Top 5 travel safety tips

travel safety tipsWe all love travelling. Some love travelling with family, some with friends and some alone. However, one thing is common between them. And that is they all need to follow a bunch of basic safety tips while travelling. Today we will be discussing about five of these basic travel safety tips. And you will read it if you are wise.

Research: Know your destination well before you visit. In this age of internet gather data is as simple as breathing. Gather as much information as you can about the place you are going to visit. Do some research on climate, health issues, natural disasters, political circumstances, crime type, and rate etc. Trust me the time that you will spend in planning and preparing your trip will never go in vein.

Other Research: Do some more research before you book a hotel. Read some reviews about the hotel. Know what people are saying about it, what is its standard, what are the safety measures that they take for their customers etc. It is very important for during those days of your vacation the hotel will be your base.

Protecting Documents: You need to plan up very carefully how to keep safe important documents. While travelling we carry a number of important documents like voter ID card, PAN card, Passport, Credit Card and Debit card etc. You can avoid carrying them with you. But while carrying them you also have the fear of snatching. Always place the documents in some secret pocket of your coat or shirt where snatchers can’t reach.

Do Not Carry Cash And Jewellery: You should not carry much cash and jewellery while you are travelling. Otherwise these may attract the snatchers risking your safety.

Smile: Always put a smile on your face. Remember you are in a new place and in the middle of all unknown people. If you are stuck anywhere they are the people whom you will need. So always be nice to people so that also can be nice to you.

These are just some basic points. Travelling safety is a huge topic which can only be learnt by travelling a lot.

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