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- While travelling during the monsoon season is to pack well. The clothing items that are essential in your bags are raincoat and umbrella. Synthetic Clothes are the best option for travelers as they dry out quickly. Don’t forget to carry rain-proof boots and luggage bags with you.
- Diseases are common during the monsoon season. A medical kit is a must in your luggage with some antibiotics. The smallest symptom of early sickness found during vacations needs to be consulted with the local doctor immediately.
- Always carry a mosquito repellent and sleep full-clothed to protect your body against mosquito bites in the night. Fever, severe cold and headache are few signs of Malaria, just be alert about it.
- Beware about the contaminated food and water. It could be a monsoon hazard. Always stick to the bottle of boiled or mineral water, eat properly cooked food, and wash fruits carefully. Better stick to hot beverages such as tea and coffee which are rather safer than cold drinks and juices.
- If you are travelling with self-owned or hired road vehicle take prior report about the weather and road conditions of the planned tourist destination. Keep spares handy while traveling long distances.
- You should keep the phone numbers of your acquaintances to make a contact if you get stuck in some flooded area in between your destination. Try to ensure that your family and friends know where you are and where you plan to go next.
- Keeping a hair dryer is an added advantage in monsoon. It helps you avoid catching a cold from wet hair and you can dry your clothes as well.
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