Don’t bring a lot of baggages.
Aside from that, excess baggage costs in airports can be very costly, having a lot of baggages with you during travel is a real hassle. For one, you need to look after them during the whole trip to make sure they are safe and secure, plus you need to carry them as you go around. When you have few baggages to think of, you will have your entire focus on your travel itself. That way, you will surely enjoy your trip and make the most of it.
Don’t go without researching about the place.
It is always best to be an informed and educated traveler. You should research about the place prior to your visit and learn about its culture and customs. Learning a bit of the local language is also helpful. Familiarize yourself with few useful lines from the language, such as the ways to say common greetings.
Don’t behave inappropriately.
When traveling to foreign places, you immerse yourself in unfamiliar territories. As such, you should behave appropriately and accordingly. The usual things you do in your home city/country may be inappropriate for the place you are visiting. These things may include your fashion and communication behavior. When going to conservative places, consider not wearing skimpy clothes or speaking loudly and boisterously.
Don’t rely on your ATM.
Traveling entails a lot of spending. And when you spend on places you are not familiar with, it always best to use cold cash instead of cash credits. Besides, ATM withdrawals in other countries charges up huge fees. Likewise, you should stock up bills on your wallet, since there might not be any available ATM outlets in town.
Don’t be rude.
And the most important note of all, don’t be rude and disrespectful. Being the visitor doesn’t follow that the locals should put up for you when you feel like throwing fits. Remember that you are the visitor, and you should be the one to adjust. Being friendly at all times is always the nicest thing to do.