Travel Accessories

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When we first started traveling back in the mid-90s, we were super hyped up about safety – avoiding scams, getting robbed, and making sure we had cash and backup traveler’s cheques to get us out of trouble if we lost our wallets or bags. We had money belts, neck pouches, and a couple of other repositories to stash emergency funds.

While we don’t travel with near as much cash these days, and traveler’s cheques are a thing of the past; we still take precautions to secure our funds and possessions.

Section 1 – Provides a selection of resources on travel accessories to help keep you, your money, and your possessions secure and undamaged while you travel.

Section 2 – Links to our other posts and pages relevant to travel accessories.

Of course, new products, brands, and retailers emerge all the time.

We try to keep up, but please tell us if you know of products, services, and brands you think are superior to those mentioned. We’re always excited to learn about and test new things.

Section 1 – Travel Accessory Resources

Money and Travel Document Storage


Money Belts

Neck Pouches

Hidden Compartments


Luggage locks


Chains & Fastners

Personal Safety Devices

  • Alarms
  • Whistles
  • Defence

Section 2 – Relevant Posts & Pages

Coming Soon

    • How to keep your money and travel documents safe while traveling.

What else would you like to know here? Let us know in the comments below.

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