The key to worry-free travel is being prepared. This is especially true if you have any medical or mobility issues. Talk to your doctor before booking your holiday about any health related issues. Ask about health services available at your destination. Your travel professional can help you book a holiday that makes traveling easy for you. Before leaving, get a copy of prescriptions and advice on medications from your pharmacist. Ensure that all your vaccinations are up to date. Leave a photocopy of your passport, medical information and travel documentation with a family member. On the day of your travel, give yourself plenty of time and plan to get to the airport early. Your vacation doesn’t need to be a struggle — your trip can be filled with fully accessible hotel accommodations, accessible tourist attractions, and wonderful accessible travel experiences.
Lynn Alexander, CWT Oceanside Travel, www.Oceanside.Travel