Travel Guide and Tips
Crossing international borders can be complicated and sometimes requires many different kinds of documents. Being prepared is the key to easing your way through this process, so make sure you know what documents you need, where to get them, and which ones will make your crossing quick and easy. And if you were assisted by an agent, please verify and ensure your documents and bookings are legit and paid for.
Get to the Airport Early
Look at the airlines recommended check-in time on your booking and use that at a reference. Passing through security line sometimes takes a lot of time so try not to mount pressure on yourself by going late. Unless you like taking risks, it’s still better to give yourself some extra time.
Know Airline and Terminal
Some airports can be really big that it takes about 30 mins to move between terminals so endeavour to check your airline and terminal before going to the airport.
The officials are there to assist you so do not be afraid to ask questions if you don’t understand whats happening, where to go, what to do and lots more.
- Don’t Check-in your bag if you don’t have to.
- Check your baggage allowance (weight of baggage) before packing which varies depending on airline, passenger status, route and fare.
Create a Packing Checklist
Endeavor to write down the important things you require for your travel. Tick the checklist to ensure you pack everything you need like your cream, your charger, your hair brush and lots more. Sometimes is more expensive buying new things abroad.