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Advice on Travelling Solo

Advice on travelling solo

Benefits to Travelling By Yourself

Have you been itching to visit a certain travel destination but don’t have someone to accompany you? No problem! Travelling solo has many benefits. Without having to consider others’ needs and opinions, you can explore on your own terms. You can visit the local attractions and sites that most interest you and experience them at your own pace. Also, if you change plans last minute you don’t have to worry about inconveniencing another person.

Take Your Safety Seriously

Despite the freedom of travelling alone, it means you don’t have an extra set of eyes watching your back. Here are some safety precautions to consider when travelling solo.

Keep to Public Places: Unfortunately, trouble is something we have to be aware of no matter where we are in the world. Keeping to public places lowers your chances of having your pocket picked.

Leave Your Travel Itinerary with a Trusted Individual: Leaving your travel itinerary with trusted friends or family is always a smart idea. In the event that something goes wrong back home, there is someone who knows where you are supposed to be and can contact you. Make sure to stay in touch regularly by phone call, texting or email.

Do Your Homework: When looking at a potential travel destination, remember it’s the job of tourism websites to make every location sound breathtaking. If someone you know has travelled to that destination prior to you, ask them about their experiences and what they liked and dislike. Online forums can also be great for getting a more accurate portrayal of a location.

Blend in: When travelling alone, standing out isn’t necessarily a great idea. Avoid wearing expensive tech or jewellery and be inconspicuous with any cash you may be carrying. These precautionary measures can prevent you from being the victim of stolen items.