Before starting off a trip, it is always a great idea to do some research in advance in advance about the place, its weather, its culture, food etc. Thanks to internet you have access to anything and everything. So here are some travel tips that can make your trip experience more comfortable and enjoyable
Carry Your Essentials:
Make a list of all our essential items like toiletries, medicines etc. and purchase them in advance. Make sure you don’t forget anything as it will save you from the hassle of finding and buying essential items on your trip.
Do Not Carry Valuable Items:
Travelling is merely about exploring and enjoying a place, and for a better experience, it is important to have a stress-free mind. Hence if you carry precious jewellery, a lot of cash or any other expensive valuable stuff, it will throughout give you stress and keep you conscious.
Pack Your Stuff Wisely:
Do not just put anything and everything in your luggage. Trust me, almost everything important is available everywhere. There might be places where you will have to carry your luggage by yourself, hence it would be better to keep your bags light-weight, with majorly necessary items in it.
Wear Comfortable Clothes & Footwear:
It’s understood that everyone wants to look their best at trips (to get the best pictures), but one should not compromise on comfort to look good. Avoid wearing heels, uncomfortable clothes etc.
Eat Healthy Food:
Do try the local food, especially the street food, have junk food also, but with all of this, try to add healthy options in your menu as much as possible. Your body and mind will thank you for it.
Keep a Photocopy/Email of your Important Documents:
Scan a copy of your passport, any visas, and any debit/credit cards you’re travelling with. Password protect the documents and email a copy of them to yourself and a family member. If everything you own gets stolen, you can access them safely from your email account, take your copies to your embassy as proof that you’re who you say you are.
Keep Your Phone Always Charged:
Whenever you see a spare power socket, charge your tech. You never know there might be an emergency and you run out of battery. Also, carry a power bank with in case you do not have a power socket around.