So you’ve booked a spring-break trip to Disneyland or Walt Disney World. Now you need to figure out what to bring.
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Regulars at the Magic Kingdoms maintain that packing the right items can make or break a trip. Comfortable clothes and shoes, your smartphone and a sun-shielding hat might be no-brainers, but there are other, less obvious essentials to throw into your suitcase.
Don’t wait until the last minute to order the gadgets, gear and personal-hygiene items you need, and don’t plan on buying them at a Disney gift shop unless you want to risk spending significantly more. CBS Essentials rounded up everything you should pack to enhance your trip to a Disney destination. And, if you haven’t booked your Disney vacation, check out the best packages (hotel, air and park tickets included) on Orlando Vacations.
Apple AirTag and wrist band
Even if you plan on walking the parks as a family, Apple AirTags help keep track of your kids and their belongings should they get lost. Order a watch band for each of them, so your kids can wear the GPS tracker on their wrists.
Cellar Temp AirTag wrist band, $9
Disney rolling carryon luggage
What better way to board your flight to Disney than with themed carryon luggage in tow? Whether you choose Mickey and Minnie Mouse in paradise, or a sticker-style casing featuring your favorite Star Wars characters, pack away your clothes and belongings in these hardshell luggage options, surprisingly affordable at shopDisney at less than $65.
Star Wars rolling luggage, $65
Mickey and Minnie Mouse tropical rolling luggage, $65
State Lorimer fanny pack
For those who prefer to pack light for a day at the parks, a hands-free bag can be a game-changer. This popular State bag, which regularly sells out, doubles as a fanny pack and cross-body, with enough room to hold a 12-ounce bottle