People usually talk about what you should do on your tour and forget to tell others what not to do, which we think is more important than before. some Helpful tips and travel warnings On what not to get involved in when you travel It saves you from embarrassment or just Provide you with a more satisfying experience than i expected.
1. Don’t dine near a major tourist site
If you really want to sample the delicious and famous local cuisine of the city, never eat at the restaurants and diners sitting near the tourist attractions. Only after luring you in with the promise of the finest dining experience in town will you realize that their pricey food is only half the price of the real deal.
2. Don’t book your vacation too early
It’s good to be an early bird. But waiting for the right moment (reading deals) can save you a lot of money. Only buy airline tickets 3-4 months before your trip when they are probably the cheapest. Going on a cruise? Wait until the last minute. Agencies offer great last-minute fill-in packages for cruises and group tours, because they won’t leave with boats and buses half full.
3. Don’t be ignorant of your own body language
This is something you really need to watch out for, not only because it will get you in trouble if you don’t and make you the perpetrator of a sudden group agitation, but because it’s usually as difficult to control as we generally do. Habit without realizing it. We have listed for you some countries and what kind of signs and symbols they use there that could kick them out:
- Croatia: Don’t lift your thumb, middle, and forefinger at once, or people will think you’re a Serbian nationalist.
- Japan: Don’t call a local you meet by their first name and don’t tip.
- Turkey: Do not pick your teeth or blow your nose in public places such as restaurants and bars.
- Iran, Bangladesh and Turkey: do not show “excellent”.
- Indonesia: Do not use your left hand for important tasks such as shaking hands and accepting gifts.
- Buddhist states: Don’t touch anyone’s head.
4. Don’t cross hostels off your list of accommodation options
Against all stereotypes, the hostel is very clean, very hygienic and equipped with facilities that even most hotels don’t have. Not only are hostels affordable accommodation options, but they also pride themselves on stylish living with services like free Wi-Fi, laundry, games, bedrooms, pools, bunk beds, kitchen spaces, and even rooftop gardens.
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5. Don’t waste time just to save a few bucks
It may seem convenient to cover the distances on foot and save money, but it’s not worth it because you’ll waste time that you could have invested checking out another attraction in town. Traveling smart is essential, but not at the cost of missing out on the good experiences and arriving everywhere tired and frustrated.
6. Don’t be afraid to go off the beaten path
Don’t limit yourself to the confines of your hotel room and crowded tourist spots. You can also go out to more promising places, such as a village, town, or a small coffee shop down the street. Do your research, talk to the locals, or simply ask other travelers who’ve been to the same country about exotic (and totally safe) places to visit. You can splash down to a hidden waterfall, go trekking in the jungle, or sail away to a desert island. Explore the undiscovered and, trust us, it will turn out to be richer than any monument or museum you visit.
7. Don’t limit your travel search to popular travel portals only
Don’t just stare at the websites of the big Travel players because that will lower your chances of finding a good deal. It is not the only answer to all your trip planning (package, hotel, flight booking) concerns. Expand your horizons and check out areas that are thriving in the market even if they are not yet popular. You are more likely to find great deals and offers on these portals than on adults.
8. Don’t get addicted to your smartphones
You’re on vacation for heaven’s sake. Leave the constant urge to check your phone behind or you won’t be able to enjoy where you are now. Social media check-ins, chats, and your office work can all wait. The only kind of technology you should include on your packing list are your travel gear, like your camera and charger adapter.
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9. Don’t take pictures of people without their permission
Time and time again travelers have come across such travel warnings, but they still engage in the acts. You may think it’s cool to take candid photos (and videos) of people and tag them as “street photography,” but the subject in your frame may or may not agree with it. Always be sensitive to the situation you and the person are in and always ask first. It’s never worth getting into trouble with the locals when you’re miles away from your city or country.
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10. Don’t get around in taxis
Use public transportation as much as possible. Avoid taking taxis as they will overcharge you because you will have the word “tourist” written on your face.
11. Don’t let your phone roam
We simply turn on data roaming abroad for simple, short requirements and don’t realize we’ve incurred huge data charges until we’re back home with the bill in our hands. To avoid this, contact your network provider for an outside plan before you leave or just use the free Wi-Fi provided by your hotel.
advice: It’s not a problem to locate free Wifi these days. While Starbucks and McDonald’s always have free Wi-Fi, you may also find it in many of the small coffee shops and public parks in the destination you’re visiting!
12. Don’t take your safety for granted
Travelers usually tend to overlook safety concerns when they are in unknown countries, without realizing that it can get them into trouble in the most unexpected situations and places. For example, one should not walk alone after dark even in countries rated “safe” and “friendly”, stay in a hotel without checking its ratings beforehand, refer to a map in public, and appear lost in unfamiliar places. known, and ask hundreds of people for directions.
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13. Do not pay any foreign transaction fees to banks
Always use credit cards or ATM cards that do not incur foreign transaction fees and other additional fees when abroad.
14. Don’t wear indecent or disrespectful clothes
There are strict dress codes in the Middle East, Southeast Asian countries and Islamic countries. Always be aware of the dress code in the country you are visiting. Dressing immodestly and participating in public displays of affection in different countries can get you into bad situations with local authorities. Always be aware of the dress code in religious holy places such as Hindu and Buddhist temples, mosques, and churches. To be on the same side, always have a scarf or stole on your travel bucket list.
advice: While you are supposed to cover your head before entering a Hindu temple or ‘Gurudwara’, Buddhist temples, on the other hand, may not let you enter if you do!
15. Don’t forget to get travel insurance
You are venturing out into the unknown where anything can happen to you. From injuries to thefts to natural disasters, anything can disrupt your trip and add unnecessary costs to the problems you’re already facing. Obtaining insurance that protects you from the high costs that you would have incurred in your accidents abroad.
16. Do not exchange your currency at the airport
Airport currency exchange centers will give you the worst exchange rates. It is always better to use an ATM card, credit card or exchange shops in the markets.
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