Safe Travel Tips for Aboard

  1. Photocopy all of your travel documents
    1. Leave a copy of the documents listed below with a family/friend in case you lose something and also keep a copy of your tickets, itineraries, passport, ID and credit cards in a separate area from the original documents to refer to in case you lose them.
      1. Tickets
      2. Itineraries
  • Passport
  1. Insurance Policy
  2. Identification
  3. Credit Cards


  1. Bring an Adapter so you can stay in touch
    1. Many countries have different size plugs and voltage you want to make sure you can charge your cell phone to stay connected to family/friends back home.
      1. Send emails/texts
      2. Phone calls
  • Facetime and Whatapp can be used for free


  1. Research the laws of the country
    1. There are different laws and customs that can differ from North America, especially if you are traveling to a foreign country.


  1. Research the Latest Travel Advisories
    1. There may be situations that can affect the safety of you and your co-travellers. (civil unrest, strike or health risks or concerns)
    2. Check out For more information on travel and tourism travelling abroad.


  1. Know the location of Canadian Embassies & Consulates
    1. Especially if you are going to a foreign country, these offices could help you replace a lost of stolen passport

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