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Your Tatiks and Papiks are Safe with SVH Travel

You may have seen our latest reel on Instagram where we show our Chief of Operations, Edwin, placing Apple AirTags on our guests’ lanyards with the caption, “How to make sure you don’t lose your Armenian seniors in Cabo.”

The post is definitely meant to be lighthearted and fun. I mean, the idea is ingenious and is also pretty funny right? Of course, there is a little bit of truth in every joke. Senior travelers with language barriers do present the risk of wandering off and possibly getting lost while exploring a foreign country. 

We obviously don’t want that happening with any of our loyal SVH Travelers. Additionally, we don’t want any prospective travelers to miss out on exploring and discovering new places because of this fear or worry. Age and language should not be barriers to experiencing all the beauties of the world! That’s why during our cruise to Cabo, we took extra precautions with some of our higher-risk guests. 

Firstly, all of our guests had lanyards with name badges. These badges included their name and our group itinerary on the front. On the back of the badge was emergency contact information, with the text, “I don’t speak English or Spanish. Can you please call my contacts below?” written in both English and Spanish.

For our higher-risk guests who didn’t have access to international cellular data, we placed Apple AirTags in their badge holders. These AirTags were paired with Edwin’s phone. That way, he was able to track the guests’ locations the entire time.

Our guests’ safety is, of course, our number one priority. We go above and beyond to ensure that our SVH Travelers are taken care of. So what are you waiting for? Send you tatik and papik on their dream vacation with peace of mind.

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