There are locations that are known for a daily shower or summer storms. Pack accordingly so that the rain does not ruin your trip and create unnecessary hubbub trying to figure out plan B everyday. Consider packing plastic ponchos (they take up virtually no space so pack a few of them), an umbrella, and lightweight rain jacket with a hood. They make rain shoes as well that feel like tennis or hiking shoes and are quite comfortable – I bought a pair when taking a vacation to Niagara Falls because you walk through quite a bit of water and it can easily rain. Consider packing a waterproof disposable camera too as you may get some good pictures, even in the rain.
Tip 25: #Crowdsource tip time! What are your favorite travel shoes?
We’re now a quarter of the way through #100days100traveltips and we’d like your help! What shoes are your favorite to pack for a trip? Whether it be form or function, what do you suggest to fellow travelers? Comment here to share your ideas!