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There is a lot more to travel than filling your bags with stuff and flying off. There are additional safety precautions to consider, and ways to make the experience less stressful. Better safe than sorry goes a long way when you are in a foreign land, far from home.
Locking your luggage is an obvious one. You should get yourself a couple of good luggage locks well in advance, so that you are not looking for a lock at the last minute. You can get a lock that uses keys or a number coded lock, both of these systems are available as cable locks and the usual metal hook locks. Luggage tags are something most people overlook, but why risk an unintentional luggage swap when it can be helped? Plus, it would be nice for your luggage to find its way back to you easily.
Carrying your credit cards, cash, and passport in a travel wallet is the safest way to avoid being pick-pocketed. You could get one that remains hidden under your shirt. The hidden pouch type that straps around your waist and neck wallets that hangs from your neck are available.
If you can’t be bothered lifting your shirt every time you use your travel wallet, then use a passport sling or cross-body travel wallet instead. If you are against wearing an extra bag, but want to keep your wallet and passport together, then a Passport wallet is what you should get. Passport covers are also available. They keep your passport safe from liquid spillages, and keep it looking as good as new. Packing organizers are packing cubes that helps in separating and organizing your belongings.