Keeping it safe while traveling is fundamental for a good experience. Some measurements are a must while planning to travel or while traveling. Deshret tours want to make sure that our customers have the best experience possible while enjoying our tours options, so we highly recommend some necessary safety procedures:

Health Certificates and Vaccines

Some countries are considered infested with some life-threatening diseases, so check all the required health certificates and vaccine information for the country you are traveling to.

Emergency Contact

Whenever traveling to a foreign country its highly recommended that you notify your hotel and family back home about your emergency contact information. Make sure to keep a document with your identification with you at all times in case necessary.

Travel Insurance

Travel insurance is a great safety procedure while traveling overseas. Hospital bills can really add up and having access to insurance if an accident might occur its a great way to travel with some peace of mind. Travel insurance can also help with flight cancellations and lost or stolen items.

Avoiding Being a Target

If traveling to a high crime rate country, do not wear or carry jewelry or expensive gear. Keep your expensive stuff in a safe at your hotel room or reception. When going to the beach, take only what’s really necessary and keep it simple at all times. Do not accept help from strangers while using ATM machines.

Keep Your Money Safe

Do not carry too much cash on you, only the necessary amount for each day, keep some emergency cash in a safe at your hotel. If possible, travel with 2 credit cards, make sure to keep the second credit card in a safe at your hotel in case of an emergency. Also, make sure to notify your bank of your travel plans before your departure.

Driving in a Foreign Country

If renting a car in a foreign country, make sure you understand the road rules before you start driving, different countries have different road regulations. Also, watch out for fake police officers on the road. Carry your ID with you at all times and possibly state your blood type in a document ID and always let family and friends know your whereabouts and your travel plans during and before the trip.