Hey! Are you also planning to leave for Canada? Or travel to Canada? Before leaving for Canada, you out to make sure that you have tall the things as per the requirement. This will help you to stay carefree during the whole time. And we have made the list easier for you. You just need to check and cross out the things and keep adding them.

Once you’ve ticked off these twelve elements on your checklist, you’ll be ready to study in Canada as an international student or even for a fantastic travel. Choosing to study abroad is a life-changing decision, and we’re here to help you every step of the way.

  • Prior LEAVING!
  • Examine the dates on your passport that are about to expire.
  • Purchase travel insurance (cancellation, luggage, medical, civil liability)
  • Request that someone come to your home once a week (to water the plants, etc.)
  • Make preparations for your pets.
  • Have your mail held for you.
  • Remove all of the food from the refrigerator.
  • Disconnect all electrical appliances.
  • Lock the doors and windows.
  • Turn off the water supply , Reduce the heat.
  • Official records (passports, driver’s licenses, etc.) should be photocopied.
  • Charge the batteries in your camera, video camera, phone, tablet, and other electronic devices.
  • Manuscripts.
  • Electronic Travel Authorization for Passports (ETA).
  • Insurance proof (medical, luggage, and civil liability).
  • A valid driver’s license, as well as an international driver’s license, are required.
  • Card (credit/debit) , Amount of money (Canadian dollars).
  • Vouchers can be exchanged, and reservations can be made (where applicable).
  • Tickets for flights (round-trip).
  • loved ones’ phone numbers and addresses (for postcards).
  • pamphlet on health (or vaccination booklet).
  • In the event of an emergency, who should I contact? (contact info).
  • Read a travel guide or a book, Pen.
  • Clothing that is cool (shorts, t-shirts, tank tops, dresses, etc.)
  • Warm clothing (jeans, pants, sweatshirts, etc.)
  • Sandals / Shoes
  • Sweatshirt (polar fleece or wool)
  • Windcheater / Raincoat
  • Tuque / Sun Ha
  • Scarf , Pyjamas
  • Towels/Swim suit
  • ACCESSORIES
  • Wheels on the suitcase
  • Pack a bag (for day trips)
  • Sunglasses , Snacks , Bottle of water
  • Adapter/Converter (electric)
  • Cellphone , Charger and camera
  • Selfie stick/tripod
  • Memory stick , Hairdryer
  • Ziploc bags are great for storing items (to protect electronics).
  • Bags for garbage (dirty clothing).
  • Playlist / Music
  • Earplugs and a travel pillow (airplane)
  • Car seat for a child.
  • For infants, there is a diaper bag (diapers, changing mat, wipes, cream, bottles, toys, etc.).
  1. TOILETRIES
      • Shampoo and soap
      • Toothpaste Toothbrush
      • Antiperspirant/ Deodorant
      • sanitary napkins/tampons
      • Shaving cream + razor (or electric razor)
      • Comb / Hairbrush
      • Nail clipper/nail file
      • Body lotion that hydrates the skin
      • Make-up bag
      • Hair barrettes / elastics
      • Tweezers
      • Hand-held mirror
      • Contact lenses / Glasses
      • Tissues of the face
      • Sunscreen
      • Repellent for insects (DEET-based)
      • Aspirin is a pain reliever (or other painkillers)
      • Condoms / contraceptive tablets
      • Medicines for personal use
      • Balm for the lips
      • Hand sanitizer is a product that is used to disinfect the hands.

  2. IN YOUR LUGGAGE
    • Bring the following goods with you on board in your backpack:
    • Passports
    • Authorization for Travel by Electronic Means
    • Wallet (driver’s license, debit/credit cards, Canadian currency, and so on).
    • Travel insurance proof
    • Vouchers are traded (where applicable)
    • Ticket to fly
    • Read a travel guide or a book
    • Pen
    • Snacks and a bottle of water
    • Toothpaste / Toothbrush
    • Deodorant
    • sanitary napkins/tampons
    • Tissues of the face
    • Aspirin is a pain reliever (or other pain medication)
    • Medication for personal use
    • Sweatshirt (polar fleece or wool)
    • Video camera/camera
    • cellular phone

    3. Pack for FIRST AID

    • Germicidal Moleskin for Blisters
    • Sticky dressings are a type of bandage that adheres to the skin
    • Thermometers
    • Medications for motion sickness
    • Medications to treat diarrhea
    • Aloe vera gel is used to treat sunburn.

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