Everyone travels at different speeds. By this, we mean that some people like to experience what they can calmly and quietly, while others want to see as much as possible in the shortest possible time, while others suffer from excitement and tons of adrenaline.
You need to know what kind of traveller you are, plan your vacation and choose travel owners who share your opinion. Go to the wrong place with the wrong people and that will not be what you hoped for. Can you imagine how you go for a walk along the Yukon River in the middle of winter, when all you need is to see local artists and take a picture of a bird club at home?
Therefore, if you are travelling for the first time, we recommend that you relax. Choose a destination that helps you travel comfortably. It takes time to plan a trip that you will like, but it will also teach you the journey and what to expect from it.
Keep in mind that the most significant difference in trends is not whether they are eastern or western, but rich or poor. If you are not ready to face extreme poverty and possible emotional and psychological consequences, we advise you not to go where you can experience real hardship – it can be painful! Know yourself and your destination before you go. No amount of money, knowledge, experience or knowledge can protect you from the consequences of real poverty if you are not used to it.
Do some basic research before you leave home. Many manuals are available. We do not offer you to go and buy them. We recommend taking it at your local library first.
Once you identify the destination and the guide you need, buy it, but not earlier, you will spend a lot of time if you buy before trying.
In poorer countries, your experience will be more people-oriented, and in more affluent countries, you will be more program-oriented. For example, a visit to Paris is likely to depend on places (museums, palaces and other events where there are large groups of people who do not interact), and a trip to India may be more focused on meeting people, visiting rural cities, temples and much more of another. You will be with large groups of people interacting.
Do not take cultural or religious prejudices with you when travelling. You will visit cultures that have completely different ideas about morality, customs, politics and religion. Remember that their beliefs are just as true as yours; Acting otherwise can be considered rude and even in the wrong place can be very dangerous. Listen before you speak.
Always check the travel notifications your governments receive before choosing your destination.
Find events that might interest you and plan your trip around one or more of them.