Nirvana Global Solutions Travel Tips

Choosing your holiday
Select a guided tour package to begin your vacation package. It’s the ideal method for taking a family vacation because everything has been planned out for you. This is crucial if you don’t enjoy doing your own destination research.

If you choose to pre-plan, spend some time making a thorough itinerary after learning as much as you can about the place you’ll be going. When creating the schedule, pay close attention to any unique festivals, the weather, and the political environment. This gives room for backup plans in the event of unanticipated travel issues.
Additionally, the schedule guarantees that everything is prepared in accordance with what you and your family want to see and do. Just make sure that every activity is worthwhile and adds to your and your other travellers understanding of the locations visited.

Budget travellers should consider their airfare, lodging, passport, visa, meals, transportation, shopping, and emergency cash while making trip plans.

Preparation For a Trip
If you’re flying, make sure you ask for vacation days that include a day off after your return to deal with exhaustion or jet lag. To guarantee that any last-minute adjustments can still be accommodated, make sure that all of your travel documents are confirmed 3–4 working days prior to the departure date.

When packing, it’s important to take into account the shopping you’ll be doing while on vacation and only bring what you absolutely need. In order to avoid pain or temper tantrums when traveling with family and children, make sure the needs of the elderly and young ones are listed and packed.
The most important thing is to let your close friends  and family know what is your plan to travel (desination). Make arrangements for house/pet sitting while you are away. Finally, call your bank to inform them that you will be traveling and making a lot of purchases using a debit or credit card.

Medical Necessity
While traveling to any location, you should be up to date on normal vaccines. Additionally, some vaccinations may be needed for travel. These vaccinations include your annual flu shot, the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine, the diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis vaccine, the varicella (chickenpox) vaccine, and the vaccine against polio. You can get the most recent information on immunisations from your neighbourhood hospital or clinic.

Visa Necessary
Please be aware that occasionally there may be changes to the countries for which visas are required. Before making travel arrangements, it is important to consult your travel agent or the Indian High Commission in your nation.

Travel Protection
What kind of safety or coverage does travel insurance provide? Below are some examples of the coverage you can anticipate:
Personal Injury
Medical Costs
Loss of Personal Effects & Luggage
Travel Documents Lost
Baggage Hold-Up
Travel Time
Untimely Departure
plane is overbooked
Inconvenient Hijack
Cancellation of Travel
Money or valuables lost
…as well as other forms of publicity.
Other scenarios that travel insurance might not cover include the following:
invasion, act of a foreign adversary, declared or undeclared war, and other war-related phrases

Radiation-related loss or product damage
Suicide, self-harm, or any deliberate acts committed by the insured person that resulted in homicide or attack of law enforcement or military personnel of any nation or international organisation, whether engaged in paid work or as volunteers
The insured person partaking in dangerous adventure, practicing for or participating in any speed competition, professional competition, or sport
Contact your travel agent for further details on the inclusions and exclusions of travel insurance coverage.

Journey Day

Make a list of the items you must bring with you on the day of your trip, including your luggage, passport, and tickets. Mark the outside and inside of each bag with your name and address, including both your home address and your vacation address. Weigh your bags to make sure you don’t take more than the airline’s permitted amount of luggage. Consider purchasing travel insurance so that you won’t have to worry if your bags are misplaced, your flight is canceled, or even if your passport and wallet are stolen. It is always advisable to purchase insurance for you and your family because accidents can happen when you’re traveling.

Flight/Airport Reminder
Gather the necessary paperwork prior to your flight since you are responsible for presenting it when asked to do so by the relevant authorities at all entry and exit lanes, along with any other paperwork that may be required by the laws, orders, demands, or requirements of the nations you are flying into, through, or over.

Self-check-in is free, easy, and fast! You’ll avoid wasting time at the airport. In all other cases, counter check-in begins three hours before departure time and ends an hour before that time. Note that check-in deadlines may vary depending on the airport and the aircraft. Because of the intricate security inspections, the airport has long lines. We advise you to check in early and head straight to the departure gate to avoid getting stuck in security.

To save money and time, reserve your checked baggage in advance. Checked baggage must weigh no more than 30kg per item. Unless they are traveling under the same booking, travellers cannot combine the weight of their checked baggage with that of other guests.

For the luggage drop counter, it opens three hours before the departure time and closes 45 minutes before the departure time. To utilise our luggage drop counters, travellers must be in possession of a valid boarding pass.

Guests may bring liquids on board in their cabin luggage with a maximum volume of 100 cc, subject to any applicable local rules and restrictions. The objects must be put within a see-through, resealable plastic bag.
Guests must arrive at the boarding gate at least 20 minutes prior to the departure time in order to board; else, boarding will not be permitted.

Travel Reminder for Self-Drivers
Make sure your automobile is equipped with a dependable GPS and road maps. Local location maps are useful when you can’t completely rely on GPS.
Because some parts are lengthy and do not have halfway stops, be sure to pack enough of beverages, water, and snacks.
Aim to be at your destination before sunset as the majority of the route is through fields or forests with few streetlights.
If you’re traveling with kids, prepare some activities, bring picture books, or bring rhymes to sing along to.
When there is a chance of light rain or drizzle, umbrellas are excellent.
Because it can be difficult to find another gas station nearby, always make sure your tank is full and refill before it reaches quarter tank.

On Vacation
Call your close friends and family when you are on vacation or in a foreign country to let them know you have arrived safely and to let them know where you are if you are moving around. When leaving your luggage at the hotel, make sure to always keep it locked. Bring your passport along, and be careful not to carry too much cash that can draw attention. Make sure you pick up the car at the airport if you’re going on a self-drive vacation, and buy a GPS.

If you want to sample something local while traveling overseas, be sure the tip comes from a reliable source. Get a local map and mark the tourist information center to make life easier.
In addition, stay away from wandering alone at night or in dimly lit locations, and watch out for pickpockets whose method of operation involves diverting your attention. Additionally, if you drive, observe local traffic laws and steer clear of nighttime driving.

Verify your flight information prior to your return trip in case of delays or cancellations. It is advisable to make sure that all of your travel documentation is ready and handy for check-in. Always pack ahead of time and avoid making too many last-minute purchases that won’t fit in your luggage. Keep an eye out for the country you are visiting’s regulations regarding luggage.
Don’t forget to plan an airport pickup and to inform your close friends and family of your return. Ensure that all of your belongings, including your wallet, passport, camera, watch, and jewellery, are in your possession at all times.

Last but not least, arrive at the airport no later then two hours (or three to four hours in some nations) before the flight to prevent missing it.