19 Tips for Travel

  1. Be Flexible

you always plan for delays and try not to get upset when things inevitably go wrong. Patience is extremely important when traveling!


  1. Make a List

About a week or so before each trip, you should make a mental list of items you don’t want to forget — which you WILL forget if I don’t write them down.


  1. Learn Common Phrases of the Local Language

A simple “Please,”  ( Xahesh Mikonam) “Thank you,” (Xili Mamnoonam) and “I’m sorry”(Bebakhshid) in the local language goes a long way.

  1. Always Bring a Sarong

Sarongs can be used as a wrap when you are cold, a towel, a curtain, or a piece of clothing that can be worn dozens of different ways.

  1. Always Buy Travel Insurance

A medical emergency can wipe out your savings — or even worse. You can use and trust World Nomads for travel insurance.


  1. Make Photocopies of Important Documents


  1. Pack Extra Underwear

Undies are small and it’s always a good idea to have a few extra pairs in case of emergencies. Another option is to pack these quick-dry underwear so you can easily wash them on the road.

  1. Pre-plan Your Outfits

9.Put Electronics, Medications, Toothbrush, and an Extra Pair of Underwear in Your Carry-on

A few important items should always go in your carry-on. You can buy most of these things if your bag gets lost, but having them in your carry-on will save you money and time.

Travel budget – vacation money savings in a glass jar on world map


10.Enquire about the price BEFORE You Take Public Transportation

It’s a good idea to ask about the price before you hop on a bus, or other form of public transportation.


  1. Bring Lotion in Your Carry-on


  1. Put Your Room Number & Hotel Address in Your Phone



  1. Beware of Free Public WIFI

you always try to avoid logging into bank accounts or entering any passwords while you’re using free public WIFI at a place like an airport.

  1. Wear Sunscreen


  1. Take Plenty of Photos

They make the best souvenirs!

  1. Keep an Open Mind

Don’t judge other customs. You are a visitor. Be respectful.


  1. Leave Room for Spontaneity

Don’t plan your entire itinerary ahead of time. because those unplanned moments while traveling can be the best memories

  1. Let Someone at Home Know Your Plans


  1. Separate Your Personal Items

  1. Separate Your Sources of Money

Don’t keep all of your cash and cards in one spot. You should hide some cash and a back up credit/bank card in a separate bag .

  1. Travel First Aid Kit


You should  pack up a small first aid kit with aspirin, Benadryl, cold meds, Tums, cough drops, bandages, Activated Charcoal pills (these are a life saver for traveler’s diarrhea and minor allergic reactions), Neosporin, and other things that we may not always have easy access to when traveling.

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