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Going to a foreign land can become one of the most interesting experiences you’ll have in your lifetime. However, your dream trip can easily turn into a nightmare if you don’t know what you are doing. There are certain things you must do when you are traveling overseas, whether you are there for a vacation or for professional reasons. Do all these tips and you will surely have fun safely.

1. Watch out for travel alerts before going – Keeping tabs on travel alerts is vital for maintaining your safety. With so many things happening globally, the last thing you want is to get tied up with some random scrum. One of the best ways to do this is by simply staying updated with the news. This is now easier than ever, thanks to the presence of news channels and online news portals. Even governments and travel agencies post travel alerts every now and then to remind people. If you’re staying in a city centre hotel or beach-view coastal property, bad weather can ruin the entire holiday.

2. Create an itinerary – While some travelers still prefer to travel without a plan, it is not easy to do to say the least. This is especially so if you are traveling in a foreign land. If you care about your safety, it is important to create an itinerary before traveling. A detailed course of action will help you not lose your way. At the same time, you can choose to share your itinerary to someone you trust (ex: your parents, your spouse) so they will know what you plan to do and when they can or should contact you.

3. Manage your money – Controlling your money is important to ensure that you don’t get in trouble. One practical tip is to store your cash and credit card in different places. This is to ensure that you won’t end up completely ripped off in case you either lost your wallet or you became a victim of theft. Also, you can keep 2 forms of currencies while traveling: the local currency of the country you’re traveling to and any currency commonly being used worldwide (ex: Euros, US dollars)

4. Get travel insurance – The thing about traveling to another country is you’ll never know what can possibly happen once you are there. It is considered standard operating procedure nowadays to get travel insurance, especially if you’ll be doing some risky stuff. This will protect you just in case you get involved in an accident, become sick, or become a victim of a crime while you’re overseas. The working principle in insurance covers is that it’s better to be safe than sorry.

5. Make sure to keep important items safe – This goes without saying. Take for example your passport. If you lose it, you’re basically screwed. As such, it is important to make every effort to ensure such items remain secured at all times. You have to keep such items at a secure place (such as an area in your bag that’s least prone to theft). You can also keep an online copy of your documents (they do exist now) to serve as your duplicate.

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