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Showing posts with label Tour and Travel. Show all posts
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Tuesday, 8 October 2019

Best Hacks For Traveling Smart In Holiday Season


If you love traveling, you may already be planning your next trip during the holiday season of 2019. With just a few months to go, now is the time to start planning. And believe it or not, there is so much that goes into planning that you will be pressed for time. Also, you would want to travel smart by saving money even while you have the best vacation of your life. What can you do to plan your vacation smartly? How can you holiday at your favorite destination without breaking the bank? Here are some hacks that can help you with traveling smart in the holiday season of 2019.

Decide your destination 

First things first, you need to decide your destination. While choosing the place you want to visit, you should consider your budget first. You cannot choose a destination in another part of the world if you don’t have enough funds. Also, pick a place on the basis of the number of days you can spare for the vacation. Once you decide the destination for the vacation, you are all set to start with the actual planning phase.


Book well in advance 

Since there are still a few months before the holiday season starts, it would be a wise move to book your tickets and accommodation. What’s more, you can also get some good offers and deals if you book early. Check and compare airfares online to find a deal that is really lucrative. You can also explore the hotels that come within your budget. Look for alternatives such as travel homes as well. Book an option that comes across as a good one. However, do go through the cancellation policy before making advance bookings.

Be flexible with the schedule

Holidays are often about chaos and confusion. Flights get delayed, hotels are overbooked and streets are crowded. These can cause a great deal of stress and inconvenience, particularly if you are traveling long distances. The best way to minimize stress while you travel during the holiday season would be by having a flexible schedule. Keep a buffer day or two so that you are not pressed for time and don’t end up missing on anything.


Get travel insurance 

When you are in a holiday mode, it is easy to forget about safety. Yet, you should never step out without travel insurance. It gives coverage against injuries and illness while you travel. So you must absolutely have travel insurance integrated into your holiday plan. If you already have insurance, check if it includes travel insurance as well. If not, you can opt for extra cover.

Create an itinerary 

The next step for planning a great holiday this year is to create an itinerary. Do research online about the attractions that your destination has to offer. Also, find out the best things to do in the city this 2019 holiday season. Almost every city in the world hosts special events and parties during the holidays. You can gather complete information online and create an itinerary to have a memorable vacation this season.


Pack according to the weather 

Another useful tip is to consider the weather of the destination when you plan a vacation during the holidays. It may be freezing back home but your winter stuff will not do if you plan a trip to a tropical beach destination. Again, you can find accurate information about the weather by researching online. Know the kind of weather that you can expect when you arrive there and pack accordingly. Also, make sure that you carry all the essentials such as medicines, chargers and anything else you would need.

Saturday, 5 October 2019

STAYING AT YOUR BRILLIANT BEST WHEN TRAVELING


We all set off on our traveling adventure full of life, ready for adventure, and all-around feeling our best. And we’d like to feel this way the entire time since it’ll allow us to make the most of our trip.

We’ll be more inclined to throw ourselves into life, meet new people, and live life to the fullest if we’re feeling on top of the world, right?!

But of course, it doesn’t always go this way. Sometimes, obstacles are put in our path that can dampen our spirits somewhat. Below, we take a look at a few tips for staying in tip-top condition.

The Journey

You’ve set out on your adventure full of energy, but by the time you arrive at your destination, your energy has been sapped. You’re still loving life, but you’re body just can’t go on.

So what happened?

It was your travels. If you’re getting up at five in the morning, taking a super long journey, and then trying to navigate yourself to a hostel on the other side of town, then you’ll find things difficult.

Dressed for the Occasion

There’s nothing worse than being super excited to be somewhere, but finding it difficult to be outside. If you’re visiting somewhere that’s unusually warm or cold, then this might be something that makes you shine a little less.


You’ll be able to explore safe in the knowledge that you’re ready for whatever weather comes your way.

Prepared for Whatever

Of course, you’re just as liable to suffer from niggling issues like headaches, heartburn, and constipation when you’re on the road; perhaps even more so. And when you’re only spending limited amounts of time in a destination, you really don’t want to lose a day because of some treatable issue.

So make sure that you’re packing the medication you’ll need to be at your best.

You can’t always prevent medical matters from finding you, but you can control how prepared you are to handle them.

Limiting the Late Nights

You’ll be eager to experience all that life has to offer, but it’s important to remember that you can’t always push your body to the limit and expect it to be functioning at its best.


So try to limit the number of late nights that you have. One would be fine, but if you’re going out night after night, then eventually you’ll feel it. If you want to sample the nightlife, then look at alternating alcoholic drinks with non-alcoholic drinks.

Your night will be just as good, but you’ll feel much better the following morning. 

