The Tips for Travelling Solo
Here are several tips you may take advantage of during your travelling to strength your safety.
1. Stay Somewhere with Positive Ratings
It’s vulnerable for free walkers stay in somewhere unfamiliar, so you’ve got be careful enough in selecting your accommodations. Before booking a place to stay, do a little research and only stay at a hotel or Airbnb property with multiple positive reviews which will give you a good idea of what to expect from the host, neighborhood, and if any other tenants might be sharing the property with you.
2. Stay Somewhere with Free Wi-Fi
There will be situation that you may get lousy signals during your travel and can’t get in touch with your families or friends to prove your safety. So please make sure to stay somewhere with free Wi-Fi. You can use this for Skype or Facetime to recount your adventures for the day.
3. Make a List of Your Emergency Contact Information
This is vital for every solo traveler. Make a list of your emergency contact information that is readily accessible. The list can include your own personal contact information, the name of an emergency contact back home, and any other pertinent phone numbers you might need.
4. Meet Other Travellers
Another way to break up the monotony of solo travel is to meet other travelers. Regardless of where you stay when you travel, you can also use Meetup to find local events and activities that are happening in town. You might be able to hang out at a certain cafe or even attend a local festival that isn't mentioned in any of the guidebooks. There are many opportunities in each city so be sure to check this out before you arrive.