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We built this list of incredible gear with one goal in mind - helping you comfortably navigate the globe. Below you will find all of our favorite stuff we take with us on trips, be it a quick weekend getaway or an ambitious yearlong trip around the world. Are we missing any of your "must-have" gear? Please let us know!
As you move from city to city or from the hostel to the beach - you are going to need several different types of bags to easily carry all of the essentials around with you.
Sometimes, it's all about the little things. The $5 cord to connect your iPod to the bus cruising into the outback blaring "Do you come from a land down under"?
Worrying about your favorite gear back at the hostel while you are mixing with a group of locals at a rocking street party is no way to spend any trip abroad.
For many, staying connected abroad is not an option. It's a lot easier to update your blog or share your pictures with friends and family if you travel with your own silicon chips.
Unfortunately, memories slowly fade and experiences are soon forgotten. Luckily photography captures everything you see and allows you to share it immediately and for an eternity.
No longer used just to accept a call from home or meet up with a local, phones can now be used for portable photography, maps, guidebooks, wifi and so much more!
When you don't have a huge closet, nor a laundry machine down the hall and your week involves hiking the Inca Trail - your clothing needs to be multi-functional and high tech.
Walk on a hot Brazilian Beach. Hike to Everest Base Camp. Stroll around Manhattan. Shoes for the hot dinner date with the local tour guide you met this morning - check.
Need a pack that you won't always have to check, but still holds a ton of gear for your adventures? The Osprey Atmos has your back!
While traveling, your backpack is much more than a place to stash your clothing. If you're looking to pack extra gear - choose the Aether.
Don't let the smaller size fool you, we've met plenty of women on the road who are able to easily live out of this bag for months at a time.
With enough space for your full makeup kit and a modest collection of stilettos, this pack is for those who want to have the conveniences from home on the road with you.
To stress or not to stress? That is the question. When traveling, your clothes should be last on your "worry list" - a clothing organizer is your answer.
Don't make yourself an "outcast." Stay "so fresh and so clean, clean…" with a handy bathroom kit readily available and accessible!
After trekking the Tongariro Alpine, the last thing you'll want is your roughed-up kicks dirtying up your fresh threads.  Use this bag to help accommodate both your shoes and their "gunk."
Like a well-kept secret, dirty clothes need to be as contained and suppressed as possible. Give yourself some "space," and use this air removal bag for all your "dirty little secrets."
You will need a sturdy bag to keep your personal belongings and valuables close.  It will also double as your day bag while touring. This product is "kid-tested, Brad & Will approved."
"Lookin' good, Mr. Kata!" This all-inclusive bag can hold everything from camera gear, a laptop, and all your other electronics you have lying around, with no place to go.
Need a small, compact, and light day bag to stuff in your pack and use for all of your daily adventures? Know which day bag to buy, and stick with REI.
Waterproof all of your valuables with this small dry sack, and leave any of your worries and "deep sea blues"  behind.
For your larger and heftier valuables, bring along this large dry sack and keep them protected from the elements, so that the only "most important" valuable you have to worry about is yourself!
For all of those times you want to explore a foregin city without feeling like a foreigner, it is amazing how a simple bag completely changes your demeanor.
The Top 100 Places in the World
1 Great Wall of China
2 Pyramids of Egypt
3 Machu Picchu
4 Serengeti Migration
5 Galapagos Islands
6 Grand Canyon
7 Angkor Temples
8 Antarctica Cruise
9 Taj Mahal
10 Iguazu Falls
11 Amazon Rain Forest
12 Great Barrier Reef
13 Bora Bora
14 Victoria Falls
15 Bagan
16 Petra
17 Potala Palace
18 Karnak
19 Mt Everest
20 Cappadocia
21 St Peters Basilica
22 Fjords of Norway
23 Jerusalem Old City
24 Burj Khalifa
25 Borobudur
26 Forbidden City
27 Kashmir Valley
28 Li River Cruise
29 Ladakh
30 Alhambra
31 Louvre Museum
32 Perito Moreno Glac.
33 Banaue Terraces
34 Colosseum of Rome
35 Easter Island
36 Venice Canals/Alleys
37 Kathmandu Valley
38 Wat Phra Kaew
39 Yellowstone NP
40 Pompeii
41 Rio Panoramic View
42 Palace of Versailles
43 Dubrovnik
44 Golden Temple
45 St. Basils Cathedral
46 Vatican Museum
47 Florence Cityscape
48 Acropolis
49 Amalfi Coast Drive
50 Kremlin
51 Hong Kong View
52 TerraCotta Warriors
53 Mezquita Cordoba
54 Chichen Itza
55 Damascus Old City
56 Shwedagon Stupa
57 Sahara Desert
58 Mont St Michel
59 St. Marks Square
60 Egyptian Museum
61 Hagia Sophia
62 Angel Falls
63 Delphi
64 Teotihuacan
65 Baalbek
66 Banff NP
67 Santorini
68 Matterhorn
69 New York Skyline
70 Neuschwanstein
71 Chartres Cathedral
72 British Museum
73 Prague Old Town
74 Burj al Arab
75 Yangtze River Cruise
76 Yosemite NP
77 Hermitage Museum
78 Torres del Paine
79 Chambord Chateau
80 Lijiang
81 Portofino
82 Great Ocean Road
83 Tongariro Alpine
84 Las Vegas Strip
85 Tikal
86 Topkapi Palace
87 Sydney Opera House
88 Eiffel Tower
89 Luxor Temple
90 Kerala Backwaters
91 Golden Gate Bridge
92 Cinque Terre
93 Metropolitan Mus
94 Uffizi Gallery
95 Ayers Rock
96 Cliffs of Moher
97 Pacific Coast Hwy
98 Shanghai Skyline
99 Glacier Bay NP
100 Wulingyuan
Cappadocia  Cappadocia, Turkey
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