Solo traveling tips

Traveling alone can be a life-changing experience, it teaches you about yourself and you discover in your own company. But it is important to keep the following recommendations in mind when traveling on your own.

-Keep in touch with your family or friends at home. Let them know where you are traveling, the numbers they can contact you. Keeping them on top of everything is always a good idea.

-If possible travel during the day and avoid dark hours.

-Learn basic words of the language of the place you are traveling to, not having communication with the locals can be a disadvantage.-Don’t let people know you travel alone

-Write important phone numbers apart, this is in case of theft, you will have a way to contact someone who can help you.

-Prepare medicines that you need in case of illness to be able to assist yourself well.

-If possible take cash and a portable charger with you

Travel Tips for Beginners

1. Research in advance about the place you visit, this will help you to know well what kind of clothes to wear, public transport and the gastronomy of the place.

2. Always carry a little more money than budgeted. This will help you in an emergency or unforeseen situations.

3. Always have a plan B. You may have planned to visit the beach, but it could rain, so think about what else you could do instead.

4. Make a schedule, this will help you organize and take advantage of the days of your trip

5. Reserve your parking with B2P, you will save money and say goodbye to the stress of finding parking at the airport.

Do’s and Don’ts of traveling

Traveling abroad can be one of the best experiences you can have but it can also be very stressful if things are not done well. We leave you a list of the things you should do and what not to do so that your trip is smooth and calm.

DO Photocopy Your Passport

DO Use Your Room Safe

DO Try New Foods

DO Check Out The Culture

DO Learn the lingo 

DO Pack Layers

DO be aware of your surroundings, and watch for suspicious people or vehicles.

DO make a note of your passport number, your credit-card numbers and the phone number to call in case you need to report it stolen and cancel it.

DO be alert for staged distractions, an accomplice can steal your valuables and walk away while you are momentarily distracted.

DON’T Let Your Phone Roam

DON’T Spend Too Much Time In Your Room

DON’T carry and flash large sums of cash

DON’T look like a tourist by dressing like one, appearing lost or consulting a map in public.

DON’T visit dangerous locations, or walk in unfamiliar, isolated or dimly lit areas, especially at night.

DON’T leave valuable items in public view; that includes your passport as much as your iPhone.

DON’T store cash, jewelry, medicine or other valuables in your luggage