Tag: travel protection

Patagonia, South America

7 Things to Do Before Traveling Abroad

Taking a trip to an international destination can be one of the most exciting and exhilarating things you’ll ever do. The sights, experiences, and people you meet can be life changing and create memories that last a lifetime. But traveling abroad can also be intimidating, especially if you’re an international travel novice. A good checklist […]

Credit card, travel

What to do Before Leaving the Country

You can hear me singing my lungs out every time I head off to explore another foreign country! I’m always so excited in fact that there have been times when I have forgotten key things that could have saved me time and avoided stress if I had only remembered them. Learning through experience, I’ve now […]

Patagonia, South America

What to Ask: Purchasing Travel Protection

Purchasing travel protection is highly recommended when going on vacation, even when there is no foreseeable obstacle in the future. However, travel protection policies are not created equal. So how do you know what you are purchasing? Is it going to cover everything you can think of and more? Here are 3 questions to ask […]

flight deals, airplane

5 Ultimate Travel Preparation Tips

How you prepare for your vacation can either make or break your holiday. While there are many health tips, packing tips, booking tips, and more roaming around on the internet, I have come up with 5 ULTIMATE preparation tips that will not only save you time, but money as well. Be Familiar with your Travel […]

Carnival, cruise

The Untouched Islands

Still wanting to go the Caribbean? Well, you still can! The Caribbean islands cover a vast distance. So while islands such as Puerto Rico, St. Marteen, Turks and Caicos as well as some other islands are in the process of being rebuilt and restored from the recent hurricanes, you can still go on vacation to […]

Hurricane

Traveling During Hurricane Season!

You’re planning the perfect Cancun all-inclusive vacation, but you’re worried because it’s hurricane season.  What should you do? Hurricane season officially runs from June 1 – November 30 in Mexico and the Caribbean.  Peak months are September through early October. Statistics show that when traveling during hurricane season, you will most likely enjoy a sunny […]

Credit card, travel

Savvy Traveler Tip: Credit Card Usage

I can’t believe I’m saying this, but using a credit card for vacation purposes is actually a pretty good idea. I’ve learned that you should NEVER use a debit card on any trip you take, for if your card becomes compromised, your checking account can be drained in an instance. Besides, I’m all about vacation […]

Carnival, cruise

Top 5 Cruise Tips

Going on a cruise? Whether it is your first, third, tenth, or billionth time going on a cruise, the following 5 tips will help you have a successful cruise vacation. 1. Passports If your cruise ship starts and ends in the same U.S. port, but stops at ports located in other countries, do you still […]

You Don’t Need Travel Protection if…

…you don’t travel; just like you don’t need car insurance if you don’t drive. Although we can’t control luggage getting lost or stop a family member from having a medical emergency during vacation, having travel insurance decreases out of pocket expenses and the hassle it will take to solve unplanned events. Problems during vacation take […]

Why Have a Passport and Travel Insurance?

True:  You do not need to have a passport if you are going on a cruise that starts and ends in the  same United States port.  A certified birth certificate will suffice for a roundtrip Seattle cruise to Alaska (even though you’ll be stopping in several Canadian ports), a rountrip Long Beach cruise to the […]

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