How To Use The Traveller’s Chest: BG3 (Baldur’s Gate 3)

Just like in any role-playing game, there is bound to be a lot of loot that you and your companions can get your hands on as you explore.

The only hassle is that every character has their weight limit, which later causes them to be over-encumbered and they become slower.

Thankfully, you can store your items in a chest that is at your camp, and don’t worry, you won’t need to travel back and forth to deposit items into it.

Traveler's Chest Baldur's Gate 3

What is the Traveller’s Chest?

The Traveller’s Chest is considered as the stash in Baldur’s Gate 3 and this is where you can send countless items that you have obtained along your journey.

It may seem to have a few slots at first, but this is not something you need to worry about because it has an infinite amount of space.

You can even expand the window to view more items at a time as they will appear once you have filled it up with whatever you have collected.

How To Use the Traveller’s Chest?

To open the Traveller’s Chest, all you need to do is interact with it and this will allow you to use or take items from within it.

You can even store bags with other items in them, making it easy to sort out a wide collection of items if you tend to organize things.

What is best about the Traveller’s Chest is that it can be used as a long-distance drop box, and you can send your items to it even if you are not at your camp.

How To Send Items to the Traveller’s Chest?

To send items to the Traveller’s Chest, you will need to select the item and open its menu, which is where you will be able to send it to another character or camp.

Sending the item to camp will transport it to the Traveller’s Stash and you will be able to access it at any camp that you visit.

You can even send multiple items at once, making it easy to take off loads of weight without needing to stop exploring.

Traveller’s Chest Shared Inventory

The inventory of the Traveller’s Stash is shared amongst any camp that you visit, which means if you are a camp in one region, its contents will still be there in another.

This makes it good for when you go to different areas as you do not have to travel back and forth just to get items from one location to another.

As long as you keep sending items to camp, they will always be there no matter where you decide to take a rest or go to your camp.


A role-playing game is incomplete without a place to stash your items and if you are like most of us, we tend to keep items for later.

You may have even taken a few items from the environment that you want to bring back to your camp like crates, chests, and more, which can all be sent to the Traveller’s Chest.

It is best to always send items to your camp to avoid carrying too much since you can always grab what you need whenever you rest or visit it.

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