Solo Travel Tips

By Pabby | Jun 1, 2021

Hello guys,

Myself Prabhanjan. Below I have shared some tips to follow while travelling solo...

Always go on solo trip with at least following these tips,

1. Carry very minimal number of clothes and according to the weather of your destination. Remove a pair or two from your final luggage.
2. Plan and be prepared for spending 2x of your actual budget.
3. Do not carry much cash in hand, use your ATM card/Digital payment as often but keep the track on your spendings.
4. Research about the places you are about to visit much in prior. Mainly your stay, nearby attractions. This will help save your precious time during your trip.
5. Never ever miss the must visit attractions.
6. Book your place of stay in advance. (I prefer Airbnb, OYO)…
7. No precious jewellery please.
8. Taste the local eateries.
9. Always maintain time consciousness.
10. Do carry a small torch, an umbrella, & medicines with you.
11. Sunscreen, Sunglasses, Hat/Cap, tissues, sanitizer will always help.
12. If you intend to travel outside any city limits, carry water bottle and some packaged food with you.

There is a famous saying “When the Sun goes down, you go down” :P
Definitely not at all the places but, most of them.

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Written by Pabby
My name is Prabhanjan. If it’s tough to spell, you’ll can always call me Pabby First of all, I would like to tell you people how I reached to the website headline “my_life_destiny_rules“. Since we are bound to destiny, I went with the headline mentioned. And since “Time” is one of the most important substance of all our lives, I went with the website name “travelintimes“. Traveling always fascinated me right from childhood. I always like to explore new places and things. I love to travel both with my friends and solo. I’m an Engineer by profession. Now since I’m earning and plus that the age is on my side, wil... Read more

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