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Six Tips for Mature Travelers

According to the U.S. Travel Association, mature travelers represented 21 percent of all leisure travelers in 2010. More and more seniors are joining tour groups in Europe, or living out dreams in far-flung adventure destinations and that's why staying safe and being prepared when traveling is now more important than ever. Robert Wheeler, in-house chief medical officer at On Call International has some tips to ensure mature travelers stay safe and are prepared for their next trip.

Research: Whether going to the library or searching the web, it is important for mature travelers to research the destination prior to the trip. Consumers should be up to date on information regarding health and safety risks (such as traveler's diarrhea and dengue fever), the availability of appropriate medical services should the need arise, suitable modes of transportation (ground, sea, air) and accommodations for the disabled traveler.
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There are four basic types of staterooms:
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