Solo Travel

Taking care of your mental health is as important as taking care of your physical health. If you are mentally unhealthy then your physical health will automatically deteriorate as the food you eat won’t be digested properly and that will result in malnutrition. So it is as important to take care of your mental health as it is for the physical aspect. Don’t worry, we’ve got you all covered.  From packing, booking hostels, bargained flight tickets to setting out your minimum trip budget, implementing safety measures and finally over packing, everything happens by in such a rush.

Solo travelling is definitely a number 1 on the bucket list of every adventurous human being and it is one of the best ways to get your mental health back to the way it was. It’s frightening. A lot of things could happen but again in a more positive way a lot of crazy things could happen but don’t worry we will tell you all you need to know to take that Therapeutic solo trip so that you become a healthier individual mentally. By the end of the journey, you find out more about yourself than the world. You learn new things, you accept some changes and you reject some. The pros of solo travelling are just too many. From seeing new places, experiencing cultures and food habits to meeting new people and bravely facing anything that life throws at you, travelling solo is a must.

As you are our baby -traveller and we want to make sure that travelling solo becomes an enriching and soul filling experience for you, down below are a few tips and tricks that will help you right out.

Firstly, always carry your identity proof, passports etc with you at all times if you’re travelling abroad and otherwise.

Smile. It means the same in every language. This trait will always get you far.  Yet do know when to stop before you attract any creeps or look like one yourself.

Try and learn a few words of the local language in order to save yourself from any situation. English is generally understood everywhere but not all interiors.

Take day tours across the city or village. Find and learn new stuff along the way.

Indulge big heartedly in the local food tastes.

Save money by using public modes of transportation or even more preferable, walking.

 

Open up yourself to receive and learn new things. Embrace that extrovert in you. If you’re an introvert then try talking or initiating conversations with people about things you’d like to know about the place. This will definitely put you in a constant flow. Continue doing so, until it comes naturally every day.

Always keep in touch with your loved ones back home. They will keep you grounded and loved.

One of the most important aspects of travel that people tend to forget is medication that they may need along the way. If you have a chronic illness and need a supply of medication on a monthly basis, you need to make sure that you will have access to this medication whilst you are away. For example if you are travelling for 6 months but only have a 4 month supply of medication, you need to try and find a source of this medication for the remaining 2 months. In the past I have previously used online pharmacy Medicine Direct to get an emergency supply of medication whilst i was away travelling.

Lastly, be openly brave about the tiny negative things that could happen during the trip. This is all part of learning and growing.