15 Ways to Deal with Travel Burnout

10. Travel Slowly

One of the easiest ways to get tired, stressed, and possibly ruin your trip is to do too much too fast. If you have 10 days in South America, it’s probably not a good idea to visit the Atacama Desert, Machu Picchu, and Salar de Uyuni. Some people do it, but it’s not recommended.

These people don’t fully experience the culture of each country and actually spend most of their time moving from one place to another, and checking in and out of hotels. Ideally, you should pick one country and one city to explore and make the most of it.

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Keep Your Flight Boarding Pass and Get Discounts on Your Vacation

After boarding a flight, most people just stuff their boarding pass into their carry-on and forget about it. By doing this, you’re missing out on potential savings. Many airlines offer discounts and freebies for those who keep their boarding pass. Depending on where you land, you could score savings on tourist attractions, restaurants, wine, or even airport transfers.

The Most Common Scams from Around the World

There’s nothing like traversing the world and exploring new countries and cultures, but sometimes the experience is spoiled by dishonorable people preying on uninformed travelers. If you make an effort to learn about the classic scams, you’re unlikely to fall victim to them and can just enjoy the positive side of your trip. To help, here’s a list of common scams around the world for you to get acquainted with.

How to Make Friends During Your Trip

One of the biggest fears of people who want to embark on a solo trip is being alone. They think meeting new people will be a struggle, and if they can’t find a partner to travel with, they just cancel or postpone their adventure. The truth is that with a little bit of planning and initiative, it’s actually harder to be alone than you think. The travel community is extremely welcoming and one doesn’t need to try hard to be part of it.