Plan it israel has prepared a list of things to pack while traveling on a Kosher Trip and stay cool during your vacation.

When you feel ready and organized for your holiday, you can be sure it will be fantastic. Creating a packing checklist is the greatest approach to remain organized. This is for you if you’re not sure where to begin!

Plan it israel has prepared some tips and ideas to help you pack your bags and stay cool and calm before and during your Kosher vacations.

Feel free to select the options that suit you best. Have a safe trip!


While on a Kosher vacations, make your life easier by carrying kosher snacks that are easy to
pack. Nuts, both fresh and dried fruits (like nectarines, plums, dried apricots, cranberries, or
raisins), along with vegetables such as baby carrots, cherry tomatoes, red pepper strips, and
mini cucumbers – all stored in Ziploc bags. Don’t forget a hummus container for dipping, string
cheese, mini muffins, granola bars, chips,popcorn and crackers. And for a sweet touch, classic
favorites like chocolate chip or oatmeal cookies are great options.


The ideal size is travel-sized. Look for toothpaste, body wash, conditioner, and shampoo in travel-sized containers. If you’re going somewhere you’re not sure will have them, make sure to pack mouthwash and pre-cut toilet paper for Shabbos.


If you’re under medication, before packing make sure you have enough to last you through out
your trip. Also, remember to pack pain relievers such as Advil and Tylenol. Don’t
forget to bring essential medical equipment like insulin or inhalers, if needed.

Games and Toys

For the long flights and car rides pack some books and games your kids like to keep them busy.
Tip: For younger babies bring a new toy or toys they didn’t play with for a while, it might just
keep them busy for longer.

Portable Kitchen

If you’re renting a non-Kosher vacation rentals, consider preparing a “vacation box” with
budget-friendly kitchen essentials. Pack items like a low-cost crockpot, electric grill, and toaster
oven. Additionally, disposable barbecues are reasonably priced and perfect for cooking a variety
of foods like burgers, chicken, steak, hot dogs, fish, and vegetables. If you’re staying in a
Kosher rentals everything will be provided there

Cold Meals

Prepare an insulated bag with freezer packs to maintain the freshness of your food during your
Kosher vacations. Pack simple options like cream cheese bagels, salmon/tuna salad, or
sandwiches such as cheese, chopped egg, or peanut butter. Deli sandwiches are a great choice
for a filling meal, while sliced turkey or chicken are the healthier alternatives. Freeze juice boxes
or concentrated juice containers to serve as ice packs that can later be enjoyed as they defrost.
Remember to pack napkins and wipes for easy cleanup.

Sunscreen and Other Necessities

Include items like sunscreen, bathing suits, enough clothes, a cap and any other personal
essentials at your Kosher vacations.

Siddurim and more

Pack a Siddur and, specifically, Tehillim for long car rides or when you have some spare time.
Men and boys, don’t forget to pack your Talis and tefillin, and an extra pair of Tzitzis.

Pack all of your necessary Shabbos clothing, mouthwash, and extra cut toilet paper or tissues in case you have to travel during the holiday. Make sure you have Kiddush cups and candles, or know of a nearby store where you may pick up some of these necessities, if you’re staying in a rental. Bring along bring toys and books to keep your children occupied.

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Cash and Payment Methods

If you’re traveling to another country on your vacation, always make sure you have some cash,
for example in Israel, many cab drivers take cash only and you don’t want to get stuck.
Keep the cash separate from your regular wallet, in case of emergency situations where credit
card options aren’t accessible.

Passports and Travel Documents

When you travel abroad, your passport serves as your primary form of identity. Make sure it has all the required visas and is valid for the duration of your trip. Keep a copy of your vacation itinerary, which should include all of your hotel and tour or activity reservations as well as airline information. You may require medical records, travel insurance documentation, or other pertinent information, depending on where you’re going. Make sure that these documents are easily accessible and well-organized.


Whether you’re setting off for a short weekend getaway or a longer vacation, this list of items
will help you make your own vacation checklist. By taking expertise of professional jewish tours in israel like Plan it israel, you can ensure of these essential items on hand & can fully concentrate on unwinding on your Kosher vacations.

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Published September 11, 2023

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