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The Ultimate Travel Checklist For Business Travelers

The Ultimate Travel Checklist For Business Travelers 1

If you’re a business traveller, whether you’re going out of town or within your own city, it can be overwhelming to have to try and get everything done while on the road. This checklist will help keep you organised, eliminate distractions, and make sure that you don’t forget anything important on your next trip.


One of the most important parts of the packing process is to make sure you have your essentials, such as a toothbrush and toothpaste, but also things that are either difficult to find abroad or are required by law in your destination. These include a valid passport (or passport card), money, and identification papers. If you know you’ll need access to a laptop or other electronics while travelling, it’s best to pack these in your carry-on bag so that they’re with you at all times.


A well-prepared traveller is more likely to have a smooth, enjoyable experience. There are several things you can do to prepare yourself before your trip.

  •  Make sure your passport is valid and up-to-date.
  •  Fill out an ESTA form if you’re going to the United States.
  • Make sure you have tags on your luggage.

At the Airport

If you are flying, be sure to check-in online and use the self-check-in kiosks. This will allow you to skip the line at the ticket counter and get right in line at security. You should also arrive three hours before departure if you are travelling internationally or two hours if departing domestically to allow time for parking, checking your bags, and going through security.

On the Plane

Always wear your seatbelt and never recline the seat in front of you. Turn off all electronics, including your phone, when the pilot instructs you to do so.

In the Hotel

Check in and get your room key. Put your luggage in the room and unpack . Clean up the room and leave it as you found it.

Dealing with Jet Lag

Jet lag is a very real thing that can be difficult to deal with, but there are some ways to make it more manageable. Here are some jet lag tips:

– Try to fly during the day when possible. It’s easier to sleep when you’re tired and you won’t lose any time adjusting.

– Don’t drink alcohol before or during your flight because this will only worsen the effects of jet lag on your body. 

– Avoid caffeine in the days leading up to your trip and while travelling as well. Caffeine has been shown to disrupt the natural production of melatonin which may interfere with your ability to adjust.

Return trip

Boracay airport transfer is an important consideration when planning a trip. Boracay Airport offers scheduled flights to Manila and Cebu.

There are several options to get from Boracay Airport to your hotel or villa: you can take a taxi, rent a car, or hire a private car service. Taxi fares are more expensive but often more convenient than renting cars because the driver will have your name and destination on hand.

Many hotels offer complimentary airport transfers.

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