• Capps Meyers posted an update 3 months, 1 week ago

    When visiting other countries on the cruise vacation, personal safety needs to be a primary concern. Foreign ports of call present many challenges, including language and cultural barriers. Tourists can unwittingly become easy targets for petty thieves and scammers. If you comprehend the risks, and take the proper precautions, you can relax and enjoy your cruise adventure.

    Cruise companies remain in constant connection with authorities, monitoring travel advisories that could impact their luxury crusie ship itineraries. If the U.S. State Department issues a travel advisory for a specific location, the cruise line might make alterations in their published itinerary.

    Of late, the the swine flu virus outbreak in Mexico caused several cruise lines to prevent Mexican stopovers. However, these everything is rare. Understand that such changes are produced to the security of passengers.

    Take into account that travelers must assume the ultimate responsibility because of their actions while ashore. When visiting ports-0f-call, travelers should take some common-sense precautions:

    Stay inside the normal tourist areas. In the event you travel far afield, it is advisable to please take a guided tour. Book shore excursions through the cruise line to allow them to track your whereabouts and know if you may be late getting back to the ship.

    Never leave your belongings unattended in public places.

    Be conscious of people near you.

    Never accept packages from anyone you do not know personally.

    Dress and behave conservatively. As a tourist inside a foreign port, have a low profile. Drawing awareness of yourself may placed you at risk.

    Be careful when eating and drinking ashore. Alcohol can impair your judgment. If you’re planning to dine in port, get recommendations in the cruise line.

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