This is a simple precautionary guide meant for those travelers who are explorers by heart or at least secretly wish to be. The men and women donâ€™t just travel using the travel guide as a Bible, but the in-depth secrets of men which resides in the conscience of the natives only whispered by voices not louder than a squirrelâ€™s chitter.
1. Reserve - Though the trip may be spontaneous always book the flight tickets along with the stay. Though the concept of a completely unplanned trip is the wet dream of many without the framing of any strategy the dreams rarely begin. The very concept to materialize needs ground work and booking even though it may be seen as an orthodox method it saves and allows the budget to be spent for other purposes and its not committing to a timetable cause mostly all of them provide leeway or breathers not actually damaging the wallet.
2. â€śWhere are you?â€ť â€“ The unfortunate incidents always happen to the most precautionary it always seems so, this is probably because they live to tell about it. Ok, that was a bit cynical but telling someone outside the group and staying in touch may be a life saver. This is a mandate which you have to live by if traveling alone. From the small accidents to losing of documents leads to the gravest of depths of oneâ€™s imagination especially in those adventurous areas which have a sense of danger and generally do. Calling up a family member or even asking a person from the hotel or lodge to just check up on you in a few days. This is that one precaution that will actually worth it.
3. Emergency fund â€“ for my fellow brothers who make trips, which include gambling and stripers or both. All trips which include getting high or some sorts of explosion of sanity requires a last outburst need a emergency fund. Just in case there is a requirement of little extra cash or in case you loose track of money, such as loss of wallet or getting mugged. This is just safety needed just in case.
4. To trust or not to trust â€“ The people are just people but getting charged extra or or paying for a guide who doesnâ€™t show up is a very common happening at all places. This is a blind trust game where you better hope that your gut instincts are right. But remember to ask for credentials places which are dependent on tourism generally have organized safety for their tourists and support their stay. Letâ€™s not forget that tourism is a business and safety along with compliance goes a long way in in advertising the place for further business.
5. Local guidance â€“ asking the receptionist or the attendant, for some tips is something that we overlook and brush it of as though it was useless banter. Donâ€™t forget they are the locals they know their home they know whatâ€™s good and whatâ€™s not.