Travel Tip of the Week

Always carry duplicates of your travel documents.
Apart from atleast 3 paper photocopies, it would also be wise to have a soft copy stored in a portable device (pen drive, hard disk, laptop or even an iPad). This comes in useful when you need to e-mail a soft copy to someone. Remember to protect the scanned images by converting them to a PDF format and password protect them.

travel pouch
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Especially, when travelling abroad, make sure to keep multiple paper copies of your passpost and visa, in separate places.
Just like with money, keep one copy in your Cabin baggage, another in your Check-in luggage, and yet another duplicate in your hand bag (or sling bag or waist pouch). These duplicate hard copies would come extremely handy, when you need to show a hard copy somewhere or even if God forbid, were you to misplace or lose documents and need to validate and your identity and stay in a foreign country.

To know where and how to safeguard your documents, read this interesting article I found online – 4 Best Backup Methods for your Travel Documents

Wish you a Happy , Safe & Carefree Travelling!

Are the above tips helpful? Do you have any tips you would like to add? Any experiences you would like to share? Would love to hear from you. Please leave a comment using the below box. 

Author: Wandering Soul

A nomad at heart, love reading, travelling and photography and now trying to combine them all.

18 thoughts on “Travel Tip of the Week”

    1. This is one of my biggest fears while travelling. It can be so scary and a harrowing experience, especially if you are in a foreign country. Glad you think this was an important tip. Thanks so much for visiting and commenting. 🙂

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    1. Should not be a problem. These are just tips; modify them as per your convenience 🙂 Although I would still suggest keeping a scanned copy in your email 🙂 Thanks for visiting 🙂

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