5 Things to Know About Traveling Out of the Country
One of our favorite types of travel is international. Throughout our years of seeing the world, We’ve learned a thing or two about what makes a trip smooth and the most enjoyable. In this post we’re sharing with you the 5 things you should know about traveling out of the country.
1. Take small bills with you.
This one applies to all travel, but especially international. Small bills make tipping waiters and cab drivers so much easier. It’s also nice to know that if you lose one bill that hopefully it was just a $5 bill instead of a $100.
2. Keep the paperwork that they give you for customers forms, etc.
You never know when you’ll need these. An easy way to keep track of them is to keep them in your passport. Having peace of mind that everything is all together makes for a stress-free vacation.
3. Don’t wander into non-tourist areas without a guide or someone you know.
There are so many ways to get the true explorer’s experience without getting yourself into a situation you wish you hadn’t been a apart of. While we would love to tell you that every location is free of crime or bad areas, reality is it’s safer to stay where the tourists are.
4. Get global entry or mobile passport.
This is something that not everyone knows about but will save you so much time and hassle in the long run.
5. Give a copy of your important contacts and docs to your travel agent.
You Northcutt Travel Agent is on-call 24/7. In the event of an emergency it’s best that we have access to your important contacts to help you out the best we can.
Getting to travel the world is such a magical experience. We hope that with these 5 tips you’ll be ensured the best trip ever.
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