Stay updated with local weather forecasts and avoid traveling to areas prone to heavy rainfall and flooding.
Carry waterproof jackets, umbrellas, and rain covers for your belongings to stay dry during sudden downpours.
Opt for accommodations with proper drainage systems and flood prevention measures.
Steer clear of riverbanks, hilly terrain, and low-lying areas during heavy rains to avoid flash floods.
Keep emergency contact numbers, local authorities' details, and a map handy in case of evacuation or emergencies.
Try to travel during daylight hours to have better visibility and avoid potential risks on the road.
Before embarking on a journey, confirm road conditions and possible road closures due to landslides or flooding.
Drive cautiously, reduce speed, and maintain a safe following distance to prevent accidents on slippery roads.
Even in the rain, it's essential to stay hydrated. Carry a reusable water bottle to ensure you drink enough fluids.
Pack a basic emergency kit with first-aid supplies, medications, power banks, and non-perishable food items.