The 11th hour is here aka November, so definitely Christmas is a stone throw away – and all the festivity periods including New Year. We all deserve a good downtime. Here are some tips on how to prep for travel this coming holiday.
Save and save some more
Now a good bag may call for a good time. Try saving every coin you can to beckon to a good time. Perhaps, equally identifying a nice affordable cozy place can be a good starter to knowing how much you will need and how much you will save back for the incoming January.
Identify an area you are travelling to early
Going out of the city is always a plus, the noise, the hustle a rest is definitely needed. Identify an area you would want to travel to as early as now to ensure you do not get locked out of places you would have loved to visit. Recommendable areas include Malewa, Jipe, Camp Rimoi and the likes. Make time to make plans for an area you have never been in and one you would like to visit.
Safety and Means of Transport
The holiday season is sometimes known for its peculiar nature of road accidents due to careless driving. Ensure if you are driving, your car is well maintained and ready for long-distance travel. Safety is more important therefore if your car is not intact perhaps seek a safer alternative or make plans for other times, on the roads risk-taking is not an added advantage.
Vaccination and Health Precaution
Covid came and it kinda is still around, do not forget to prioritize your health by ensuring you are vaccinated so if you go to the rural areas you do not endanger the people living there and better yet you equally do not endanger yourself.
The travel season is catching up with us real quick and in a matter of time, we will be moving around for the festivities. Ensure your plans are up to per and keep yourself and your loved ones safe by taking prior precautions.