Travel Insurance

Travel Guard is the preferred choice for travel insurance when traveling with Bluewater Destinations. For more information on Travel Guard, please visit their Web site at www.travelguard.com so you can learn more about traveling with peace of mind.


Safety Tips

• Allow plenty of time to check your luggage and get to the gate. Generally speaking, you should plan to arrive at the airport two hours before your domestic flight and three hours before your international flight. If you are flying domestically from a busy international airport you will want to give yourself some added time.

• Double check your purse and bags before you leave home for items that might cause a delay at the security checkpoint.

• All airlines require a government issued photo ID (i.e. driver's license or passport) at check-in. Have yours ready to present at the ticket counter and security gate.

• Carry a cell phone or smart phone at all times while traveling.

• Carry backup documents. Make a photocopy of your passport photo page and required visa documents. Keep the originals in a safe place and keep the photocopies with you.

• Be alert and aware of the people around you and avoid anyone who looks suspicious. Contact airport security if you have, or anticipate a problem.

• Before embarking on the trip, familiarize yourself with local customs and laws.

• Plan ahead to make sure you know where you are going. If you rent a car, ask the car rental company for a road map and directions for arriving at your destination.

• If you are traveling overseas, know the location, direction, and phone number of the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate, available via the Internet at http://usembassy.state.gov/. Also, you can check current travel warnings by accessing the U.S Department of State at http://www.travel.state.gov/.

 

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