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Be A Traveller And Not A Tourist

Explore the Hidden Places

A tourist is most likely to see the famous landmarks or monuments of a place. But, as a traveller, you should be exploring hidden gems in a city or country. It could be anything from quaint little cafes to forests on the countryside. To be able to do this, get in touch with like-minded people to know more about your destination. You can even run a Google search to do a little bit of research, while you are booking cheap flights, for instance. Additionally, you can contact travel agents or guides who have expertise in this area. They will be able to take you to places that aren’t visited by too many tourists.

Immerse Yourself in the Local Culture

When you are travelling to a new place, the best way to experience it is to become a part of the local population. You can start by dressing like them and enjoying their local delicacies instead of eating at food chains. Also, you can visit the place when they have a carnival or festival going on. That will truly enlighten you about the place. Which is why, it’s important to conduct a little research before starting your trip. Check out blogs and various travel sites to determine the best time to travel to a place.

Make New Friends

Don’t let the opportunity of making new friends pass when you are travelling. You never know how that person might completely bring in a fresh perspective to your life. Mingle more with fellow travellers and locals alike to form bond with people who are from completely different background than yours. One way to make new friends would be to be bond over food and music. Ask them about it and share a meal with them. This way, when you return home, you will have a lot of good memories. Who knows your next trip might even be with someone you met on your previous journey?