Top 10 Things to Prepare for Holiday Travel


I hope this message finds you well and brimming with excitement for the upcoming holiday season! Yes, it’s that magical time of the year when we attempt to stuff our suitcases with everything but common sense and embark on adventures that could easily double as reality TV shows. But fear not, for we’re here to sprinkle some humor into your holiday travel plans. Without further ado, here are the top 10 things you should know as you prepare for your holiday travels in 2023. Whether you’re jetting off to an exotic destination or driving to visit loved ones, these tips will help ensure a smooth and enjoyable journey.

1. Plan Ahead:  

Remember, folks, procrastination is not a vacation plan. Start early, so you can worry less about missed flights and more about missing alarm clocks.

2. Check Travel Requirements:

COVID is on the rise this fall. COVID-19 restrictions are like that unexpected relative at Thanksgiving dinner – they might show up uninvited. Stay updated, and pack your patience along with your mask.

3. Travel Insurance:

Travel insurance is like the umbrella you forget on a sunny day. Get it, and you probably won’t need it. But if you do, you’ll thank your past self for being so clever.

4. Pack Light:

Ladies and gentlemen, packing light is the art of convincing yourself you’ll wear the same outfit everyday while secretly packing your entire wardrobe. Embrace it!

5. Secure Your Documents:

Losing your passport is the adult equivalent of losing your favorite toy as a kid. Keep your documents safe, folks, or you might just throw a tantrum at the airport.

6. Safety First:

Remember, safety is essential, but paranoia is optional. Don’t be that traveler who hides their money in their socks and wears a helmet to explore a new city.

7. Weather Awareness:

Checking the weather is like consulting a crystal ball – it might be wrong, but it’s better than guessing whether to pack a swimsuit or a snowsuit.

8. Stay Connected:

Sharing your travel itinerary is the modern equivalent of sending postcards, but it won’t clutter your fridge. Stay in touch, but don’t forget to enjoy the moment.

9. Entertainment & Comfort:

The journey is just as important as the destination. So, bring snacks, a good book, and headphones, because who knows when you’ll need to drown out that snoring seatmate or that screaming baby on the airplane.

10. Be Flexible:

Remember, folks, life is an adventure, not a scripted movie. Be open to unexpected twists and turns – they often lead to the best stories.

At You Deserve It! Vacations, we believe laughter is the best travel companion. Our team is here to help you navigate the ups and downs of your holiday adventures with a smile on your face.  Thank you for choosing us as your travel partner. Wishing you amazing travels, safe journeys, and enough anecdotes to entertain your friends and family for years to come!

Warm regards,

Queen Meador

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