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Travel Tips When Going To On a Trip

by Ankita Sehgal Freelance Blogger, Lives in New Delhi
You might have heard that ‘life is a book and people who don't travel only read one page’. Travelling is great fun but with fun, comes great responsibility. Going to an unknown land sure is very adventurous but it also might pose many health and money related concerns. 

So, it is more than important that you are prepared in advance. Read on to know a few tips to keep in mind when you are going to a new place next time.

Take care of your health 

Many people experience motion sickness and get nausea while revolving up to the hill. So, pop in your tablets and carry your puke-bags and take all the necessary precautions. Make yours and other life easier. Also, keep your bottle of soda and lemon ready.   

Keep yourself safe 

Chances are you'll be carrying a lot of cash when you are travelling. Be very alert and keep minimal cash so that you don't get robbed. 

Carry the right clothes 

There are many religious places where it is not appreciated to wear skimpy or exposing clothes. Also, it is compulsory to cover your head and shoulders. Keep a track of all these cultural nuances while travelling. 

Dress up according to the weather 

Read up the geography and the weather of the place you are travelling to. If you are travelling to the mountains and staying at cottages in Uttarakhand, carry warm clothes with you.    

Protect yourself from mosquitoes 

The last thing you want to experience when on a trip is falling sick. So protect yourself from the menace of mosquitoes by carrying a mosquito repellent.   
Keep these simple tips in mind while travelling to have a great time and make the most of your trip.  

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About Ankita Sehgal Advanced   Freelance Blogger, Lives in New Delhi

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