Senior Traveling in the United Kingdom

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

Smart Traveller has an Australian Government’s travel advisory and consular assistance service for seniors. If you plan on traveling “down under” this is a must site to check out. While is an “Aussie” site, it has many good suggestions for any senior traveler to consider.

I am in favor of any travel site that will aid seniors in their search for good help to make their trip not only a worthwhile adventure but a memorable and positive one as well. They have a list of Top Ten Travel Tips many of which I have already addressed, however these two are worth repeating: (1) Make copies of your passport details, insurance policy, travellers cheques, visas and credit card numbers. Carry one copy in a separate place from the originals and leave a copy with someone at home; and (2) Leave a copy of your travel itinerary with someone at home and keep in regular contact with friends and relatives while overseas. Good advice.

Casamundo has properties of every category and for every price range across Europe and the USA, to ensure that theyoffer accommodation suitable for seniors. There are detailed descriptions of each property and destination to help seniors make an informed decision. Staying in a holiday home is often the least expensive option for an accommodation abroad. All bookings are made free of charge via the Internet or telephone, therefore if senior customers need help, there is someone on the end of the phone to talk to.

CASAMUNDO offers you a selection of more than 50,000 holiday homes and holiday cottages in Great Britain and Europe. Care to travel with your dog? With CASAMUNDO a dog holiday is no problem. When searching for your holiday home, select the tick box ‘pets’ and they will find you a variety of dog friendly holiday cottages, for a pet friendly holiday where your dog will be very welcome. Only catch here is that you had better be able to count in Euros.     jeb



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