Plan Your Travel Choice
At the hotel: Ask about
environmental policies and practices.
Language: Learn a few words of the
local language and use them.
Dress: Read up on local
conventions and dress appropriately. In many countries, modest dress is
Behavior: Be respectful of local
citizens’ privacy. Ask permission before entering sacred places, homes, or
Photos: Be sensitive , when and
where you should take photos/video of people. Always ask first.
Environment: Respect the natural
environment. Never touch or harass animals. Always follow designated trails.
Support conservation by paying entrance fees to parks and protected sites.
Animal products: Never buy crafts
or products made from protected or endangered animals.
Pay the fair price: Don’t engage
in overly aggressive bargaining for souvenirs.
Your ticket contains important
information about your flights. You need to be aware of the terms, conditions
and limitations that apply to your ticket.
To board the plane you need a boarding pass, your boarding pass will be issued
when you present your ticket at the airport check-in desk. If you are holding an
e-ticket your boarding pass will be issued once you show photographic
If you are travelling internationally you need a passport. an d visas..
Health Precautions and Medical Considerations
Health precautions are recommended for
travel to some countries. . Your doctor can advise if inoculations or
medications are required or recommended. If you are taking medicines you should
carry the original and a copy of your doctor's prescription and keep all
medication in your hand baggage.
We recommend that you take a travel
insurance. You can buy Travel Insurance online, or ask us for more information
Make sure that you are aware of the
baggage allowances that applies to your ticket. It is important that you pack
your baggage and label your baggage both inside and out with your name and home
address and our details in at all your travel destinations.. All old destination
stickers and tags must be removed from all baggage. Certain articles cannot be
carried in your baggage. These are classified as dangerous goods please check or
contact us office for the list.
Never carry baggage for other people.
Unwary travellers have been duped into carrying bags and parcels containing
drugs and other prohibited items. It is wise to lock all your bags and never
leave them unattended.
At the Airport
Please check in 3 hours before the departure time or as the our local office may
advices.Our representative shall be at Airport to receive you and assist you.
Your boarding pass
Your allocated seat
As many airports do not make boarding
calls, you should always monitor the departure boards for updated information on
your flight, such as departure and boarding times and gate numbers.
When you fly internationally you need to
pass through immigration, customs and security procedures before you can depart.
Allow plenty of time to complete these formalities.
Security procedures, for international
travel, can involve metal detectors, baggage inspection machines (these are
quick and routine and will not spoil normal photographic film) and bag searches.
Duty Free Shopping
Duty free shopping is available for
international customers at most airports. Shops are usually located both before
and after immigration and may also be available upon arrival. You should always
check the duty free allowances of the country you are visiting as they can vary.
In The Air
Your cabin crew will direct you to your
seats as you enter the aircraft. Seat numbers are located at eye level above the
All flights are non-smoking and you are
required to keep your seat belt fastened whilst seated, even after the 'fasten
seat belt' sign has been switched off.
On arrival at an International airport
you will need your passport with more than 6 month validity, valid visa and a
completed Passenger Card to present at the Immigration counter.
At stops prior to your destination if you
are in 'transit'. If you leave the aircraft, make sure you take all documents
and valuables with you,.including your boarding pass.and passport.
Your baggage will be available for
collection in the arrivals hall. Simply look for your flight number to indicate
which carousel to collect your baggage from.
If you are unable to locate your baggage do not hesitate to ask ground staff for
assistance. Trolleys are available in the baggage collection areas of most
airports. There may be a small charge for use, usually in the local currency.
Customs and Quarantine
Due to custom and quarantine
requirements, countries, require you to declare certain goods upon arrival. We
recommend you check the restrictions before travelling internationally.. Random
baggage inspections are standard procedure at all international airports.
At the airport our Representative will be
waiting for you outside the gate to receive you and escort you to the hotel.