Travel Tips

Travel Tips

Be Flexible

1. Always plan for delays and try not to get upset when things inevitably go wrong

2. Patience is extremely important when traveling!


1. Check the ticket for Flight(s) details & accuracy as soon as you receive it.

2. Keep your tickets with your passport and visas and do not forget these on the day you travel.

Passport & Visas

1. Check the validity of your Passport and Visas.

2. Check the passport and visa requirements for the countries you are visiting / transiting in on your planned journey - make sure you apply for them well before your date of travel.

3. If you lose your passport or visa please contact the relevant embassy or consulate immediately.

Booking & Reservations

Make reservations well in advance, especially during peak season, for accommodations, popular restaurants, major sights, and local guides.

Enquire about the price BEFORE You Take Public Transportation

It’s a good idea to ask about the price before you hop on a bus, guagua, or other form of public transportation.

In Case Of Kids

If you’re bringing the kids, make sure you have the right paperwork, including a passport for each, a letter of consent if only one parent is traveling, and documentation for adopted children.


1. Check with the airline you are traveling with on the stipulated baggage allowances.

2. Ensure that your hand baggage allowance does not exceed the level enforced by the airline you are traveling with. This ensures unnecessary embarrassment at the check-in desk, having to move luggage from your hand baggage to your suitcase.


1. Pack the night before you travel, to save rushing and being late for your flight.

2. Check the weather forecast of your destination before travel to avoid taking unnecessary luggage.

3. Roll clothes instead of folding them, it creates less creases. Honest!

4. Pack travel sizes of all required lotions and potions with you to save the space.

Car Rentals

If you’ll be renting a car, you’ll need a valid driver’s license. An International Driving Permit is technically required in Austria, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, and Spain.


Because airline carry-on restrictions are always changing, visit the Transportation Security Administration’s website for a list of what you can bring on the plane, and for the latest security measures (including screening of electronic devices, which you may be asked to power up).

Health & Medical Care

Take care of any medical needs. Visit your doctor to get a checkup, and see your dentist if you have any work that needs to be done. If you use prescription drugs, stock up before your trip. Pack along the prescription, plus one for contact lens or glasses if you wear them.

Maps & Apps

Download any apps you might want to use on the road, such as translators, maps, and transit schedules.


1. Make sure you have enough foreign currency for your immediate arrival into a foreign country, particularly if your flight arrives at an odd hour.

2. Always make a list of the Credit / Debit Card numbers and travelers cheques you are carrying along with the suppliers contact numbers in case they get lost.

Special Requests

1. Give the notice to airlines well before travel time for special meal requirements, seating allocation requests and wheel chair arrangements.


1. Try to reach well before time for checking in at the airport.

2. Always reconfirm your flights before setting out for the airport (do this about 24 hours before time of travel)

3. Check Duty Free allowances carefully particularly on EU destinations.

4. Do not drink too much before boarding the aircraft, as alcohol and cabin pressure cause enhanced dehydration. You are also unable to use the toilets until the aircraft is airborne and at a safe altitude for the seat belt sign to be taken off.

5. Check with the airline you are traveling with, as to the availability of telephone and laptop power points on board.

6. Leave contact details for yourself either with someone at home or somebody in the office in case they need to reach you in an emergency.

7. A phrase book is always handy - remember, not everyone speaks English. Also get the Maps for of the destination if you are unfamiliar with that place.


1. Try to drink plenty of water while on the aircraft as this help to counter dehydration.

2. Check in flight magazines, for gentle exercises to do while on board to stop stiffness and tiredness of joints.

3. Cleanse and moisturize skin regularly while on board again to counter dehydration.

4. Eat a light meal onboard as easier to digest, avoid excessive carbohydrates and fats.

  • Emirates
  • Itihad
  • Pakistan International Airlines
  • Air Blue
  • Sereen Air
  • American Airlines
  • Shaheen Air
  • Saudi Airlines