Wednesday, 15 August 2018

Different Types of Tourist Visa for Dubai

Are you planning a trip to Dubai or inquisitive about the place? Then you should know about the Visa Guide for the city. The process of Visa in Dubai has changed over the years, and there is some misunderstanding about how to go about applying for the visa. All the requests for Dubai, UAE visa can be presented online via the most recent e-Visa or electronic visa application method. 

These requests are presented to any renowned and reliable visa negotiators. All the applicants who get visa applications approved can take the hard copy online of U.A.E tourist visa.

There are different types of Dubai Tourist Visa as per the validity and number of days one can spend in the UAE.

14 Days Tourist Visa: This is a temporary tourist visa to Dubai that permits a stay of only 14 days. This tourist visa of Dubai is a single-entry travel permit which cannot be extended at any cost.

14 Days Express Tourist Visa: The best thing about this visa is that you can apply and get the visa within a shorter time. Typically, it takes about five days for the visa to process but this express visa application procedure takes just three days’ time. Another thing is that the Dubai 14 days express tourist visa is costlier.

30 Days Tourist Visa: This Dubai tourist visa offers more reside period in Dubai. This is perfect for more travelling around this stunning city. The document requirements and the application procedure for this Dubai Visa is the same. This again is a single entry visa so one must plan their travel appropriately.

30 Days Express Tourist Visa Dubai: As the name suggest, the visa can be processed quickly than the normal ones. The charge for 30 days Express tourist visa is more than the usual visa application. This is an excellent option for an eleventh-hour travel plans and visa application.

96-hour Transit Visa: This is the quickest possible visa type one can obtain for UAE. This visa permits the visa holder to live for a maximum of 4 days or96 hours in the UAE. It is also to be noted that not every person is eligible for this visa. One has to be traveling from one nation or will be going to another nation through Dubai or any other Emirates of UAE, to get this type of visa. In addition, there are a few terms and conditions too. This option is not open to everybody. Citizens of a very few countries have this provision. Indians are entitled for this transit visa if they have a legal visa delivered from any of these below-mentioned countries:
  • Schengen countries
  • UK
  • USA
  • Canada 
  • New Zealand
  • Australia

Dubai visa processing time

The time required to process Dubai tourist visa application is three to five days, based on the type of the visa. The normal visa processing is up to five days. The express visa processing takes only 3 days. You will get the approved visa via email.

These are some of the most popular tourist visas in Dubai.

Wednesday, 12 April 2017

Travelling is The Best Way to Achieve Self Growth

Travelling is The Best Way to Achieve Self Growth. Change my Mind…

I always like to say that the world is too big for me to only stay in one place. When you think about it, it really is. With so many cultures and places to explore, why should we limit ourselves to only our home towns? The adventure you can find on a simple weekend getaway is doubled or even tripled when you start traveling the world.

Not only is traveling a way to get to know the world, but it’s also a chance to get to know yourself. No matter how much you think you know yourself, traveling puts your morals and principles to the test and pushes you to challenge your ideas and the dogmas you believe in. Every time you come back from a trip, you come back a changed person.

If you don’t want to invest in a therapist in order to learn new things about yourself and grow as a person- travel. It really is the best way to grow immensely. Let me show you why.

1. What I learned in Germany

Visiting Germany was life-changing because I learned discipline and organization. No matter how free-spirited you are, human beings thrive on routine and solid grounds. Without those grounds beneath your feet, you have nothing to fall back on when you’re done exploring. Travelling might be about setting you free, but it’s also about giving your structure.

The Germans taught me how to find the best system of organization for myself and how to use my potential for good. These people have got efficiency nailed, and they’re not afraid to show you how to figure it out for yourself.

Most of all, they accept that each person is different and that there are many ways one can thrive through the structure. One works for me may not work for you. This lesson can easily be transferred to other sides of life and make you realize how different we all are. This means that you won’t judge what someone is doing anymore, as you’ll realize that the way you do things isn’t the only way to do them. In other words, Germany taught me that 3 plus 6 equals 9, but that 4 plus 5 also equals 9, and so does 1 plus 8 and so do many other equations.

There’s no one way to get the desired results, and more importantly- there shouldn’t be. Live your life the way you want to, do things the way it works for you, and let others figure these things out for themselves, too.

2. Getting out of your comfort zone

First of all, traveling really does get you out of your comfort zone in the right way. For anyone who missed the memo, getting out of your comfort zone is the primary condition for achieving self-growth. When you’re too comfortable in your environment, you don’t feel the need to challenge yourself, nor do the opportunities arise. A whole new place challenges you in ways you didn’t think it ever could. As well as that, it makes you think outside the box and shows you exactly what you’re capable of.


