Nine incredibly useful tips for women travelling alone

  • IANS, New Delhi
  • Updated: May 15, 2015 17:56 IST

If you are someone who loves travelling alone then its important to keep an account of a few necessary pointers before packing your bags for the next destination. From keeping your confidence intact during your journey to travelling light can make your trip smart and fun filled.

Tips for a single woman traveller, who loves to explore destinations all alone:

1 Safety comes first: Your safety is in your hand so be prepared, be self-reliant and don’t depend on strangers. Always carry basic things while you are travelling like a map, a guide book, packed food, a water bottle and a first aid box etc.

2 Be friendly and confident: When you travel its obvious everyone is a stranger to you until and unless you make any effort for an interaction, through this you might get to know an awesome traveller or a person who prefers to travel aimlessly. If you feel uncomfortable during the interaction just walk away. It’s totally okay to be rude when safety is concerned.

3 Travel light: Be a smart traveller, pack light and don’t get burdened by unnecessary luggage which can turn out to be a super experience spoiler. Instead opt for a backpack and bon voyage!

4 Knowledge about the destination: Gather all the information about your destination as much as you can, it’s beneficial to stay updated. Be sure and give a quick review of cultural background; it will be an added convenience throughout your trip.

5 Hotel proximity to the sight: Don’t forget to dig out information about the hotels near the railways station, bus terminals and airports. Sorting things will help you to spend more time exploring things, places and culture of the particular place. Without wasting much of time in commuting. It will eventually reflect how aware a traveller you are.

6 Public conveyance: Transportation facility is one of the most essential parts of travel plans. It depends on the type of place you have chosen for a trip. The best way is to be economical and go for public conveyance which can easily be available over there and be on the move.

7 Try to travel during the day: Try to begin your journey during the day for the reason that most of the assault and harassment tends to happen during late evenings and night, hence its optimal to travel during the day. But despite that if you travel at night make sure you choose a good and safe mode of transport.

8 Make sure to keep in touch: While travelling the best thing is to connect with your colleagues, or your loved ones through calls, texts and other social networking platforms to assure them that you are safe.

9 Carrying important documents: While travelling always carry photocopies of your important documents like passport, identity cards and always store all these important items in one place so you have no difficulty in finding your important documents.

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