As we wait for the green light to travel again, here are some tips of things you can be doing now to prepare:
- Check your passport. Make sure you have at least six months validity beyond the date you plan to return to the U.S. If your passport is due to expire in 2021, renew it now.
- Talk with a travel professional. Ask questions. Do informational interviews. Find the best fit for you and your travel style.
- Book 2021 holiday trips ASAP. You don’t need to pay for the whole trip now. Book now and save yourself headaches and cost increases.
- Be flexible and optimistic. As we’ve learned, things can change on a moment’s notice.
Cathleen Richards ’09, Oswego Alumni Association Board of Directors member and owner of Curated by Cath LLC, a specialty travel company during her “The Current Landscape of Travel” Webinar in April
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