Traveling can be stressful and expensive, but it doesn’t have to be. With these Hunter insurance travel guide tips, you’ll be able to save money and stress so you can enjoy your vacation more! And all it takes is just a little bit of planning before you head out the door.
Researching before you go is the most important step when it comes to saving money and time. You should research the country’s customs, currency, tipping etiquette, what is legal or illegal, weather conditions, etc. This will help you avoid any surprises or costly mistakes. The last thing you want is to get a speeding ticket in a foreign country where the punishment is much more severe than back home. If you are driving abroad, be sure that you have adequate coverage through Hunter insurance so that if anything happens (or even if it doesn’t) they can help with replacing rental cars, hotels or flights as well as providing medical expenses for any injuries sustained while abroad.
Purchase travel insurance
We know that sometimes a little bit of downtime can be good for you, so going on vacation is great. However, it can also cost you a lot of money if you’re not careful. To help keep your costs down, we recommend looking into buying travel insurance before jetting off. With Hunter Insurance’s Travel Protection Plan, you’ll get protection for unexpected cancellations or interruptions in your journey due to illness or injury as well as important emergency services like medical evacuation and repatriation. This means that if something were to happen while you’re away from home, Hunter Insurance will take care of the costs related to getting you back home safe and sound.
Get your documents in order
Get copies of your passport, driver’s license, birth certificate, credit card. Keep them in a separate folder or even in the cloud with Dropbox or Google Drive so you can access them quickly if needed. If you’re travelling with children, make sure they have their own identification as well. Be sure to have a valid visa for the country you are going to visit (you can check before you go). Contact your bank before leaving the country and let them know where you will be travelling so they don’t block any transactions because it looks like fraud. Registering with Hunter Insurance while abroad will give you peace of mind knowing that if anything happens while travelling abroad, Hunter Insurance has got you covered.
Make a packing list
Learn how to pack light for your next trip with the Hunter insurance travel packing list. You can save a lot of space and weight by just packing clothes that can be mixed and matched, like solid colored shirts, dressy tops, skirts, jeans, sweaters or t-shirts. Toiletries like shampoo, deodorant, toothpaste and toothbrush should be in a small bag with other personal items like camera or phone chargers. Pack snacks too so you don’t have to buy them at the airport or pay outrageous prices at the hotel. And don’t forget liquids in containers that are 3.4 ounces or less!
Familiarize yourself with your destination
Planning a vacation can be exciting, but it can also bring about some worries. For instance, who will get you out of a sticky situation if something goes wrong? That’s where Hunter Insurance comes in. Hunter Insurance has been helping travelers get the most out of their trips for over 100 years, with an unmatched level of service, claims responsiveness and customer satisfaction. To learn more about how they can help you plan your next trip, read our Hunter Insurance travel guide below.
Stay safe while you’re traveling
You’re in a foreign country with a language you don’t know, eating foods you’ve never tasted before, and trying out things you’ve never done before. It can be hard to know how safe it is to try something new. Hunter Insurance has compiled a list of travel tips so that your vacation will be as fun and safe as possible. Hunter insurance
Have a backup plan
1. Make sure you have a Hunter Insurance Travel Guide in the event of an emergency.
2. Pack a few days worth of clothes in case you are delayed due to weather or other factors.
3. Bring a laptop, iPad, or other device with internet capability so that you can work remotely if necessary.
4. Check the weather forecast before going, this will help you pack appropriately for the climate changes- dress for layers because when traveling, it is always better to be too warm than too cold.
Enjoy your trip! (Hunter insurance)
Traveling is a great way to get away from the daily grind. But, with all the stress of packing, airports, hotels, etc., it can also be stressful. Luckily there are things you can do to make traveling smoother. Hunter Insurance has compiled a list of useful tips that will help you not only save money but also time. Here are just some of the smart ways you can prepare for your next adventure:
-Pack clothes that are appropriate for both cold and warm weather -Make sure your passport is up-to-date -Check what vaccinations may be required at the country you’re visiting -Bring necessary medications in their original bottles along with prescriptions -Carry a copy of your health insurance card for emergencies abroad