A lot of stuff, like local street cuisine, taxis, tips, etc. can only be availed with cash. It is not always that cards or cheques are accepted. That is why experts advise a card-to-cash ratio of 75:25.
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While travelling during summer, do not forget to carry some emergency medications and keep yourself hydrated. Here are few important things to keep in mind if you are planning a trip this summer season.
From knowing where the convenience stores are to getting a local number with an internet connection and grabbing a hard copy of the map you are visiting, here handy travel advice you won’t get on the Internet.
From packing culturally suitable clothes to learning the local language, here are expert tips on how to find out the most interesting things about a place and, ultimately, have the best time.
Make sure that the hotel is well equipped with all the basic and some add-on amenities like larger rooms, separate bathroom with a pocket door, laundry service, room wifi, parking and take away service.
From Indonesia to Costa Rica, there are four exotic places in the world where Indian currency has a better exchange rate and you can have more fun by spending less. So go ahead and enjoy your perfect holiday destination this summer.
Understanding your fitness levels is important to get the maximum out of your adventure. Do not put your health at risk by trying something that you are clearly not capable of.
Planning a solo trip? Here are a couple of things that you should keep in mind before taking a trip alone. Don't leave your house unprepared. Do your homework and try to get as much knowledge as you can get about the places you are planning to visit.
Before going on a trip during rainy season, it is important to carry the right tools and instruments to save your belongings like cellphone and wallet from drenching. Carry zip lock bags, umbrellas, mosquito repellents and waterproof backpacks, suggest experts.
If you are planning a vacation during this hot summer, follow these steps and go easy with what you take along.