Like skydiving, traveling abroad isn’t a forgiving activity for the unprepared. Knowing how to manage the unexpected when planning for a trip with the family may be complicated when overseas destina...
tions are involved.
Mishaps don’t have to ruin a global journey if some diligent forethought is applied. Basics like passports, destination research and international medical insurance require attention to detail to avoid unnecessary, and unexpected, problems.
While it’s easy to underestimate those individually small costs that, when combined, lead to scaled-back enjoyment of a trip, knowing how other travelers with similar circumstances made their visits terrific is the best model around for scheduling, budgeting and coordinating.
Before heading out the door for international travel, learn from others first. The lifetime memories that await the entire family are worth the extra time needed to identify potential risk and prepare for such contingencies. Once the adventure begins, the focus should be on—like the wise skydiver—the experience, not the regret!
Here are some invaluable tips on planning for international travel.
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