We are actively monitoring the discussions in Congress over federal funding, and the potential impact on our tours visiting Federal Sites & National Parks across the United States.

Without an agreement between the House, Senate and White House, the government will shut down on Saturday September 30, 2023 at midnight. The impact to our Tours will be limited to those visiting some Federal Sites & National Parks across the country. Some states including Utah, Arizona and Colorado have indicated that they will provide the necessary funding to keep the National Parks operating. Other states are considering similar measures.

If we are unable to operate or your tour is altered due to the government shutdown, we will contact you directly prior to departure.

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Why Bring a Travel First AID Kit?

by Allison Faria

August 15, 2016

1 minute read

Image yourself sitting on a sunny beach with clear blue skies and your toes in the sand. Something that is so perfect could turn into a disaster in a minute if you’re not prepared.

Most of us don’t think it’s necessary to have a first aid kit taking up space in our already overstuffed suitcase, but adding this one tiny bag to your packing list could make or break your holiday.

Travelling to different countries effects everyone differently, but don’t take the risk! Just like your suitcase, don’t over pack your first aid kit and keep it to the basic necessities. To help you know what you should and should not have with you, we put together this simple packing list for your travel emergency kit.

What to Include in Travel First Aid Kit

  • Health insurance card
  • (either your regular plan or supplemental travel health insurance plan) and copies of claim forms)
  • Prescribed Medications
  • Pain pills
  • Pepto Bismol
  • Band-Aids
  • Multivitamin
  • Anti-Diarrhea Meds
  • Anti-itch Cream
  • Antibacterial Gel
  • Motion Sickness Tablets
  • Electrolyte Replacements
  • Blister Strips
  • Wound cleaning
  • Water Purifying Tablets
  • Altitude Sickness Tablets

*You can purchase a pre-made travel first aid kit for under $20 from amazon.com.

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