- Carry your passport copies just for the case you are stuck at the border in some unknown country and further denied entry in your home country after premium travel. Make two copies of your passport ID page with your Picture, DOB and other details. It would be even better if you can give one copy to someone you trust like a Friend, Family member or anyone to contact in need.
- We all have our airplane tickets online but one should not delete those mails in any manner. Just in case you’ve lost your email so give them your passport number with the name to get the reconfirmation and get out of the mess. Better to email the necessary files to yourself. If you find a lost passport, you are requested to return it the U.S. Department of State at this address.
U.S. Department of State
Consular Lost/Stolen Passport Section
1111 19th Street, NW, Suite 500
Washington, DC 20036
- It would be highly recommended to buy a small backpack for yourself as we humans have a natural tendency to fill up the extra space too whether we need them or not.
- Disasters never knocks your door by informing so having an extra bank or credit card with you does not really makes you stuck anywhere.
- On a personal level, wandering to a city purposefully is always good so try to get lost for some time using Google maps.
- If you want to really explore a new place then visiting to the local tourism office is a good option though as they can let you know about the free activities, special events and happenings around the stay at very reasonable rates.
- The golden rule of the thumb is carrying amount you can easily recover or ask for some help from our personal travel concierge
- Take an extra lock with you to lock your stuff up.
- Learn some extra phrases of the native language to make the interaction as well as trip easier.
- There is an easy way to book flights cheaper by booking in advance before 2-3 months.
- Take your charger or power strip along with to charge multiple devices.
- Travel insurance is a must to get keep yourself safe from any misfortune.
- Make sure you are keeping everything important in your daypack like an external hard drive, passport, camera, spare cash, laptop and credit card.