Observe safety is our main concern in everything we do. Especially when we travel.
There are main things to consider to observe safety during travel.
First, check the do’s and don’ts of the place you are intending to go to. Remember that a country’s rules and regulations may differ at some point from the other’s. Some are open to about photographing almost anything under the sun in their place, while others are not.
Checking every country’s rules and regulations for travelers can be easily researched through the Internet.
Second, never forget the contact details of your embassy, your family, and friends. Aside from your mobile phones, write the contact details of important people in your life in your notepad and bring it with you at all times. Never set the idea aside that untoward incident can happen, and this may include losing your mobile phone and all the contact details in it. So better have them written on your notepad as well.
Third, never hesitate to ask information from the hotel management you are staying in or a local tourism officer in the country you are staying. They will tell you outright what places to avoid at least and what places are best to visit. They won’t let a tourist mug while in their premises, right? Lest, it will bring a bad image to their place, and specifically, to their name.
And lastly but equally important, hold your phone with GPS with you at all times. You don’t want to get lost in a new place and wonder if anybody could find you at all. Just make sure your phone is fully-charged because a dead phone is a useless phone when you are lost.