19th October 2018

10 family travel Safety tips for a hassle-free vacation in Turks and Caicos:

Families love to go for a vacation because they know these trips are great ways to connect with their families and have long-lasting moments with them.

Along with that traveling also opens your mind and broadens your thinking perspective. Travelling is also the best activity, but the only backdrop of this is it requires a significant amount of planning.

As you are striving to visit Turks and Caicos with your family, I’m bringing you the best family travel safety tips you have to follow for a hassle-free trip with your lovable family.

If you are visiting Turks and Caicos with your family — you have to choose the right Turks and Caicos properties to stay so that you can rest comfortably in your trip.

Turks and Caicos do their best to create a safe and enjoyable experience for traveling families, but still, there is always a scope of some incidents beyond anyone’s control. So, by taking extra precautions, you will be tension free in your trip.

Here are the ten important travel safety tips for a hassle-free trip in Turks and Caicos island. 

  1. Do your research on Turks and Caicos:

While you are traveling with your family, you should be more careful in researching about the destination. Like every destination, Turks and Caicos islands do have its own appeal. So, you have to check out the places and their crime rates in TCI just to make sure your family will be safe. After having a background check on the area then you can proceed with your trip.

  1. Get travel insurance for your family:

Travel insurance is always necessary when you are traveling abroad. The travel insurance can help you in crisis situations to get financial coverage for anything that occurs while you are on vacation.

Most of the people might urge that they have health insurance plan but to be frank not all health insurances offer coverage abroad. Along with that, it won’t cover your luggage loss or any other aspects. So, it is best to get your travel insurance for your family while you are up for the trip in Turks and Caicos island.

  1. Carry Deet Bug Spray:

The Caribbean Islands has different forms of viruses, so to keep your family away from these types of virus you have to pack the Deet bug spray in your backpacks. It can indeed help to keep your family protected from those viruses.

  1. Know what language they speak:

If you are planning a trip to some destination, you have to know which languages that destination people speak. Language is a crucial aspect because through the language only we can communicate with others.

In Turks and Caicos almost all people speak English. So, you don’t have to worry about the language in this region. Although they speak English, their English accent is a bit different than US accent. So you have to take care of that aspect. 

  1. The currency TCI USE:

Whenever you go on a trip with your family the main aspect you have to see is the currency they use. I mostly recommend you to take enough US dollar with you when you are going to the TCI. Everyone in TCI accepts US Dollars so there will be no worry about the currency over there. But, the prices are costly on this island so make sure you carry more amount when you are going with your family. It’s just a precautionary measure. 

  1. Keep an Eye on your belongings:

This is a basic but has to follow tip in any trip. You have to watch out your belongings carefully especially when you are traveling from one spot to the other. While you are going, make sure you choose a backpack with rain-cover to protect yourself from getting pickpocketed on your journey.

  1. Weather conditions in TCI:

The weather conditions in Turks and Caicos are good for most of the travelers. The temperature on this island is between 85-90°F (29°-32°C) from the June to the October and it is slightly decreased in the months of November to May 80-84°F (27°-29°C). But, irrespective of the temperature you can always find hurricanes in this island. The official hurricane storm season starts from Jun 1 to the Nov 30th.

  1. Best times to visit Turks and Caicos:

The families always want to explore places freely when the costs are lower. If you are the one who often wants to save money by visiting TCI on non-season then you should visit this island from mid-June to the mid- December. At this time your expenses will be decreased by   40% lesser when compared to the busy season.

The busiest season of this island is from mid-December to the mid-April. At this time the costs will be double and in some cases, it will be even tripled as well. So you have to be careful about this aspect.

  1. Track your kids and family: 

Whenever you go on vacations and trips, you should always have an eye on your kids. I’m stressing this because kids still have a tendency to play and while they play they disappear from our site.

So, as you are visiting TCI, you should take proper care of your kids. You can keep wearable tracking devices on them so that you’ll exactly know where to find them even in crowded spots.

  1. Carry a medical kit:

Kids always play with different things. No matter how much you say, kids will still be kids. They will have scrapes, falls, and bruises while playing. So, as a parent, you have to carry a medical kit with you to quickly first aid them in those cases.

As you are traveling to the beach space, you have to pack enough bandages, disinfection spray, and some medicines which are needed.

Bonus:

Always use banks to withdraw Amount:

In most of the tourist spots, the skimming is a quite common practice. So, you have to take care of safety. Even in TCI, some rare ATMs are manipulated, and they copy the data and all the required information on the card unnoticeably.

Even though there are not too many scams registered in TCI but taking precautionary measure are helpful for you in travel.

Conclusion:

These are the 10 family safety tips you have to follow for a hassle-free trip to the Turks and Caicos. By following these 10 crucial tips you can safeguard your family on any trip.

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