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New Government Travel Advisories Rate Safety Levels

POSTED March 1st 2018 BY Travel Writer
Travel Advisories are always being updated by the U.S. State Department. It’s important to know which destinations are on the DO NOT TRAVEL list for your safety and security. The U.S. State Department updates destinations regularly with a Travel Advisory Level. TRAVEL ADVISORY LEVEL DETAILS                 Level 1 – Exercise Normal Precautions: This is the lowest advisory level...
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How to Hide Money on Your Body

POSTED February 28th 2018 BY Beth Williams
Proven Ideas from Experienced Travelers How to hide money on your body. Today’s money belts are not your father’s money belt. A money belt can be your most important accessory when you’re traveling, especially when visiting busy and popular tourist attractions. It is in these locations where pickpockets and thieves are most likely to target their marks. A money belt depending on its size and...
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How To Stop Burglars From Opening Your Hotel Room

POSTED February 25th 2018 BY Beth Williams
Safety and security in a hotel – 2 key elements: – a portable travel door lock for when you’re in the room – a tamper-evident hotel safe lock for securing your valuables Is your gear safe when you leave your hotel room? Secure your values while you’re away from your hotel room by using a hotel safe lock or portable travel safe. Do you sleep with...
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Secrets from Frequent Flyers: Tips and Tools You’ll Love

POSTED February 20th 2018 BY Travel Writer
Frequent flyers are always prepared for air travel. They’re on the right lists, they know the layout of airports, they own anti-theft travel gear, they use the best travel tools, and they always pack the right travel products. Here’s how you can up your travel game. FREQUENT FLYERS REGISTER FOR TSA PRECHECK AND GLOBAL ENTRY Frequent flyers join both TSA Precheck and Global Entry because they...
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How to Travel With Your Pet on a Plane

POSTED February 18th 2018 BY Travel Writer
Traveling with pets on planes is more and more common and so are the problems associated with it. So it’s vital that you plan ahead of time as much as possible and make travel decisions that first and foremost keep your pet safe and comfortable. Follow these tips for domestic air or car travel. International travel with your pet requires much more preparation. Did you know...
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How to Avoid Theft and Protect Your Valuables in Large Crowds

POSTED February 15th 2018 BY Travel Writer
There are two primary things you must do to avoid theft and protect your valuables when visiting tourist locations or encountering large crowds.  One, you need to be alert to your surroundings.  Be alert to people trying to distract with questions or performances. Children and women are equally as skillful as men are when it comes to distraction and thievery.  Distracted tourists looking at sights or talking...
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