Traveling is always good, here are eight things you have to do to make sure to have the best trip, without big hassles:
Plan a flexible travel plan and set a budget. Leave a copy with someone who will stay at home. See it already has a good stay even if it’s outside Brazil, there are sites that specialize in making online reservations, even outside Brazil, check the weather and choose minimum clothing and shoes that match your travel plan.
2 – Flight
If the flight is canceled or postponed, the airline must accommodate passengers on other flights of their own company or the other maximally four hours. If this time limit is not fulfilled, users can choose to travel with other flights, get support or refund of ticket. For those who decided to travel with other flights on the same day or the next day, the company must provide accommodation, food, transportation to and from the airport, plus the replacement fees produced from delays with phone calls.
3 – Roads.
Create thorough reviews on vehicles, including brakes, tires, electricity, steering and fire extinguisher, select highways that have better traffic conditions, better infrastructure and prepare their stops. Check before the toll score. Stay here to the station that offers fuel at a price far below the average. Products can be changed. Prefer posts that have banners with service quality recognizable and observe all operations of officers. During the trip to stop and stretch the muscles.
4 – document
Before traveling, check whether you have documentation. ID card is the most important document on domestic air travel. ,
5 – International Documents:
For international passports. According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the ideal is to have your passport apply at least for six months to ensure their return on problems on the way. But still coming to international travel is highly recommended: having a visa for the country you want to visit, note that a visa is the hope of rights and not guarantees: the country cannot make you not enter without reason. Check the telephone consulate or the Brazilian Embassy of the State (preferably in the city) that you will visit. If Brazil does not have the embassy or consulate at your destination, check with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs who can help you in terms of problems.
6 – minor:
It is also important to know the law governing the travel of children and adolescents. Children under 12 years not accompanied must have legal authorization to the council. If accompanied by anyone other than parents (even parents) must have permission from parents or guardians, besides the original birth certificate.
7 – Food:
Diarrhea and food poisoning are the most common diseases for travelers. If you eat canned food, see the composition, it prevents allergic disorders. Water is one of the most important transmitters of infectious diseases. Just drink water when you believe it can be taken. If in doubt, buy bottled water (which must be opened before them) or boil water if you are in a remote location. If you go to a remote place: interesting to carry with alcohol gel, cigarette lighter or lighters, sunscreen, tool for cutting.
8 – Health:
Make sure you have taken all vaccines when needed. Check your life insurance and / or health plans or international card plans, guaranteed where you are. Learn how to contact your insurance company and ensure that other people are related to you also know. If you use prescription drugs, buy stock and take it with a doctor’s prescription.