Learn how to plan a visit the “Travel Blogger” method, explains Sahib Singh often known as @travellingindian

Planning a trip is both exciting and stressful. The most important thing when choosing to vacation is to make sure the experience is smooth and enjoyable. To do this, you need a detailed step-by-step travel route. Here we bring you a few tips from Sahib Singh popularly known as @travellingindian on social media. He is one of India’s most promising up and coming travel bloggers and adventure sports enthusiasts.

“The first and most important part of planning a trip is deciding where to go,” says Sahib Singh. This of course depends on three key factors, such as: B. Interest, availability of time and budget. He adds: “Once I know the time and budget, it is easy for me to determine a location.” I look for suggestions for the destination based on my interest. These suggestions can either be recommendations from a friend or from social media. After narrowing my list down to 5 to 6 places, I look for weather forecasts for those places. I finish the place where the weather is most favorable to travel. I usually avoid walking during the monsoons. I also check the visa requirements before deciding where to go. I usually avoid traveling to a place where getting a visa is a hassle and time consuming.

The second step is important if you want to save some money and avoid large crowds. I prefer to visit places in the “shoulder season”, the season between low season and high season. The shoulder season is the time when the places are less crowded and the prices are cheaper. So everything becomes pocket-friendly and you can enjoy these beautiful places to your heart’s content. The duration of my trip depends a lot on the weather conditions and I pack accordingly.

After you have decided the location and duration of my trip, the next step is to choose the cities I want to visit and the things I want to do there. Completing the itineraries and means of transportation requires a lot of planning as this can save a lot of time when traveling between cities. You can then use this time to relax and meet the locals. In general, airfares are very affordable during the off-season. This helps save a considerable amount of money that I can normally spend on other luxury things like expensive hotels, fine dining, etc. You can also save this money for future trips. Many airlines offer huge discounts on business and first class tickets during the off-season. I strongly recommend that you take this opportunity.

Depending on your budget and requirements, you can choose the most suitable type of accommodation for you. If you’re looking to save money on accommodation, backpacker hostels and host families are good options. If you like to stay in expensive hotels, check the prices directly on the hotel websites and compare them with various aggregators. You will usually get better deals if you book direct as the hotels do not pay commission for direct bookings and can pass the benefits on to customers, making the price much cheaper. You can also get great deals on hotel bookings by signing up for various loyalty programs from these chain hotels. You can also earn cashback when you pay with your credit card. Make sure that you know all of the benefits that come with your credit card. It is extremely important that you remember to pay the credit card bill on time as this can result in huge penalties and interest charges.

The final step in planning a trip, according to this passionate travel blogger, is to create the packing list at least a week before the actual trip and add other things to that list. It is important that you double-check your bookings and keep at least one photocopy of your passport with your tickets. You need to let your banks know if you plan to use your credit or debit card abroad so that your banks don’t block your cards when you are making international transactions. Bank representatives can also help you by providing information about whether or not your card is valid and functional in that country. Rejecting a card while paying the bills can lead to embarrassment and many difficulties.

His unique skills as a photographer contribute to his travels, which he keeps sharing with his followers on social media. Make sure you follow him. We have to say that this young digital nomad has all the relevant knowledge and information for your future travel plans.

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