Going on vacation? Head to the doctor’s office first, experts say
Canadians going on exotic vacations may be forgetting a key part of their travel preparations: a trip to the doctor. Experts say less than a third of travellers seek medical advice before taking off, putting them at risk for unpleasant and potentially dangerous illnesses, infections and parasites.
Access to air travel for people with disabilities has deteriorated over the past five years, says a report commissioned by the Australian government, while in contrast trains, buses and ferries have become easier to use.
Tour operator Thomson announced the launch of its “adults-only” resorts, becoming the first mainstream travel company to do so. The move comes after a recent survey found 79 per cent of respondents’ holidays have been affected by other people’s children.