Sugar Travels With Your Sugar Daddy

One of the greatest perks of being a sugar baby is the fact that we get to see all of these amazing sights all over the world! So to help some ladies out who might be preparing for upcoming travel with sugar daddies, or hopefuls who just want to be prepared, here are some tips that I have picked up here and there when I am about to travel to a new place for a vacation.

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Pre-Travel Care

  • Whether you are staying in the same room with your SD or having one of your own self-care is very needed.
    Depending on how long your upcoming adventure is, a little trip to get a wax might be suggested. Whether it’s to tame the kitty, or just to have legs smoother than a baby’s bottom, getting a wax is one less daily hassle to worry about when looking your best.
  • Nails and hair should be tended to also for a fully polished look. Look at the expected weather during the days of your trip so that you can plan your hair accordingly and don’t end up spending bucks on a beautiful blowout that ends up getting rained out the first night you’re there.
  • Drink plenty of water every day for at least 10 days before your trip for clearer skin.
  • MOISTURIZE! For at least a week

Packing and Checked Bags

When spending more than two nights, I highly suggest checking a bag. This allows you to have space for gifts and goodies acquired from a shopping trip.

Look up the weather for the days you are expecting to be there so that you can get a feel of the clothes to pack for the trip and cross that with your itinerary plans for the trip.

2.5 Rule-Pack two and a half outfits per day, to cover any surprise spills or last minute changes. These extra pieces should be versatile shirts and bottoms that can be used with most of your other pieces.


  • Have at least one pair of heels and a casual walking shoe.
  • For longer trips add a statement shoe that will pop against any basic outfit (LBD anyone?), a pair of flats and some snazzy sandals so that all shoes can match with at least one outfit, preferably two outfits

Carry On

Personally, I like having a carry-on, and a backpack/purse

In your carry on…

  • Pack a few basics, like clean underwear, a t-shirt and a pair of bottoms. Baggage gets lost sometimes, and at least if yours were to get lost, then you at least have a backup outfit to bide some time.
  • Make sure all liquids are under the relegated 3 fl oz limit to save yourself the time at TSA.
  • If you’re traveling on a flight for more than three hours, keep the flashy outfit towards the top of your carry on so that either before you land, or once you do you can quickly make your way to the bathroom to freshen up into a sexier outfit for daddy.
  • A printed copy of your boarding pass
  • Tablet/ Laptop
  • Keep things you won’t need over the trip (like house keys) kept away in a zipped pocket away from hand traffic so you don’t misplace them over the duration of the trip.

In your purse…

  • Keep things that are small and more than likely needed over the course of the trip…
  • Headphones
  • Phone charger
  • Phone
  • A few small ziplock bags
  • Passport/ government ID
  • A magazine/ reading pleasure
  • Spare socks
  • Chapstick/lipstick/lip gloss
  • Empty reusable water bottle
  • And anything else small and important

Getting Through Security

Personally, I think the hardest part about traveling is getting through security

Keep your outfit to something simple and comfortable. Stay away from things that a bejeweled, shoes that are hard to get out of and excessive amounts of jewelry.

  • Wear sliders or simple zip boots, and
  • Ie) My outfit of choice is always leggings, along with basic tunic, and ankle boots that slide on and off.
  • Keep your jewelry in one of the ziplock bags in your purse until after you pass TSA.
  • You’re going to be without shoes for a while, so I always have spare socks in my purse, because the thought of my feet touching the airport floor irks me to high levels.
  • Carry an empty reusable water bottle so that you are able to save yourself from getting robbed for $5 water at the airport.
  • Make sure it is empty so that you do not get pulled aside at TSA
  • Headphones with some music playing to keep you in the zone, but not too loud so you can stay updated as the lines move, and for whatever updates come from the officers are over the speakers.

Once you’ve past security it is smooth sailing from there. Check in with the important people, grab a bite to eat, if you’re above age find a bar and stay near your gate until it is time for you to board for your adventure.

Hope you enjoyed my tips! What are your sugar travel tips?