Traveling to new destinations is always a fun and exciting time. And coming to beautiful, sunny Ventura County, California won’t disappoint you. There are tons of fun attractions and sites to see such as the following:
- Beach parks
- Golf Courses
- Gold Courses
- Wine Trails
But there are some things that you will want to do before coming here from New York City or some other far away city in the U.S. And also, there are some things you’ll want to have ready if you decide to come here from out of the country.
Here Are Three Things To Consider Before Traveling To Ventura, CA And Staying In Hotels Downtown:
1) Whether You’re Coming From NYC Or From Another Country: Think About Travel Vaccinations
Travel clinics are becoming more and more popular lately. What is great about a travel vaccinations clinic, is that it helps to prevent you from getting any diseases that maybe your body wouldn’t be ready for since you are coming from a foreign area. The CDC recommends that you get travel shots based on your age level. As an adult, you may need a travel immunization based on a few factors such as lifestyle, your age, different health conditions, your job, and any prior vaccines you may have gotten.
Travel vaccines are great for preventing diseases like Hepatitis A & B, Flu or Influenza, Mumps, Rubella, Whopping Cough, Measles, and Chicken Pox. With over 225,000 people having to be in hospital care because of the flu each year, be sure to think about getting a travel shot before you come down to beautiful Ventura. If you are coming from the East Coast there are a few great NYC travel clinics to stop by first before flying out to the West Coast.
2) If Coming From A Different Country, You May Need To Get A Green Card Physical
A green card physical is sometimes needs when a person travels to the United States from another country. Typically the person would need to print out the Form I-485 to get started. It’s imperative that for your green card to get approved, that your medical exam and physical be given by an approved USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) physician. Then once completed your travel surgeon will stamp and seal your Form I-693 and approve you for your green card! Beautiful Downtown Ventura Hotels are just around the corner after that!
3) Plan Out Which Hotels Are The Best For Your Unique Preferences
With there being so many wonderful places to visit in Ventura, it can be hard to choose which place to go first. We recommend finding a hotel closest to all of the attractions you want to visit most. Trip Advisor gives great rates for Ventura County Hotels so definitely check them out first and then Hotels.com. If you like the beach, be sure to book a hotel closest to the water. If you like to golf, there are many hotels near golf courses so you can be either a walk or a short drive to the green!
Hopefully you take the above advice to heart, and we wish you the happiest stay at the hotel you choose, and very safe travels!