Travel Safety, never carry your passport while sightseeing – this is a common mistake that leads to theft. Read these tips to learn how to keep your passport (and other belongings) safe while traveling.
Traveling is generally very safe, but the most common issue is theft. There are a few precautions you can take to protect your belongings such as using one of these anti-theft devices.
Anti-theft products that are worn under your clothing are particularly useful to conceal. We recommend this RFID secret bra stash to conceal your cash and cards safely and discreetly!
While not necessary, some female travelers make feel more comfortable with an anti-theft purse in places such as Paris or Thailand where purse snatching is common.
Money Belt while not very comfortable in heat having a discreet money belt can save you in the long run. Keep the majority of your money, credit cards and copies of your passport in the money belt; this way if you are pick pocketed you won’t lose all your cash.
Don’t be the person that makes it easy to get pick pocketed
Bring copies of your passport: If your passport gets stolen or lost you want to be sure that you can still get back into the country, or be able to prove your citizenship. Just a recommendation hide a copy of your passport in each bag you have. Leave the original in a safe place.
Leave a copy of your passport: For extra backup, leave a copy of your passport at home or with someone you trust. Consider making an electronic copy you can store in your email account as well. Carrying a flash drive with important documents is a good idea. Recommend a Static discharge bag for the flash drive.
Lastly, use common sense watch your surrounding, don’t flaunt lots of cash, and close your purse or backpack. These few steps will help you have a safe trip.