30
Jan

7 Pro Tips That Every Amateur Traveler Needs to Know

download (2)Are you planning your travel to an unknown place on the globe and have no idea how to go about it? Then you are in real need of a travel guide that will help you to know what you should do and should avoid while traveling on unknown shores.

1. Research about the Place

I had a great traveling experience. The first thing that I do before traveling is researching about the place. Yes, this is one of the most vital parts of traveling. You need to know the people and their culture before visiting a place. Today, everything is easily available on the internet and that makes researching quite easy.

2. Know Best Travel Routes

Secondly, you need to know the best way to travel to your destination. If you have limited time and want to make the most of the little holiday, then it is better to travel through a flight. The flights will be faster than any communication system and will make you arrive at your destination in no time. Look into all the traveling options that your destination provides you. Choose smartly, to make sure you don’t make unnecessary mistakes of spending too much money on expensive travel routes.

3. Keep Handful of Money

Always keep a handful of cash with you. Try to exchange the currency if you are traveling through a foreign country. However, never forget to carry more than you might need, as bad times or bad situations never knock your door with a warning.

4. Find Reasonable Accommodation

Check into some reasonable accommodation in the locality. You can always look up on a cheap place to live when you are traveling. Almost all hotels have visibility in major search engine results. Check all of them and then decide which place will suit your budget.

5. Be a Local

Try to get hold of a travel application to know the best places to travel nearby your accommodation. Most of the times tourists under the pressure to travel to popular tourist spots, end up missing out on exploring a beautiful place nearby their accommodation. If the application cannot offer you good information, then rely on the locals who know the place better than you and me.

6. Know the Stores

Always know the places where you can immediately access tools that are essential during traveling. There will be a time, when you will need traveling essentials, such as batteries, shoes, a pocket knife, ropes, a backpack, water bottles, a map, head gears and clothes. In such situations, a good local store which can give you all of these will be pretty helpful and on top of that, it will save you loads of time.

7. Carry a Dictionary

Carry a dictionary with you that can help you translate your language to the language which is prevalent in the place you are traveling. Nowadays, this is pretty easy when you have the internet in your palms. However, you will need a traditional dictionary if there is no internet in the place you want to travel.

Well, today traveling has become pretty easy, with good communication system developing round the clock. However, it is always better to stay ready to face any situation. You would definitely like to enjoy your traveling, so always prepare before and not after.

22
Jan

Planning The Perfect Ski Holiday

download (3)If you are a skiing enthusiast, then you definitely will be excited to go on a skiing vacation. There are many wonderful skiing destinations you can choose from depending on the exact expectations you have for the holiday. Your ski vacation will, however, be as good as your planning and it helps to ensure that you have everything worked out before traveling to the destination.

1. Have a checklist – A checklist ensures that you do not forget anything that is of importance for the ski experience. Remember to include items that you need like goggles, poles, jacket, skis, boots and helmet among others. You should, however, pack as necessary because most of the items can be hired on location and you do not need to buy new ones if you do not own any yet. For instance, skis and boards are available in most rental stores on location, but it still helps to make sure you will indeed get what you need.

2. Choose a ski resort – There are so many and you must be wise when choosing. Some terrains are suitable for advanced skiers while others are best for beginners and learners. Understand first what your skiing level is and then choose a destination that fits your needs best. The hills and the slopes should be manageable enough for you, but a little challenging to sharpen your skills but not dangerous in any way. It helps to find out what to expect from the resort before settling for one.

3. Think about ski insurance – It is overlooked by many, but if you will be tackling dangerous ski trails then you better get covered. Ski insurance should cover all activities that you intend to enjoy during the ski holiday but reasonable enough in terms of the rates. Make comparisons to get a good deal for the holiday and relax knowing you are covered in the right way.

4. Check weather reports – This is very important, especially when leaving for a skiing vacation. Snow is definitely the joy of every skier, but there are snowy conditions that are just too dangerous even for the most experienced skier. When you are up-to-date on the snow reports and also the weather forecast, it helps you get ready for the conditions or decide to wait until the situation improves for safety purposes.

5. Dress up for the conditions – It may be snowy but the temperatures vary from day to day and you should, therefore, pack wisely to ensure that all days are covered. A long jacket, neck protection, and warm mittens are some of the most precious items you can carry for the ski holiday. Consider a neck gaiter you can slip over the head to cover the neck and even pull over the mouth and nose as temperatures and conditions dictate. Choose fabrics that are moisture repelling on the outer layer and moisture wicking and breathable on the inside. You should remain comfortable to enjoy the activities.

