7 Solo Travel Mistakes to Avoid
Solo travelling is growing rapidly in the 21st century. As our monotonous regular lives become more depressing, solo travel becomes a good option to spend some time with ourselves. Solo travel offers many opportunities to revive and revitalize. However, while travelling solo, one need to take care of many things to avoid struggles while jaunting some of them are listed below 7 Solo Travel Mistakes to Avoid–
1. Don’t avoid your own company.
Solo travelling is generally focused on meeting new people. It is not a bad idea to make new friends while travelling but spending ample amount of time with you is something to look out for while travelling alone. Imagine, relaxing on a couch while doing nothing at all, in one of the best hotels of Kerala or delving into your favorite book for hours while relaxing on the cushy bed of any backpacking hotel of Karnataka can certainly be extremely soothing!
2. Plan everything properly with the mindset of executing every task on your own
Adventure activities, trekking, heritage tours or any other exciting activity, strategize and book things with the intention of managing everything without any external help. Be ready to enjoy and relish every moment of your Solo trip unaided!
3. Avoid getting too much intoxicated.
Keep a tab on your drinks intake as you would be the only one responsible for your every activity. Staying active and in senses is a better way to enjoy in a solo trip.
4. Avoid overlooking the potential dangers.
The potential risks involved in travelling solo could never be overlooked. Stay Awake and stay active to not let your happiness turn into sadness.
5. Ensure you have made proper reservations.
Wasting your travel time by standing alone in long lines is almost unendurable. So, it is better to make proper reservations for everything that is possible beforehand so that you have maximum time to enjoy your sightseeing rather than standing in the queue.
6. Don’t run out of paper money.
Cashless is a nice way to go but having no money in your pocket can become a bit fearsome at times when you are travelling solo. Asking strangers for help could at times become dangerous so make sure you have enough cash in hand while travelling.
7. Smartly avoid paying single supplement charges while traveling.
One of the main problems while traveling solo is the single supplement charge you’ll meet on cruises and tours. Hence, find out smart ways of getting these charges waived or ways to ditch these charges, while planning your journey. One of the best ways to avoid such charges is by booking a good backpacking hotels in India or anywhere you go. Solo travelling in South India is quite safe and enjoyable. South offers many options to relax, enjoy and relish every moment of the trip. However, it is advised to take proper care while travelling alone, from safe hotels to proper reservations, everything should be kept in mind while setting off for a solo trip.