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The 5 Best Ways to See Europe Not Shown in the Guidebooks

Posted by on Aug 15, 2014 in Money and Travel, Only The Best, Travel and Health, Travel Europe, Travel Insurance, Travel Tips | Comments Off on The 5 Best Ways to See Europe Not Shown in the Guidebooks

Europe is an exciting and diverse tourist destination that never disappoints. With so many countries offering vastly different cultural experiences, hopping from country to country is an effective way to make the most of your precious vacation time. Many tourists choose tour buses or discount airlines to get around. However, there’s a better way. Here are the most scenic and adventurous ways to travel around Europe that you won’t find in your trusty guidebook.

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Preparing a First Aid Kit for Traveling Abroad

Posted by on Jan 9, 2014 in Money and Travel, Travel and Health, Travel Insurance, Travel Tips | 1 comment

You will always need a first aid kit for traveling. However, not all first aid kits are the same. When working out what to carry, you will have to take care of the destination, how long you are planning to stay there and the number of people you are taking with you. Health insurance is the most important part of any medical kit: You have to ensure that you have enough medical cover for yourself and the people coming with you. Apart from that ensure that; ensure that your first aid kit addresses the following.

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How to Stay Healthy on the Road – 8 Things Must Avoid

Posted by on Jan 3, 2014 in Travel Insurance, Travel Resources, Travel Styles, Travel Tips | Comments Off on How to Stay Healthy on the Road – 8 Things Must Avoid

If you are a fan of travelling, then I’m sure illnesses and diseases while travelling is the last thing that you would want to happen to you while you’re out on your outing. The fact that you are visiting a new country means that there are a variety of complications that your body may not be accustomed to and thus you may easily fall sick. However, there are some things that you could avoid to help reduce the chances of not falling sick. Here are some of the Don’ts that you should consider.

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The 6 Most Common Illnesses While Traveling – Avoid Them

Posted by on Dec 26, 2013 in Travel and Health, Travel Insurance, Travel Resources, Travel Styles, Travel Tips | Comments Off on The 6 Most Common Illnesses While Traveling – Avoid Them

While travelling to foreign countries is a thrilling experience full of fun and adventure, travellers can easily fall ill as a result of exposure to different environments and climatic conditions. Illnesses often completely spoil the traveller’s mood and desire for exploration making them bored and lazy. On the other hand, a healthy travel experience is satisfying and renewing. Extended illnesses will spoil your whole mission and hence you not only become a burden to your fellow travellers but also end up wasting your money and time. 90% of the illnesses that a traveller could face are both preventable and curable. Here are the 6 most common travel illnesses and how to avoid them.

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10 Tips You Should Know When You Are Travelling Alone

Posted by on Mar 5, 2013 in Accommodations, Extreme Travel, Money and Travel, Outdoor Travel, Transportation, Travel and Health, Travel Insurance, Travel Resources, Travel Tips | Comments Off on 10 Tips You Should Know When You Are Travelling Alone

Traveling alone can be both exciting and scary. Traveling alone can allow you to do exactly what you want on your adventure, but tourist should understand the danger that comes with this luxury. Scam artist are everywhere and ready to take advantage of clueless travelers. Follow these ten tips to ensure that your adventure is not only safe, but also affordable and fun.

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Know How to Select Travel Insurance

Posted by on Oct 6, 2012 in Budget Travel, Travel Insurance, Travel Resources, Travel Styles, Travel Tips | Comments Off on Know How to Select Travel Insurance

It is always advisable that, prior to purchasing your travel insurance plan, you do the necessary research. Since it is most likely that you have a homeowner’s insurance plan, you’ll need to look into its coverage scheme and find out if it covers, for example, misplaced or stolen belongings during travel. But that is not to suggest that travel insurance would be redundant in any way. In fact, incidents related to travel such as cancellation do not come under your homeowner’s insurance plan. Also, your state-provided health insurance will not be covering any of your expenses if you’re required to seek medical attention abroad.

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