Anti-theft gear makes for hassle-free travel
TRAVELLING safe while having fun is the foremost consideration of any wandering adventurer. Passports, wallets and credit cards are as important as life itself so that using travel gear that secures these necessities is a must in this day and age.
To guide readers in this significant travel preparation,
A lightweight, waterproof bag with breathable shoulder and waist straps looks into the latest line of Pacsafe travel bags, whose features are designed to prevent tourists from losing things wherever they go.
The brand’s collection of travel bags and carryon gear containers are engineered with a bevy of safety mechanisms – slashguards that resist sharp punctures, RFIDblocking technology that protects passports and credit cards against identity theft, anchor straps and cables to hook bags on any unmoving fixture, and a variety of security locks and zippers to keep bags unopened by anyone other than the owner. Founded 18 years ago by a pair of avid Australian travellers, Pacsafe was born out of a real travel threat: that gears might be stolen by thieves taking advantage of unknowing tourists. With that in mind, the duo came up with an anti-theft backpack protector, made from flexible stainless steel mesh that forms an impenetrable barricade against thieves. As such, besides safety, functionality is also the brand’s key feature with wide spaces and multiple compartments in every style to ensure organized and compact travel without fear of losing important items.
The Slingsafe LX series is perfect for the young city adventurer
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Carryon comfort and security that is ideal for the mobile individual
Eand and XPLORING the world is now easier for Filipino globetrotters with h the proliferation of budget travel options tions opening of more gateways. Yuppiesppies millennials, in particular, with their up their travel lists in recent years with h new destinations.
As thirst and thrill for discovery changes over time, travelers should be vigilant and cautious as ever. Safety should be as high a priority as having fun. Today TheManilaTimes shares three important P’s for a safe, and Travel Insurance.
Pack for hassle-free travel
Most people tend to bring too much when traveling abroad, lessening mobility and time for fun. Travelers can opt to leave valuables at home or keep these in a safe when venturing out of their lodgings. For on hand cash, an idea is to hide extra currency in suitcases - tion happens, same with personal medicines and medical history papers.
Pay heed to culture for an immersive trip
Wise travelers are known n to stay safe by blending in withh the locals and being discreet with their presence. Digital guides [Google maps] are better than largege paper maps and attachable smartphone artphone lens are safer than large cameras. Observing cultural nuances,ces, rules and regulations and evenen dress codes of a locality also helpp greatly in avoiding the spotlight the wrong way.
Prepare for the worst
As wise men say, “expect the unexpected so when the unexpected happens you won’t be disappointed.” Travelers should bring along multiple copies of important documents, leave an itinerary or check in with loved ones regularly and more importantly, get good travel insurance before departure. Some insurance companies offer round-the-clock emergency assistance, and coverage for medical needs as well as for baggage and other travel items. com.phformoreinformation.
Wise travelers are known to stay safe by blending in with the locals and being discreet with their presence