Posted on Sep 15, 2008 | Comments 0
Are you planning for a holiday to hurricane spot? Whether you are taking a cruise or visiting a spot more prone to hurricane, it is always suggested to take necessary steps to avoid disasters in your traveling during hurricane season.
Usually, hurricane season extends from early June to late November.
The east and Gulf coasts of United States, Central America, and Caribbean are most threatened areas of hurricane.
If you are planning to these particular areas or other hurricane prone areas, don’t let your dreams get blown away by bad weather.
If you take certain precautionary measures, it would be easy for you to make your travel safe and secure. Here are few safety tips for you to travel in hurricane season.
Tips to travel safe in hurricane season!
Consult good travel agent!
Purchase vacation packages through best travel agency. Your travel professionals or travel agents will certainly help you in difficult travel scenarios. This can help you to get peace of mind and you can assure safety and security in your travel to some extent.
Maintain better communication!
Always maintain better communication with your co-travelers and also travel agencies. Unfortunately, if you are stuck with any natural disaster, you can immediately contact the concerned person to get necessary help.
Pack good travel insurance!
Having travel insurance may not keep you away from bad weather, but it can reimburse you, when you are forced to cancel your vacation. So, consult best travel agency in your city and do some research regarding disaster policies. Purchase right policy, which will certainly refund when your vacation is cancelled because of hurricane or other natural disaster.
Prepare for an extra day!
Particularly when you are cruising southern ports, always consider spending an extra day prior to cruise in departure city.
As Hurricanes probably delay the departure or arrival of ship, it would be better for you to add a day or more in your vacation to stay before or after your cruise.
Carry first aid kit, light and other technology tools!
First aid kit can be very helpful for you, if you’ve met with any accident or injury during your journey. Be sure to pack light and fully charged batteries along with you. These specific things can really help you, if you are stuck with any type of natural disasters.
Follow these simple tips and stay updated with latest weather reports and then proceed with your journey to stay safe and secure in dangerous holiday spots.
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