Club Resort Intervals Shares Important Advice to Avoid Spring Break 2014 Vacation Complaints

Club Resort Intervals, known as the gold standard in vacation fulfillment, is providing valuable advice on how to avoid the most common complaints made by travelers during Spring Break.

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Club Resort Intervals

Manchester, New Hampshire (PRWEB) March 03, 2014

Spring Break is one of the busiest travel times of the year. Whether travelers choose to relax on the sandy beaches of Cancun, Mexico, or enjoy the party life in Daytona Beach, Florida, Club Resort Intervals wants to help spring breakers enjoy their time off by offering some simple tips to reduce the instances of the most common complaints.

1. Remember the Necessities
Nothing can ruin a perfect vacation quicker than severe sunburn. For many, Spring Break is the first exposure to sun that travelers have had in a few months. Remember to bring sunscreen and re-apply often, especially after swimming or playing sports. Be aware that alcohol, as well as some medications, may affect the body’s reaction to the sun. After a long day in the sun, make sure to use a quality moisturizer, and pack aloe vera gel just in case vacationers do suffer from sunburn. Club Resort Intervals reminds travelers to bring bug spray as well.

2. Be Prepared
Club Resort Intervals Complaints Reduction Team suggests that travelers program their phones or have a list of persons they would like to have contacted in the event of an emergency. Most public safety departments will know to look for this information if necessary. Hopefully, Spring Break will be nothing short of perfect however, being prepared can make a crisis situation less chaotic.

3. Stay Hydrated
Make the most of Spring Break by keeping energized and staying healthy. Warm weather and increased activity can take its toll on a traveler’s body. Club Resort Intervals knows that staying hydrated can make a big difference in how a person feels. Vacationers may find that they need to drink additional water while enjoying Spring Break fun, as they will be in the sun more often than usual. Avoid dehydration and complications that may occur from this condition such as migraines, heat stroke and a drop in blood pressure.

Club Resort Intervals wants travelers to enjoy every minute of his or her Spring Break getaway. Being prepared and taking measures to remain healthy will play a big part in achieving this goal and reducing common complaints. For more information, visit http://www.crivacation.com.

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