7 Travel Hacks That Will Change Your Life

Whether you're planning a weekend city break or a 3 month backpacking adventure, these travel hacks are bound to save your time, money and stress on your next trip!
 

Discover our travel tips for 2023 and find out how to get the most out of your next great adventure.

Passport Scan

It goes without saying that carrying a hard copy of your passport is important! But by emailing yourself a scan of your passport, you ensure that in case it gets lost, your passport is only a click away.

Beat Jetlag

Making sure you're well-rested and relaxed before a long-haul flight is the first step in combatting jetlag. A long walk followed by a long bath is exactly the sort of rejuvenation that will prepare your body and mind for the trip.

Bluetooth Tracker

Invest in a Bluetooth tracker and place it inside a zipped pocket of your luggage, you can track via Bluetooth on your phone. The perfect way to see where your bag is, no more lost luggage for you!

Hand Luggage Essentials

Pack all holiday essentials in your hand luggage, such as sun cream, swimsuit, change of clothes and sunglasses. This is especially useful when embarking on a cruise ship as your suitcase will be taken off you at check-in and delivered to your cabin a few hours later. You can be poolside as soon as you get on board!

Mark Your Suitcase as Fragile

By labelling your suitcase as fragile, your luggage will be given VIP treatment! Did you know anything marked fragile gets to the top of the pile in storage and is sent out in the first batch? Simply ask for a fragile sticker at the counter.

Google Maps Travel Planner

Did you know there is a free tool within Google Maps that you can use to create an entire itinerary for your next trip? This tool can help you organise your trip by adding multiple destinations, creating routes, and storing places of interest. Try Google Maps Travel Planner to plan your next big trip with ease!

Hydrate, Hydrate, Hydrate

While some travellers might want to avoid drinking during a flight to keep the in-flight bathroom stops at bay, the Aerospace Medical Association recommends that you drink 240ml of water per hour throughout your flight. So keep your trusty reusable water bottle by your side during your journey!

Feeling inspired? Chat with your Personal Travel Consultant to plan your next holiday and put these travel hacks into practice!
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