Things you should consider before you travel
1. organize your trip
You should properly plan your trip before you make this decision.
2. Choose a suitable air line for your budget
Find a suitable air line ( Example farewaise and comfort, easy boading , meal package and moreover what are the transit destinations.
3. Make a Packing List
Prepare a List that you will bring with you along on your journey. Ex: Jackets , shoes and medicine , water bottle, slippers , crocs
So you wont miss left anything at home.
4. Check your Reservations
Make sure that you always double check with all your reservations are valid and available on time.
this can help you to aviod delays and mis-communications. You will not have trouble when you arrive at place where you traveling.
5. Plan how many days on a perticular destination
Just to make sure that when you plan to stay in a place, you should know howmany days could be enough to make your visits on that destination. Based on that you can visit many places in a short period of time.
6. Check Language ability
make some reserach about the place that you visiting is comfortable to communicate. Otherwise you need some guidance to reach things out.
So you can arrange in advance.
7. Get yo know about the Destination place
Most travelers they do this before hand. make sure you google the place that you visiting
and based on that you can decide that you going with a travel partner or group.
which will be ideal for you and to enjoy the real feeling of the atmostphere.
8. Take a Goog camera and make some Nice photos
Always carry a good camera, either Go pro to make the journey memorable. Take some classic photos and added to you Travel Albums or share in social media or with among friends.
Do you have to be rich to travel the world?
The beauty of travel is that it’s accessible to everyone, in some form. You don't have to go far to experience a new culture. Plus there are several ways to make most flights affordable, whether by being flexible, searching on new websites like Skypicker and Fareness, or just by planning ahead. Know the best time to book a flight: 57 days in advance for domestic flights, 117 for international. Then again, you could just make traveling the world your 9-to-5.
What are some common items savvy travelers bring with them (that less-savvy travelers don’t)?
Don’t forget a small power strip—ideal for sharing a crowded outlet in an airport, and a simple way to keep all devices close by once at a hotel.
(Combine that with a Zolt—which powers a laptop and two devices with a charger the size of a lipstick—and it’s even handier.) Keep a photograph of your luggage and passport on your smartphone; lose either of them, and you’ll be grateful for the reference. Pack a scarf—always. And since calling Nespresso coffee is an insult to baristas everywhere, the best in-room alternate is the Aeropress, a nifty gizmo that’s portable, light, and makes killer morning joe almost anywhere.
Where are the best places to travel alone?
Well, we certainly don't recommend Tahiti, where there's an all-but-constant reminder at every juncture that you are alone, a sad friendless figure lurking amid the glowing honeymooners. There are a few places, though, where visiting solo is a bonus, not a burden: notably cruises, yoga retreats, and treks across Europe.
How do you pack a suit?
Don’t wear that suit if you want it to arrive wrinkle-free. Instead, heed the advice of our style editor, Jayna Maleri: "Hold your jacket in front of you, with the front facing you, and fold length-wise in half away from you (so the buttons are on the fold and the shoulders are touching). Then carefully turn one shoulder inside out, and wrap it over the other shoulder (you'll know you're on the right track if the lining is now on the outside). Then fold the jacket one more time, in half width-wise. Fold your trousers carefully in half (use their natural crease as your guide), then place the folded jacket on top of them, near the knees. Fold the pants carefully around the jacket, and pack the bundle in the bottom of your luggage. Follow these steps and we promise, it won’t need a frantic steaming in the hotel shower."
What’s the best way to sleep on a plane?
Some seasoned travelers might swear by that knockout cocktail known as an Ambientini (a sleeping pill with a vodka chaser). There are better, safer ways, though—including pre-flight exercise and a few drops of lavender essential oil.
What are some of the best travel locations that most people have not heard of?
We’re all keen to explore countries and destinations that are unspoiled or unexpected, even if we’re probably still subconsciously following trends. (This year, Myanmar, Mozambique’s Bazaruto Archipelago, and Sri Lanka are some of our planned far-flung getaways.) But we'd also like to reframe this question: What are some of the best destinations you haven't heard of in well-known, heavily trafficked cities? Paris, perhaps, or London? Consider somewhere reasonably central, but slightly under the radar—say, Canal St. Martin in Paris and Shoreditch in London. They're easy to reach and a offer a wonderful "wow"moment of discovery.