It might be hard to plan a trip, whether it is for the long or short term. It doesn’t have to be that way! We’ll teach you how to handle the burden of travel planning by setting out a straightforward process that ensures you don’t forget anything in this post. You may now relax and focus on making your travelling fantasies an actuality.
Decide on your trip type and companion (s)
Is this a brief holiday, a three-week journey abroad, or a long-term trip you’re planning? And who will accompany you?
Please take a moment to respond to this question, Will you be travelling alone or with a companion? Is it with a group of friends or with your family and children?
The answer to this question will have a significant impact on how you plan your trip. A single vacation to Tahiti, for example, may not be the ideal option, as this popular honeymoon destination would be packed with couples on romantic trips. Similarly, party-heavy Ibiza might not be the best choice for a family vacation.
According to the above answer, choose a vacation spot-
This phase may seem self-evident to some; after all, you may already know where you want to go and why you’re arranging this vacation in the first place. If you have the desired destination, we recommend looking at a map with the best transport. If nearby, then you have options of bus booking.
In a new city, we must also address transportation. We’ll want to stay in the heart of the destination if it is relatively walkable. If Uber or public transit is readily available, we may save money by staying outside the city centre. Before deciding on a place to stay, we recommend researching transit choices and expenses.
For example: Going through the flights saves your time. Then, taking a plane is an option. You can book on Indigo– it offers the top flight deals.
After reaching the destination, you have to go to the hotel. So, at the airport, you may have an option to book a cab through the cab booking app or book a car through the hotel personnel.
We swap up our booking sites depending on where we’re going in the world. Below are some of the best ones:
Booking or Agoda (we’ve discovered that Airbnb is only available in specific cities/countries in Asia). In India, you can book trains and train meals through the IRCTC.
Take it easy on yourself.
Consider how many of the destinations you circled above you’ll be able to see realistically based on your speed.
Do you want to cram as much as possible into your trip, or do you want to focus on a few destinations and get to know them? Do you want to take it easy and soak up the culture to get a true sense of how the natives live? Or a happy balance of slow and fast? It depends on both how much time you have and how much money you have.