Traveling to USA? 5 important tips for the stylish Nigerian woman

by - Thursday, September 14, 2017

Traveling to USA? 5 important tips for the stylish Nigerian woman

It's that time of the year again and a lot of people are beginning to plan for the holidays. It is going to be another beautiful time to dispel the stress, the work burn outs and all of the things that get us working round the clock. Beautiful, isn't it?

This is probably the first time you will be traveling to USA; little wonder this blog title ticks all your fancy checklist. This blog post (in collaboration with TravelStart) is also going to be resourceful even if you aren't traveling to USA for the first time.

There are a number of things you should take care of before embarking on your trip, an international one as that. In fact, the stylish Nigerian woman is thoroughly equipped so that she doesn't have panics and regrets. You are going to be making this trip in style, having tips to ease you and make this happen is definitely worth it.

Here are 5 important tips for you if you are traveling to USA this season:

1. Have a handy pack in your hand bag

Many unforeseen things might happen during international trips. You might not be able to get your bags as soon as you want them, they might even become missing, anything. It is always advisable to have your handy pack contain a toothbrush, a dry sponge, extra clothes that can be folded into very small sizes, baby wipes and a sanitary pad. You don't want to spend the first few hours in USA looking for where to get a sanitary pad. Not only is having things not work out well destabilizing, it can affect the entirety of your vacation.

2. Be comfortable

You will be spending approximately 13- 14 hours on your flight to USA from Nigeria so get comfortable in the most stylish way you can. You want to take pictures, yes. You can be comfortable still. Don't go for anything too tight or oversized enough to get you unnecessarily self-conscious. If you must go for heels, get the shortest you can walk fast in if you have to. Otherwise, flats and sandals are the best.

3. Be sure to have worn your travel shoes at least once

It's okay to want to travel all new, there is an aura of confidence you exude when you are coming in 'brand new'. You however should be free enough to walk well. Foot wears can be ridiculously unpredictable. The stylish Nigerian woman is prepared. Make sure you have worn it at least once to be able to vouch that it won't cause discomfort in your feet after a while.

4. Tuck your expensive jewelry safely until you are settled in

You don't want a mess at the airport. You can never tell who is capable of stripping off your precious jewelry. You are in transit; you don't want to worry about all of that. This goes for expensive earrings, wristwatches, hand bands and even hair accessories. Be as simple as you can. You really can be simple and chic.

5. Plan your travel to USA very early

Last minute rush, late flight bookings etc. can get you into panic and even cause you to overshoot your travel expense. A stylish woman is prepared; she never has to be taken unawares because she left some important detail unchecked. You can even find cheap flights to USA with Travelstart  if you have planned yourself way ahead of time. You don't have to
 get into rush season.

Try to get things you will need way ahead of time too. A power bank for example will help you keep your phone charged. Having to look for where to charge your phone as soon as you get to USA can be challenging, stressful too.

Here you go, 5 important tips for you to make your traveling to USA one of the best experiences ever. Do you have any other tips? You've had your vacation in USA and think you have other relevant tips to get the stylish Nigerian woman as comfortable as she can be? Please share with us in the comments section.

Have a fabulous traveling experience.

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  1. You shared very helpful tips on here. I just visited the travelstart site and saw the services that offer but couldn't find charges for their services.

    1. Thank you for reading, Chioma. I'd get to TravelStart to ask for where to get their price listings.

  2. These are really brilliant tips! Thanks so much for sharing!!