Payless Vacations Offering Summer 2013 Travelers New Travel Safety Tips

Payless Vacations has released a fresh new list of ways that people traveling on vacation can stay safe and avoid any unnecessary headaches.

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Phoenix, Arizona (PRWEB) June 26, 2013

As the summer travel months continue, more people are heading out on vacation to enjoy some time away from the day-to-day grind and relax. Payless Vacations recommends that travelers remain vigilant while they enjoy their well-earned vacation. A carefree attitude can be easily taken advantage of by criminals looking to exploit a traveler's lack of attention, and sub sequentially ruin a vacation in the process. Payless Vacations is providing travelers with some basic safety tips, to assist them in avoiding a vacation nightmare.

One of the main suggestions Payless Vacations has for travelers is to constantly be aware of their surroundings and their own personal belongings. When checking into hotels, airports, or even paying a bill at a restaurant, travelers should never leave anything out of sight. Even large luggage is not completely safe. A sharp-eyed thief can quickly make off with luggage in a busy airport, never to be seen again. The loss of luggage is costly in more ways than one. There is the immediate loss of whatever was stored in the luggage, and then there is the threat that the thief will find items that relay to them personal information like credit card numbers or bank account information that they can then exploit and potentially drain a bank account. Simply by keeping an eye, or preferably a hand, on items, this will keep them safe and help ensure an enjoyable vacation.

If important documents, such as passports, must be taken along on the trip, Payless Vacations recommends that travelers plan ahead and scan those documents. Creating the scanned copy and emailing it to a personal email can come in handy if the actual documents are ever lost while traveling. The traveler can simply access their email account and pull up the scanned documents, for proof if necessary.

Payless Vacations knows that people enjoy going the extra mile to have a luxurious vacation experience and oftentimes will dress up in fancy outfits for a dinner at an upscale restaurant. While travelers have every right to appear in public as they wish, it is recommended that they avoid wearing much, if any, jewelry. A person walking through a crowd who is sporting expensive-looking jewelry is an instant target for a pickpocket looking to make some quick money. It is also suggested that men avoid keeping their wallets in their back pockets, and women keep their purses firmly in front of them at all times.

If the vacation involves activities like scuba diving, sky diving, or extreme sports, Payless Vacations advises that those enlisting in such services carefully go over the fine print to be sure that the professionals are actually licensed professionals. Also, sometimes it is best if travelers avoid trying things like using a motor bike to navigate through a busy town, especially if they are unfamiliar with the layout of the area or are simply new at the activity.

Payless Vacations wants travelers to enjoy their vacation and knows that by following these simple tips vacation goers will be that much safer while traveling.

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Payless Vacations Contact:
http://www.payless-vacations.com
1-877-572-0204


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