Quick Guidebook to Secure Travel Documentation

Quick Guidebook to Secure Travel Documentation


Losing your passport or tickets can quickly ruin the best of your trips. So keep your travel documents safe!

Booking a vacation is exciting, but your trip will not be possible unless you prepare important documents ahead of your departure date. The last thing you would not like is to show up at the airport from not allowing you to board the plane. However, even if you reach your destination you need to protect them from losing. Follow some tricks to keep them safe.

Travel documents you should carry!

Travel Documents

The list of travel documents you need while travelling:

  • Valid passport
  • Aadhaar Card (Indian Citizens only)
  • Visa
  • Itinerary sheet
  • Insurance Documents
  • Documents of the hired car
  • Credit cards
  • ID Proof/ Driving License

How to keep them safe? Here are some tricks!

Once you have gathered your documents, you also need to protect them during your travel. Here are a few tips you can follow.

Print multiple copies:                                              

Travel Documents

Before your trip, make photocopies of all your documents, both front, and back. Pack extra copies in your luggage. Also, leave a copy with your family and friends as well.

Email copies to yourself:

Email copy of documents

In addition to hard copies, you can also email these documents to yourself. If your passport and credit card are stolen then you can easily show the details through emails.

Lock your bags:

bag lock

If you are a solo traveler, a short nap or visiting outside might give others opportunities to take items from your bag. Locking all your bags is the best way to keep your travel documents safe.

Keep your items with you:

keeping safe

Your belongings are your responsibilities and keeping them safe too. Secure your travel documents using a travel wallet. Be extra careful in markets or crowded areas.

Prepare your documents properly and keep them safe to enjoy a wonderful holiday!

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