Travel Advice for the First-Time Adventure Seeker

If you find yourself bored at work, sitting at your desk fantasizing of traveling then why not stop dreaming and start planning an adventurous getaway? Whether you choose an exotic, far-flung location or want to explore Canada in the Fall, pursuing your perfect trip will dare you into actually doing it! There are plenty of opportunities for adventurous travel in the world, it just takes guts from simply being inspired to chucking it all in and taking the plunge. Even if you just want to experience something different, there’s a great adventure out there waiting for you.

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Start with local adventures

If you’ve only been on hotel-centered vacations and have yet to travel further afield for any length of time, consider starting a local adventure for the weekend, or even just for a day. Wherever you live, the options for a hiking trip can’t be too far from home but if walking isn’t your thing, look into kayaking, trail riding, horse riding, rock climbing or anything to take you out of your normal comfort zone. Make sure you research and choose quality lightweight daypacks and backpacks that have varying qualities and functions suitable for the type for trip you’re planning as the design you choose will depend on what you’re likely to pack.

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Think big adventures

Once you’ve got the bug for adventure seeking, the whole world is literally waiting for you to explore it. There are thousands of comprehensive travel guides online to help you research and find the right kind of adventure you want to experience, from African safaris to going backpacking in Canada or horse-riding in the Mongolian wilderness. Decide on the type traveling exploit that best suits your interests and then it’s just a case of choosing an affordable destination which ticks all the boxes for your exciting trip of a lifetime.

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Always stay safe

However you plan your next adventure you should think about any safety or associated risks that could be involved. Always check out the latest travel advice from reliable sources in case you have to take into account any travel warnings for that country or destination. Get prepared and, if necessary, make sure you have vaccinations in time for the day of your departure. When you do make a booking, make sure it’s through a reputable travel company and check that your health insurance and travel documents are in date.

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All that leaves is to have a fun-packed, exciting vacation that will super exceed all your travel adventure expectations.


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103 thoughts on “Travel Advice for the First-Time Adventure Seeker

  1. Travelling is also a way easing tension and recreating your mind😄thanks for this post because i have never thought of considering the hazards of any trip or the problem associated with the country, now you mentioned it here, i will start to consider it😍 very important.

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  2. YOU ARE SUCH A FANTASTIC HUMAN. i love your posts so much. as i recover from anorexia, i have realized that it is SO IMPORTANT to open up my world to new experiences, cultures, countries, and people after living in an illness that kept me smothered in an existence FAR too dark and small. so, i’m going to india in six weeks and my visa was just granted! here’s to wanderlust, dear. here’s to life and to the world and to broadened horizons. so much love to you. and a million thanks.

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  3. Tamara

    loved your tips! I love traveling but unfortunately I’ll just start college and it is not common in my country to start working before college so I don’t really have money just a little allowance that my mum give to me. So I think that for the moment I’ll have to stick with my parents to travel a little bit and if all works out in some years I’ll be taking your advices and go traveling on my own, can’t wait for it!! and just a quick question, Which camera do you use, the one in your pic? P.S. I am a little obsessed with cameras as well.

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  5. Great tips! And after 15 years of living and working abroad in 6 countries on 4 continents, I would add one more incredibly important tip–get rid of expectations. Things are rarely as we imagine they might be, but travel can turn out to be even better than one imagines if individuals remain open to new experiences, and of these trying moments as learning experiences rather than challenges, especially when dealing with different languages and customs. If you remain open to all the new experiences presented by a new destination, you’ll be greatly rewarded with memories to last a lifetime!

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  6. Love your blog, I have recently started mine and enjoying ti so much – Would love some advice on how to get a few more followers! I will be going on a 4 month trip next Thursday round Cuba, Jamaica, Costa Rica and Guatemala if you’d like to see my adventures 🙂

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  8. Great tips! I started out traveling around the US with my family, which turned into a student exchange to Korea, which turned into moving there as an ESL teacher, which is now turning into an indefinite backpacking adventure! You never know where a small step can take you!

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