Essential World-Wide Travel Planning for Seniors

Jun 14th, 2010 | By James E Becker | Category: Senior Travel

Incidental information becomes essential when seniors begin to plan travel to another spot in the world.  There are several Internet sites that can really be helpful to pull together essential travel planning information.  They include

Take a look at Peter Greenberg’s Outdoor Learning Vacations for seniors.  Are the airlines giving you worry lines? Need the latest news on the best cruise? Was your rental car not up to par? Or perhaps you simply need a destination recommendation.  Travel expert, Peter Greenberg, can help.  This AARP-sponsored site is a great resource for senior travelers. 

Care to share one of your very own travel tips?  Here is a site that encourages you to share that tip. Here is an example of a good travel tip: When you travel, you should never store all your documents and valuables in the same place. Scan them and upload them to a private Internet site that you can access from anywhere in the world. Then while you travel, divide your documents among two or more secure, hidden places. Travel security pouches, money belts, etc. sold at http://www.xyzsite.com can help you to accomplish this safety measure. jeb



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