Keep Your Kids Safe on Holiday

 

Making sure your little ones have the best time on holiday is a priority for any parent. But to do this you have to keep them safe and sound too. With so many things to think about before you go away, it can be hard to remember everything. These simple tips can really help everyone to have a great time on your upcoming trip and avert any disasters.

Travel Insurance

This might not be something your children will know you’ve done for them, but it’s something you should never forget. Hopefully, nobody will be ill while you’re away, but if your child does have a fall or feels unwell, it’s always good to know any help they need will be covered. Even if you have health insurance at home, it’s unlikely to cover you while in another country, meaning you could be paying hundreds or thousands for treatment. Take a look at https://www.uhcsafetrip.com to explore packages and find the one that suits your needs best.

 

Sun Cream

You probably already know how important sun cream is, but you need to reapply it often throughout the day. If your kids are going to be swimming and splashing around, make sure your sunscreen is waterproof and you spray some more on their skin whenever they come out of the pool or the sea. Sunburns can be painful and dangerous, but they don’t just happen on bright days. If you’re going to be out and about all day, you need to use sunscreen even if it’s cloudy or raining.

 

Stay Close

Your kids will be thrilled to have a bit of independence while you go away, but you should keep a close eye on them at all times. Whether they’re in the pool, building sandcastles or out on the balcony, never stray too far. There are lots of unexpected things that could go wrong, but by staying close you can step in before any disasters happen.

 

Have a Plan

While it might seem unthinkable, your kids should always know what to do if they get lost. Explain who they should contact, like a policeman or a hotel receptionist, or where they should wait. This helps them to make the best decision should they lose sight of you and reduces the risk that they’ll panic. In most cases, you won’t be more than a few feet away and you’ll soon be reunited anyway.

 

Pack a First-Aid Kit

Your travel insurance will cover any major illnesses, but it’s always good to have plasters and antiseptic cream on hand for cuts and scrapes. Kids are always running about and grazing their knees, so you’ll need to have some supplies on hand. Extras like insect repellent and aloe vera gel can help them to feel more comfortable too. After all, itchy bites or a prickly sunburn can easily start tantrums. You don’t want the little things to spoil what could be one of the best trips of their lives.

 

 

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Anna

Anna

Hi, I’m Anna, a travel loving wife to Tristan and Mother to 6 year old twins Poppy and Tabitha, their 3 year old sister Matilda, and together we are Twins and Travels.

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