New Delhi, Sep 17 (IANS) Arm yourself with some handy tips to overcome barriers when you travel to unknown destinations — whether in India or overseas, say experts. Aloke Bajpai, CEO and co-founder of travel website ixigo, suggests a few things you need.
If you're about to embark on your first trip abroad, take the time to familiarise yourself with the different payment options available when you travel internationally to avoid incurring unnecessary costs Travelling abroad is one of the most exhilarating.
Anthony Grant, FNB Foreign Exchange CEO, shares his top money tips for first time international travellers: 1. Get travel insurance While this may sound like a no-brainer, you’d be surprised by how many first-time travellers skip this very important cover.
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Being prepared is vital, especially if you are travelling somewhere that is culturally different, has an entirely different climate or it’s the first time travelling with your family. So Mirror Travel Insurance have rounded up some top tips to help.
Yes, generally speaking, it is "easy" to travel in Europe. It's not all French pastries and fairy tales, though; You can still brush up against a bad case of culture shock. Whether you are visiting a country that uses the Euro—currently 19 of the 28 EU.
Uber and local ride-hailing service Careem are popular alternatives to traditional taxis. You can hail a ride using either app, with fares calculated on factors such as distance, wait time and demand.
But while the islands are a dream destination, there are some caveats. Here, nine essential tips for the first-time visitor: You may find yourself fretting over the price of things, but try to remember that the Maldives is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Trafalgar has compiled a list of practical tips and bucket list experiences below ... There’s no such thing as international transit If you arrive at an airport in the USA and are in transit to a secondary destination, you will have to clear customs.
It could also be a bit unnerving, though. If you are planning to travel abroad for the first time and are somewhat apprehensive, then relax! Here are some useful travel tips, by Kapil Goswamy, CMD, BigBreaks.com, to ensure a smooth and hassle-free trip.