Club Resort Intervals Addresses Common Spring Break Complaints Club Resort Intervals, a leader in the travel industry, is helping to raise awareness and provide solutions to some common Spring Break safety issues.
MANCHESTER, N.H., March 7, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Club Resort Intervals strives to provide the best vacation experiences possible for its valued members, which means having complaint-free getaways. This luxury vacation provider knows that offering tips on staying safe while traveling will aid in making a great Spring Break getaway the perfect vacation.
Times when tourists travel frequently are great for the economy. Unfortunately, it is also a prime time for criminals to target unsuspecting vacationers. Club Resort Intervals complaints share that many travelers' concerns during this time of the year center on issues concerning safety.
Being aware of one's surroundings can go a long way towards staying safe. Locals often see travelers who are lost or disoriented being targeted by pickpockets and other criminals. Taking photos of locations that are important, such as a hotel's address, where the family car is parked or attractions that are on the itinerary can prove helpful when navigating through unfamiliar towns.
It is always tempting to keep plenty of money and a variety of credit cards on hand, however, Club Resort Intervals recommends only bringing what is needed and securing additional items in a safe if available, or in a well hidden place at the traveler's accommodations.
Traveling in groups is always recommended; there truly can be safety in numbers. Make sure friends and family know if travel plans change and check in regularly. Vacationers should be aware of any scams that are prevalent in their getaway destination, which can be accomplished through checking with most local police departments that track these types of crimes.
In today's age of cyber technology, Club Resort Intervals urges vacationers to never share sensitive information such as bank account numbers, credit card information, driver's license numbers and social security numbers in public places. Always make sure if travelers are using public Internet access, that it is a secure connection.
Safety is not always about preventing crime; it also means taking care of health needs. Oftentimes, travelers are having so much fun, or are so active, that they forget to hydrate, apply sun block, and are tempted to swim in unsafe conditions or beyond their expertise. Club Resort Intervals encourages members and all Spring Break travelers to take care of themselves so that health issues do not interfere with having a great time. For more information about reducing complaints and additional safety tips, visit http://www.crivacation.com.
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