Things to Consider While Planning Your Next Trip
Travel has become one of the well-planned activities that usually requires attention and preparation. From airfare, hotel accommodation, itinerary, travel documentation and insurances, this is one hell of hard work to do but through an organized plan, your journey will never be as chaotic and squabble all along.
And speaking of organized travel management, Take Off Philippines just partnered with Travelpros, one of the Best Travel Agencies in the country, a pillar in Local and International Tour Package Services since 1993, and Member of PTAA and IATA. They are pioneers in mall-based ticketing operations to help you out in all your travel concerns.
Today, we’ve listed things you should consider while planning your next trip with your family, friends or that special someone of yours.
1.) Do a background check on your destination
The best way to maximize your staycation is to look for reviews or do a research by simply listing down the following: where to stay, where to roam around the vicinity and where to eat around the metro. It is pretty good to know about these simple questions so that you won’t waste your time looking and searching for places. I encourage you to read a blog review and DIY itineraries. It will help you a lot in getting travel tips and information on your destination.
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2.) Ensure your safety
We Filipinos love discounts and promos obviously, that’s how thrift shops have been known for. In flights, we are definitely fans of Piso Fares which some airlines offer. Through their convincing marketing strategy of “Php 1” airfare, a lot of customers get entices to book to different destinations. But always remember that Piso Fare does not include taxes and surcharges, so the total price that you’ll be paying for is more than a peso. Insurances are usually removed by the airline which makes the price seem cheaper. Nonetheless, we should take in consideration to add up travel insurance every flight for your own good.
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3.) Always remember to bring necessary travel documents
Travel is not just about fun and relaxation. It also teaches us how to be systematized. During flights, your travel documents and forms should always be brought along with your other things. This would assure you for any possibilities if the immigration or airport security would ask for it. Some common travel documents are the DFA-issued passport, unexpired visa, return ticket, Affidavit of Support with Undertaking, DSWD-issued Travel Clearance and more.
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4.) Check out the list of holidays and long weekends
Before filing for vacation leaves, make sure to check out the list of Holidays and Long weekends this 2017 so as to have an enjoyable and hassle-free vacation.
5.) Attend travel fairs for more discounts and tour packages
Every year, travel communities gather together to launch a travel tour expo wherein you can get exclusive travel deals for Boracay, Palawan, Bohol, Davao, and more. You can grab some best airline seat sales, discounted hotel accommodations, and all-in tour packages.
Speaking of, the Biggest Travel Expo in the country happens this Friday! Philippine Travel Agencies Association (PTAA) organized the 3-Day travel event, 24th Travel Tour Expo 2017. It showcases an array of Best Travel Deals and Tour Packages to be held on February 10 – 12, 2017 at SMX Convention Center, SM Mall of Asia, Pasay City.
Visit TRAVELPROS Booth #23A/23B, 24, 25 this week at the PTAA 24th Travel Tour Expo 2017. Their friendly and accommodating staff will be happy to assist you.
After checking out this list above you can start your own #2017TravelBucketlist, write down all the activities you want to try on your chosen destinations this year.
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