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How to Prepare for An International Trip:

Five Tips for Inspiration

Going on an international trip is something that many of us enjoy doing. At various points in our lives, we have the opportunity to explore and immerse ourselves in different cultures, each nestled in corners of the globe we once merely dreamed about.  While our plans to travel were brought to a halt due to the pandemic, that is not to say that our desire to travel was stifled. Living vicariously through the lives of others, those who wished more than anything to travel may well have been planning their first trip internationally, ready for when borders reopen and flights resume.  With this in mind, we have compiled a helpful list of tips below, intending to inspire you on how best to prepare for an upcoming international trip. Read on for more.  Checking Validity of Your Passport: This is the crucial thing to remember when wanting to travel internationally. Long story short, you would not be able to travel out of the country if your passport is no longer valid. Millions of people could have expired passports due to not using them during the pandemic, so make sure this is something you check far enough in advance. If it is discovered your passport has expired, make sure to renew it with enough time to receive it before your holiday. Furthermore, you should also take into account any unforeseen delays to the process.  Protecting Your Holiday: While it was always essential to protect your holiday in the pre-pandemic world, this is undoubtedly worth making a note of when preparing for an upcoming international trip. Protecting yourself and those in your holiday party against injuries and accidents while also protecting yourself from financial losses is essential. Staysure offers travel insurance, which covers these instances, and a wide variety of others as well. With many policies now updated to include Coronavirus, you can rest assured that you will be sipping a cocktail on a tropical beach in no time!  Visa Requirements: Depending on where you are planning to travel to, will depend on whether you need a permit or visa of sorts to guarantee entry. Much like that of checking other essential documents required for travelling, you should check if your desired holiday location has any entry requirements that you need to meet. Popular holiday destinations, which often require a visa or permit for entry, include the likes of the United States. Ensuring this is toward the top of your to-do list before embarking on your international trip will ensure you are not faced with any logistical delays which could have been avoided.  Vaccinations and Medications: A word we feel certain many have read plenty of recently, but which plays a crucial role in protecting us from various illnesses. Once you have decided on the place that you would like to holiday, it is advised that you check whether you will need any specific vaccinations or medication before your arrival. This would further ensure that your plans are not delayed in some way. What’s more, if you take prescription medication regularly, you would want to make sure that you have enough for your trip while also taking extra if anything should happen while you are away.  Research The Place You Are Visiting: It goes without saying, but to properly plan your trip, you would need to know the types of attractions and amenities that are in your desired location. While some people may prefer to explore the area when they arrive to find activities they would like to do, having an idea of what is there beforehand would give you an idea of costs. This would enable you to budget your international trip effectively.
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How to Prepare for An International Trip: Five Tips for Inspiration Going on an international trip is something that many of us enjoy doing. At various points in our lives, we have the opportunity to explore and immerse ourselves in different cultures, each nestled in corners of the globe we once merely dreamed about.  While our plans to travel were brought to a halt due to the pandemic, that is not to say that our desire to travel was stifled. Living vicariously through the lives of others, those who wished more than anything to travel may well have been planning their first trip internationally, ready for when borders reopen and flights resume.  With this in mind, we have compiled a helpful list of tips below, intending to inspire you on how best to prepare for an upcoming international trip. Read on for more.  1. Checking Validity of Your Passport:  This is the crucial thing to remember when wanting to travel internationally. Long story short, you would not be able to travel out of the country if your passport is no longer valid. Millions of people could have expired passports  due to not using them during the pandemic, so make sure this is something you check far enough in advance. If it is discovered your passport has expired, make sure to renew it with enough time to receive it before your holiday. Furthermore, you should also take into account any unforeseen delays to the process.  2. Protecting Your Holiday: While it was always essential to protect your holiday in the pre-pandemic world, this is undoubtedly worth making a note of when preparing for an upcoming international trip. Protecting yourself and those in your holiday party against injuries and accidents while also protecting yourself from financial losses is essential. Staysure offers travel insurance, which covers these instances, and a wide variety of others as well. With many policies now updated to include Coronavirus, you can rest assured that you will be sipping a cocktail on a tropical beach in no time!  3. Visa Requirements: Depending on where you are planning to travel to, will depend on whether you need a permit or visa of sorts to guarantee entry. Much like that of checking other essential documents required for travelling, you should check if your desired holiday location has any entry requirements that you need to meet. Popular holiday destinations, which often require a visa or permit for entry, include the likes of the United States. Ensuring this is toward the top of your to-do list before embarking on your international trip will ensure you are not faced with any logistical delays which could have been avoided.  4. Vaccinations and Medications: A word we feel certain many have read plenty of recently, but which plays a crucial role in protecting us from various illnesses. Once you have decided on the place that you would like to holiday, it is advised that you check whether you will need any specific vaccinations or medication before your arrival. This would further ensure that your plans are not delayed in some way. What’s more, if you take prescription medication regularly, you would want to make sure that you have enough for your trip while also taking extra if anything should happen while you are away.  5. Research The Place You Are Visiting: It goes without saying, but to properly plan your trip, you would need to know the types of attractions and amenities that are in your desired location. While some people may prefer to explore the area when they arrive to find activities they would like to do, having an idea of what is there beforehand would give you an idea of costs. This would enable you to budget your international trip effectively.
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