The world is not a dangerous place like the media say it is. In general, people are very generous. Most of them will go out off their way to help you.
The best experiences I had happened when I was spontaneous, without any plans or maps in my backpack. Talk with the local people, they will give you tips and places you’re travel agent never heard of.
The best way to travel is with minimum cash in your pocket. It’s always better to carry international credit card. Most of the time the cash will be enough. If not, you can always use your credit card. There are ATMs everywhere.
You can’t control anything. The only thing you can control is your reactions. Things will always happen to you, wetter you want them or not. The question is how you react to them. If you missed the bus, don’t worry, another one will come soon. If you stuck in the middle of the road, use it to your advantage, explore the area, it will made your trip. Life is too short to be worried all the time.
One off the most important things you need to know is, that if you stuck, there is always a way out, always!
Most of the people are very welcoming and love to help tourists. If you have a problem with the locale people, there’s a good chance that it’s because of you’re body language. Come with a smile and greeting, it will always do the trick. 90% of people react positively to a loosen body language.
The thing who blocks you from experience situations is your religion. Don’t Cary you’re religion in your backpack. Stay open minded. This is the best thing to do if you want to experience and understand other religions and cultures.
Don’t push many countries into a small period of time. Try to stop and smell the roses. The best experiences happen when you take the time to explore.
It’s good to have an idea, but not more than that. Too much planning kill the spontaneity.
One of the most important things to remember is to stay with open mind and except different cultures and traditions, even if they are very different from yours. It’s arrogant to think that your way of life is better than someone else’s.
This 5-day, Mid-range itinerary takes you on a journey through Tanzania’s unrivaled wildlife destinations – Tarangire, Manyara, the Crater, and the fabled Serengeti – to deliver a dramatic and diverse big game safari. Begin your adventure with the beautiful Lake Manyara with its thousands of flamingos, before moving on to encounter t
During this Round Tour we will be sight-seeing areas in the following destinations: Polonnaruwa, Minneriya National Park, Sigiriya, Kandy, Ella, Yala, Galle, Mirissa. The guests will be provided with good quality, air conditioned, comfortable vehicles with a driver-guide to help with your tour and free wi-fi.