PACKING FOR ORLANDO IN JUNE: The temperature in Orlando is usually hot with highs in the 90’s and lows around 70. It’s also when the rainy season starts, so bring the shorts, T-shirts, and swimsuits but also pack a light jacket and umbrella for the afternoon showers. Comfortable walking shoes are a must when hitting the attractions. Check our detailed list below:
CLOTHES: Be prepared for nearly any vacation with the following items. Finding pieces that can do double-duty, such as yoga pants/pajama bottoms or a dress or skirt that also works as a cover-up, will save packing space.
Flip-Flops or Sandals
Sneakers/Comfortable Walking Shoes
TOILETRIES: If you’re flying in and have a carry-on bag, you can purchase your toiletries once you arrive and save the cost of a checked bag. Most hotels have complimentary basics too. Don’t forget the sunscreen! Nothing ruins a vacation like the pain of a sunburn.
Toothbrush and Toothpaste
Hair Styling Products
Sunscreen SPF 50+
TECH GEAR: Some things we just can’t live without. Did you know that phone chargers are number one item that is forgotten when packing? Travel experts pack their chargers first.
Camera Batteries and/or Charger
Cell Phone Charger
Laptop and Charger
Large Ziploc Bags
Eye Mask/Ear Plugs
Printed Hotel Reservations
Printed Theme Park and Attraction e-Tickets
Travel Itinerary and Map
First Aid Kit
PET PACKING: If traveling with your pet, you’ll need to be prepared. Before you leave, have your pet(s) checked by their veterinarian and make sure they're microchipped in case they get away from you while you’re gone. Whether flying or driving, a pet carrier or crate is helpful for you and your fur baby. Many pets prefer their normal routines. Having their own designated space helps give them security.
Food and Water Bowls Portable (Collapsible) Bowls (for day excursions) Food in Airtight Containers Poop Scooper and Bags Extra Collar and Leash Identification Tags Medication Pet First Aid Kit Pet Bed or Blanket Dog Life Jacket (if needed)