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The last of our NZ Travel Safety Month smart travel tips blogs is brimming with ingenious ideas to help keep you secure and protected whilst overseas. For the full line up of Travel Safety Tips from the luggage.co.nz team click here! Feel free to bookmark these pages, share them on Facebook, pin them on Pinterest and heart the tips over on Instagram!
Smart Travel Tips #23:Slash-proof, cut-proof, RFID, padded, carabiner zip locks and a whole lot more. The Travelon Anti-Theft Urban Laptop Messenger will ensure maximum security for your laptop and personal devices whilst you travel. Shop the Travelon range online at luggage.co.nz here!
Smart Travel Tips #24:Whether it’s paracetamol, contraceptive, sting relief or any other important medication make sure you read up on the restriction rules in that country as some medications are restricted outside of NZ. Always prepare for emergency situations and ensure you have enough for unexpected elongated stays.
Smart Travel Tips #25:It is always better to be safe than sorry. Pop the Korjo water boiler or travel jug in your luggage so you’re able to boil the water at your destination. *EDIT: We no longer stock Korjo but check out our wide range of travel accessories here!
Smart Travel Tips #26:It may seem simple, but many people choose not to use travel insurance. If you are ever in need of the hospital, an emergency flight home or you loose your luggage travel insurance will be there to catch you! Do your research before choosing a provider and ask around too, word of mouth is usually best!
Smart Travel Tips #28:Looking for tips, advice, up to date news, visa support and much more? The SafeTravel.govt.nz website has everything you’re looking for in one neat, easy to navigate website:https://
Smart Travel Tips #29:RFID blocking devices protect you from identity fraud and skimming of your cards and passports. Shop our wide range of wallets, bags, passport covers and sleeves online at luggage.co.nz here!
Smart Travel Tips #30:Another great feature of SafeTravel.govt.nz is that you are able to register your details on the website and they will relay important information and account for your safety and wellbeing. It is a free and easy to use resource that all Kiwi families should utilise. https://