Going on a vacation should be fun, exciting, and worry-free. However, as we know, that's not always the case.
While a traveller's focus might be on delicious cuisine and thrilling excursions, being prepared for an emergency should also be top of mind.
Micca Vanvield, a lifestyle travel advisor, shares some tips on what traveller's should do before going on a vacation:
1. Purchase a comprehensive travel insurance package that covers the following: Cancellations, trip interruptions, baggage delays and travel accidents
2. Make sure you have cash in the currency of the country you are flying from, even at the end of your trip
4. Your credit card should have a minimum of 50 per cent of its balance at all times
5. Contact the Canadian Embassy in any country you travel to and let them know that you're in town
For more information, watch the video above.