Author: Shiv Rajvanshi, Freelance Writer
Solo travel is an only one of its kind experience that gives you the lavishness to do what you really want to do, without depending on others. It’s an opportunity to break free and try something amazing out of your placate zone. It’s exciting, challenging, and thrilling at the same time.
1. Safety begins before you start your trip – Information is very important. Only your knowledge can protect you from the danger of mis-information, unleavened individuals or naively wandering into an unsafe area. Or the health problems you could face if you don’t know the necessary vaccinations for your destination.
2. Make a small bundle of luggage – Always remember while you’re travelling alone make your luggage bungle at least only with necessary things.
3. Your strengths and weaknesses – If you’ve traveled a lot but have never made a solo trip then you have different issues to resolve. There are so many websites to know about the solo trips. I personally advice to solo travelers to know their strengths and weakness while travelling alone to make their trip adventures.
4. Choose your destination – Choose your destination very carefully to keep the safety first in your mind in mind. Make sure the safety intensity of your destination meets your personal travel safety needs.
5. Calendar your arrival during hours of daylight. The first stop for maximum travelers in a new destination is their hotel or resort. WhatI suggest that you arrive in the mid-afternoon so that you can really see what kind of area you’ve chosen. You can find a safe are better in the hours of day light.
6. Read and check a map before you go. For me this is an obvious step to check maps generally before travelling. But even those who do not like maps are personally advised to look at one and get the lay of the land.
7. Stay alert – While it’s astonishing to sink into a destination, luxuriating in its ethnicity, it’s also important to be aware of what’s going. Be aware of your surroundings at all times.
8. Walk with confidence – However there are other circumstances where you want to walk like a local, as if you know exactly what you’re doing and where you’re going. You don’t want to look like a tourist. That requires that you walk with confidence
9. Know how to get help if needed – If you carry a phone, learn the local emergency number, and learn to say help in the local language where you are staying, that can draw a line between you and any danger.
10. Stay Safe – Eat safe, travel safe, leave the stress, relax… Enjoy your life…