Make an agenda that includes places to go, things to do, and places to eat after doing research on your intended trip.
Be careful not to overpack and bring only what you need. Make a list of necessities that includes any required papers like passports and visas.
A first aid kit, travel insurance, and cash for unexpected expenses are a must. Remember that you can need extra money anytime during traveling.
Bring a smartphone or other internet-connected device with you to remain in touch with loved ones and to access travel information.
Learn some fundamental words and phrases to facilitate communication with native speakers and help you to ask something.
While traveling, take the time to learn about and respect the local customs and culture. When visiting holy sites or attending formal occasions, modest attire is expected.
Store your valuables, including cash, electronics, and passports, luggage and tickets in a safe place.
Drink lots of water, get adequate sleep, and take breaks as necessary to stay hydrated and prevent travel tiredness.
Public transportation can be more cost-effective and environmentally friendly than renting a car.
Enjoy yourself and have an open mind to various cultures and experiences.