First International Trip
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Whether you have travelled lot in India as no part of Indi is left in your list visit. There is something so special about taking that first ever international trip. The vibe is all together so different and lovable Travelling abroad is so chilling, the feeling is so refreshing and exciting.
For the person like me who wants to explore the whole world, it all starts with that first trip. You must have visited so many places and have explored, you need to be a little extra with your preps when it comes to travelling to your first International destination.
If you are planning to travel abroad this holiday season like Christmas and New Year and it is your first ever International trip then here are some things you need to keep in your mind.
Be Passport Ready
It is best to get your passport done and updated. Don’t take that last-minute stress so no tatkal services should b there if you want to stay in peace… A lot of international bookings also ask for your passport details so keep it ready. Once you get your passport then you are ready for travel..
If you lose your passport abroad?
Keeping a copy of passport in your bag will help you lot. Head to the police station and file a complain. Then take the police report to the Indian embassy and get a temporary passport. This can take about a week but it will help you travel back to your country.
You Should Learn About The Rules
There is nothing like too much information about the place. Start from the basics. Make sure you know about the rules, the laws. Traffic rules are very important, many places have strict traffic rules. Many places are restricted to vist as well so take a note on that also.
Make sure you don’t have common language problem?
Learn common language like english, learn to ask about basic things. You may not be able to learn the new language overnight but this will definitely help you. It will be better if you have good knowledge of English.
Keep A Copy Of All Personal Documents
Other than your passport, you also need to keep a copy of all your other documents, like your personal ids, reservations and flight details. Keep one in your handbag and one in your luggage.
Must know about The Culture Of The Place
You don’t want to get into trouble on your very first International trip. Best to understand the culture of the place and behave accordingly. Don’t get into fights and arguments unnecessarily a it will keep you in trouble.
When it comes to exchanging money, you need go to a bank for money exchange or a well-known money exchange brand. Now you are ready to use the money.
Travel insurance may look like an added cost to you but it will help you in times you get in trouble. You never know what happens while you travel in that unknown country. It is always good to get the insurance done so that you will remain hassle free.
If it is your first international trip and you must enjoy every bit of it so create great memories but you need to be extra careful when it comes to yourself and your money and everything.
A boy taking a selfie in the snow: Ideally, you would know you’re traveling home for the holidays and have your flight, car route, hotels and other accommodations planned and booked months in advance. But life doesn’t always work out that way. Perhaps your work schedule has shifted or you got a last-minute invite to a warm-weather holiday destination and you need to plan an entire trip in two weeks or less. It may sound impossible, especially during the busiest travel days of the year. But with these 21 tips, you can travel home (or elsewhere) during the holidays at the last minute.