Vacation Safety Tips

12 Most Trusted Vacation Safety Tips

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12 Most Trusted Vacation Safety Tips

Know that predators are out there waiting for the right person don’t be the easy target.  These Vacation Saftey Tips will help keep you from being an easy target just by looking or acting like a tourist. Dress as if you are a local some of the locals do take pictures so cameras are fine as long as your body language doesn’t say, “I’m lost”.

Don’t

  • Announce on social media that you will be out of town. Address and personal information are too easy to find. This will make your home vulnerable to a robbery.

Do

  • Give your itinerary to a close friend or relative. Request them or a neighbor to stop in to take your trash to the curb or move the car that you have parked in the driveway. Lights on timers can be a good idea to have staged at night.

 

Don’t

  • Do anything to stand out. Body language or dress may make you a target. Don’t look touristy.

Do

  • Be aware of who is around you or if someone may be paying too much attention to you. Be on alert.

Vacation Safety Tips

Don’t

  • Look like you have something that they could want. Thieves come in many forms children, sweet little old ladies, hotel employees, tour bus drivers…unfortunately, it could be anybody.

Do

  • Lock up any valuables or important travel documents. Keep a copy of travel documents on you and the original ones locked in in your safe. Leave your expensive jewelry at home.

Don’t

  • Show your wad of cash. Don’t put cash or wallet or in your back pocket because many pickpockets are as good as a magician. Be discreet and keep cash safely concealed.

Do

  • Divide your cash up into different locations. If everything is in your purse and it gets stolen or misplaced your vacation is over. Place some in your bag, some on your person, lock some up in your room safe.

Vacation Safety Tips

Don’t

  • Travel in a non-tourist or high crime area at night. It’s easy to find trouble in the evening because in the darkness people can wait shadows and corridors and you won’t see them until you are right there next to them.

Do

  • Be aware of your surroundings always be on alert at all times and do research the areas that you plan to visit before going. You want to look at the crime stats for type and level of how often it happens.

Don’t

  • Assume that everyone is honest. Be prepared for friendly, professional and honest looking thieves. Sometimes there will even be people working as a team. Beware if someone is trying to grabyour attention.

Do

  • Check reviews if you’re in an unfamiliar place, some tours may be safer in a group rather than on your own.

*No matter where you are for a smooth worry free vacation it’s always a good idea to be prepared for anything when it comes to your Travel Safety and Security*

More than ever Travel Safety is important no matter where you go. Reply below if you found this helpful or if you’d like to share any vacation Safety Tips

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