30 Travel Finds Under $20 For Plus Size Travelers

Since we’ve already revealed our 10 Plus Size Approved Travel Must-Haves we wanted to share our list of travel essentials that will help make any adventure easier. The best part, everything on this list is under $20. So you can travel abroad without breaking the bank.

Beauty Basics

This All-In-One Travel and Portable Razor $17.99 will keep you looking and feeling smooth while you travel.

Gam graze begone with this Chub Rub Relief $12.99.

Use Eco-Friendly Hair Shampoo Bars $15.50 and there’s no need to worry about having to check luggage. Not to mention your clothes and valuables getting soaked accidentally.

Keep your bum clean with this Personal Travel Bidet $9.50.

This Sleeping Beauty Spray Mini $9.99 will help you get your beauty rest.

Use these DUDE Wipes Flushable Wet Wipes and Travel Wipes $10.72 after a long flight. The Travel Wipes are perfect if you’re traveling in a country where you have to BYOTP.

In-Flight Favorites

This Multi-purpose Travel Passport Wallet $15.99 holds your passport, credit cards, cash and more! Don’t fumble around looking for your passport and boarding pass. Keep them safe and all in one place.

With this USB Heating Lavender Steam Eye Mask $19.99 you can have an in-flight spa treatment!

If you prefer a classic Sleep Mask $9.99 opt for this silk one.

Who needs earplugs when you can have these Sleep Headphones $17.97?

Walk off the plane looking rested and refreshed with this evian Natural Mineral Water Facial Spray Duo $15.


Keep all of your tech toys in working order with the Travel Electronics Organizer $11.69.

This cool Surge Protector With 4 Pivoting AC Outlets & 2 USB Ports $19.99 can replace your basic power strip.

No matter where you go in the world, this Universal World Wide Travel Adapter Plug $7.79 will keep all of your tech toys charged. 

Packing Assistance

Compression Packing Cubes $19.99 are packing cubes but better. There is a second zipper that you can use to compress the cube even more so you can travel light.

Don’t dirty your clothes with your shoes. Use these Travel Shoe Bags $11.88 when you travel.

Clear Travel Toiletry Bags $11.99 are essential because you know exactly what’s in each of them. Which will make getting ready a breeze.

Know before you go with this Luggage Scale $9.99. There’s nothing worse than unexpected baggage fees, this handy scale will help keep your packing in check.

A helpful Mesh Hanging Organizer and Bath Caddy $5.99 will keep all of your toiletries at the ready. This will be especially helpful if you’re hostel-hopping.

Hiking Must-Haves

This Personal Water Filter $14.99 allows you to stay hydrated no matter how questionable your nearest water source. 

Cool down quickly with this Instant Cooling Towel $6.95. It’s perfect for hiking or even walking in hot and humid locations.

This TripWorthy Compact First Aid Kit $17.97 helps makes sure you’re ready in case of a medical emergency.

Large Microfiber Travel Beach Towel $19.99 can be used if you’re at the beach, on a water excursion and as a replacement to those often too tiny hotel towels.

Wardrobe Essentials

A spill or two is to be expected, but these Bleach Pens and Stain Fighter Pens for Colors $11.44 prevent and remove stains. So your travel wardrobe will continue to look so fresh and so clean. 

Accessories can complete a look, if you can find them! This Jewelry Travel Case $15.99 helps you keep your bling organized and easy to find.

Linen, cotton, and silk are great warm weather fabric options. They also wrinkle incredibly easily. This Portable Travel Garment Steamer $19.99 will help keep your travel wardrobe wrinkle-free!

“There are so many hangers in this hotel closet!” said no one ever. These Portable Folding Clothes Hangers $9.77 allow you to hang more without taking up much luggage space.

Are there any items you think we should add to this list? Let us know in the comments.

30 Travel Finds Under $20 For Plus Size Travelers

Annette Richmond

Annette Richmond is an award-winning content creator, travel writer, public speaker and advocate. Richmond is an immigrant that splits her time between Mexico and the United States. The creator of the fat positive travel community Fat Girls Traveling is a native Californian. Annette got her start in the fashion industry working in trend forecasting and public relations. Her love for travel inspired her to start Fat Girls Traveling in 2017 which is where she and Amanda met. When she's not creating diverse travel, fashion, and beauty content for The Fat Girls Guide she is hosting Fat Camp retreats and fat positive tours. In her spare time you can find her speaking publicly and writing articles promoting diversity and inclusivity, recording her new podcast, or sipping a margarita on the beach. Richmond hopes to continue to inspire other marginalized people to see the world and be seen.

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