7. Book In Advance
Sure, sometimes you don’t want to stick to a rigid plan. However, for flights, hotels, and tours that are likely to sell out, you should book in advance. For example, if you’re on a remote island with just one boat a day, you’ll want to ensure you secure a ticket nice and early
If you’ve arrived at your destination and you’re feeling overwhelmed, remember you’re there to explore. Avoid heading to the same bar or restaurant day in day out; take a step into the unknown!
It can be somewhat stressful when you find yourself in a brand new place so, while you’ll want to see all of the sights and get from A to B safely, you should also relax; you’ll need it.
10. Blend In
If you prefer to immerse yourself into the local culture, try to blend in. Dress like a local, learn, and listen. It will be a trip to remember.