Day bag

Last Updated: 4th Mar 2015

<p>More Tour and Travel Advice for: <a href="/contikipedia/articles/tour-and-travel-advice-Europe">Australia</a>, <a href="/contikipedia/articles/tour-and-travel-advice-usa-and-canada"><span class="caps">USA</span> &amp; Canada</a>, <a href="/contikipedia/articles/tour-and-travel-advice-australia">Australia</a> and <a href="/contikipedia/articles/tour-and-travel-advice-new-zealand">New Zealand</a></p> <p><img src="" class="rightwise" alt="" /></p> <p>A day bag is a bag that is big enough to fit in what you may need for a day&#8217;s sightseeing (for example a backpack, a shoulder bag, a big hand bag or a &#8216;man bag&#8217;).</p> <p>Everyone has different styles, some guys will leave the accommodation in the morning with nothing but a camera and a wallet in their pockets. Others like to be prepared for anything and will pack water bottles, umbrellas, cameras, jackets, make up, anti-bacterial wipes, pens, notes, diaries, maps, postcards, cell phones and almost anything and everything else they need into a day bag.</p> <p>The size of a day bag, if you choose to use one, is entirely dependent on your personal style and what you choose to take out with you on your days in the cities.</p> <p>Some tours also use <a href="/contikipedia/articles/overnight-bag">overnight bags</a> and you day bag can also double as your overnight bag.</p>