When you come back home, you realize that you’re competent and capable of handling daily life. All of a sudden, there’s this confidence and a radiant feeling of self-worth that you didn’t even know you were missing. Traveling shows you that you can do new things and not suffer terrible consequences for them. It shows you that stepping out of your comfort zone is fun, not uncomfortable.

3. What I learned in Morocco

When I decided to visit Morocco, I knew I was in for something entirely different. This was really a test of how open-minded I actually was, as I was walking into a culture and religion completely different from that I grew up in and was used to. The only things that you can hear and see about Islam on the internet and on TV are bad. The media portrays a picture that isn’t really true at all.

You only witness and realize this when you put what you see everywhere to the test. Morocco taught me that I shouldn’t look at the world through the TV’s eyes. A person is a person regardless of what kind of background they have, the color of their skin, and their religion.

Moroccans are one of the friendliest and warmest people I ever met. Even as a foreigner, I was greeted and welcomed with the utmost respect. Neighbors and extended family members visit each other daily, eat together, help each other, and laugh together. The extroversion was simply baffling, as all you can learn about Islam is hostility if you trust the media.

It didn’t matter where I was from. When we were eating tagine with our fingers together, we were the same. All flesh and blood, all humans with thoughts and feelings. Coming back from this trip made me even more open-minded than I was and made me feel closer to the world more than anything else.

4.  Building social skills

Those who aren’t really good with people need to pack their bags immediately. The only way to improve on something is to keep practicing. While traveling, you have to talk to so many different people in order to get to where you’re going, that social interaction becomes natural. As well as that, you come across various different personalities.

Instead of just interacting with the same set of people you always do, you’ll get to build your social skills in the right way. After your travels, you’ll know how to approach introverts, how to get closer to extroverts, and how to diffuse an angry person. Human emotions will also become much clearer and you’ll be able to better understand those around you.

On top of all this, experience with different people makes you a better judge of character. No matter how unique we are, there are still some things we share. These come down to behavior. You’ll be able to tell exactly why someone acted the way they did. Accordingly, you’ll know whether you can help the person or if you should just stay away.

Let’s not forget that social anxiety simply disappears with a lot of practice. Not only will you be used to talking to people, but you’ll also have interesting things to talk to them about. Everyone likes hearing interesting travel stories. You’ll be the life of any party without even trying.

5. What I learned in Bali

One other destination I visited that left a huge mark on me was Bali. This is a relatively rural island with a lot of tradition and history on its hands. The people I met there were one of the most amazing people I’ll ever meet. More than anything, I was impressed by the way they treat their history an how much they value spirituality.

Now, you don’t have to be a religious person to understand spirituality. Bali taught me that the ancient Temples aren’t just a place to pray and marvel at- they’re links to the ancient world that remind you there’s something bigger than just you in this world. We’re all here thanks to our ancestors, and temples like these are their testimony to the world that’s yet to come. This helped put things into perspective and made me realize we need to be thinking of our future.

Just like our ancestors are the links to the present, the present is the link to the future. What we do and make now matters because it is going to influence and impact the lives of our descendants, no matter how long we may live. Even if I’m not originally from Bali, we share the same ancestors because we’re all part of the human race. Even if you don’t plan on having children yourself, you owe it to future generations to make their lives easier and better.


Of course, Bali values the modern alongside the traditional, too, as it has already started building those links to the future generations. You can see this by the extraordinary Bali villas that are available for rent and the amazing touristic attractions and modern restaurants you can find.

6. The meaning of life

Finally, traveling uncovers the meaning of life. By getting to know the world around you and yourself, you also start to realize why we’re here. Regardless of if we’re a product of God’s will or evolution or an accident, you see the meaning of life every day in a different way. You see it through someone’s children, through someone else’s career, through a third someone’s passion for a hobby.

In other words, you start to realize that the meaning of life isn’t a universal thing. There’s no formula of happiness and no absolute reason why we’re here. The answer to the universe might as well be 42.

Once you realize this through your travels, you’ll get to uncover your own meaning. Whether it’s traveling more and returning home to build a stable life, or something entirely different- it’s yours. With this realization, all doubts and fears disappear. There’s only room for stability and security, regardless of what you may be doing.

Uncovering your purpose sets you free of all the feelings of uncertainty and questions about yourself and the universe. It gives you a goal to work towards and makes your time on this Earth more productive and happier. Don’t be afraid of uncovering the truth about your life through traveling, as it will also help you realize that life is all about living and all about the journey.

Set yourself free with your travels and see the world for what it is- one big adventure. The same can be said about life. Hemingway once said that all novels are about finding happiness, and in the same sense, so are all lives. That happiness is different for all of us, and through your travels, you’ll find many ways to reach it again and again. At the same time, you’ll also just keep growing.

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