12
Jan

Planning Your Honeymoon in Krabi

downloadPlanning your honeymoon can be a difficult process; deciding where you wish to go, what your budget is, what you are going to do and where you are going to stay. Believe it or not, some couples end up giving up and not organizing one. That, believe me, is a very bad idea. If you are one of the beliefs or one who simply decides to get married, the honeymoon is one of the best experiences during the process of tying the knot with your partner.

Krabi is one of the provinces of Thailand on the Shore of Andaman Sea. It is not very popular amongst tourists despite being a very beautiful place with a large range of activities suitable for all age groups. Therefore, in our opinion, Krabi is a perfect destination for a honeymoon with a large number of hotels where you and you are significant other could stay, activities to carry out on your honeymoon and places to see

Firstly, you need to book yourself a ferry from Phi Phi to Krabi, and a ferry from Krabi to Phi Phi, the ticket can be bought through online.

5 best hotels/resorts available in Krabi

1. Krabi Heritage Hotel: two swimming pools, free WiFi, fitness center and massage service available.

2. Golden Beach Resort: two swimming pools, hot tub, free WiFi, garden and massage service available.

3. Krabi Resort: Water sports, two swimming pools, massage service, garden, private beach and the fitness center.

4. Peace Laguna Resort: Games room, sauna, garden, fitness center, kids club, massage service, steam room, spa, two swimming pools, free WiFi.

5. Ao Nang Beach Resort: two swimming pools, free WiFi, massage service, and garden.

When you finally choose one hotel or resort to stay in, there is the issue of planning the activities you and your significant other will engage in. Here is a list of activities you can do in Krabi;

1. Climb the Railay Beach viewpoint for fantastic sightseeing, the perfect activity for the day if you like to go hiking and seeing beautiful landscapes, very good activity for photographers.

2. Go to the Railay Beach and relax! Nothing better than to sit back, look at the crystal clear water and getting lost in your own thoughts.

3. Go on the Tab Kak Hang Nak Hill Nature Trail. Do you like nature? If the answer is yes, the nature trail is perfect for you. If you are a photographer, even better!

4. Go to the Krabi Night market, it is full of gorgeous little items you could buy for yourself or a loved one as a memento.

5. Go to the Pranang Cave; a perfect activity for those who love to look at geographical sites, the cave is a beautiful place.

6. Go on a boat tour!

7. Go Kayaking!

8. Go scuba diving!

9. Visit WatKaewKoWararam

10. See the Catfish farm.

3
Jan

When Is The Best Time To Travel in Bhutan

download (1)Bhutan is a paradise for enthusiastic travelers that love to explore the beauty of Himalayan mountain range. However, the time of traveling to this beautiful country can make a difference as you will get a better view of the landscape and the mountain that surround this country. When is the right time to visit Bhutan? Autumn and spring are the best seasons for traveling to this country. In the months of October and November, you can get an impressive and outstanding view of nature as the skies generally remain clear. The overwhelming beauty of the snow-capped mountain peaks is not only captivating but the mild winter is also a point to visit this country during these months.

Overview of climate

If you are keen to enjoy the famous Bhutanese Festival wherein the monks wear those phenomenal masks while dancing, you have to Travel to Bhutan in October and March. As far as the climate of the country is concerned, it is cold in the north, tropical towards the south and temperate in the central region of the country. At the same time, you can experience great variations in weather regularly and even at different times of the day. A majority of people traveling to this country intend to go to Thimpu and Paro where the average daytime temperature during winter remains at 20 degrees centigrade which is fairly comfortable.

Traveling in winter

In the western part of the country, you can experience a chilled feeling and dryness during the winter season. However, the temperatures can go down below the freezing point in December and January. Therefore, you have to be prepared for cold nights and pack a few woolen clothes if you are planning to visit this country during this season. On the other hand, the climate is warm in the central part of the country although the high mountain peaks remain covered with snow throughout the year. Capturing the stunning beauty of the country is a reason to Travel to Bhutan. Light snowfall is not uncommon in Thimpu and Paro and snowstorms are occasional and rare.

Enjoying the festivals

If you want to be a part of two of the biggest festivals in this country, you have to find time to visit this country in March or April to witness the striking ParoTsechu festival that takes place autumn and spring and the ThimpuTsechu festival that takes place in September. However, it is good to avoid visiting this country from May to early October as monsoon remains active during these months. High precipitation is common in the inner part of the valleys and the view of the Himalayas can be obstructed during monsoon.