To be successful is a very personal notion, as I explain in The Myth of the Perfect Journey. It’s your subjective perception, your mood, your mood, the mood … that will determine your overall feeling about the success of your trip. Nevertheless, some tips can help you avoid problems that could taint your experience. Here are my tips for a holiday on your side by MoroccanZest if you have a plan to visit Morocco! Also if you wanna learn about which places you should visit in Morocco, than you need to visit this post: https://moroccanzest.com/best-places-to-visit-in-morocco/
Anyhow, lets move down towards the tips of traveling, you need to have before visiting Morocco.
Choose your destination
This first tip may seem obvious, but it is crucial: it is the basis of everything. To choose your destination, you just have to dream a little, to draw in his Bucket List, to play darts on a world map or to take advantage of attractive promotions…
Choose your destination knowingly
The pleasure of daydreaming in front of the atlas must be accompanied by a minimum of information research. For example, it is better to learn about the political situation of the potential destination country. The choice of the destination would also include vaccines, recommended or mandatory, and a visa. All these steps require some anticipation and thus limit the “last minute” departures.
Choose your date: find out about the climate
Beyond the choice of the destination as such, the choice of dates is also important. Some destinations have two seasons, the monsoon and the dry season. Discovering a country in one or the other will not be the same experience at all.
Choose your date: find out about
And apart from the climate, choosing the right dates makes it possible to avoid high tourist seasons. School holidays are always very touristic moments, but it is also advisable to learn about local holidays, as well as the festivals and events of the country of destination.
Predict the financial side
- What budget?
To reserve a budget for your trip to your country, you need to know how to pay for it. I would find it unfortunate to reach the end of the world and to be able to enjoy it.
Personally, it has been 5 years that we put aside for our project “Back to America” (while continuing to travel in the meantime).
One destination is not the other: the budget for a month in Bolivia or Japan will surely not be the same! If you have chosen your destination and have an idea of what you want to do, find out about the cost of living on site and the cost of tourist activities to establish a budget.
- Which bank cards?
The budget is not the only point of attention: Do you have specific steps for withdrawal? Are the accounts afloat?
We always have access to different accounts (in case one of them would be inaccessible, hacked …) and with two credit cards, stored in different bags (loss, theft …).
- What currency?
Do you need to bring local currency? If so, it is not necessary to obtain them before leaving: For more tranquility for long-distance trips, it’s still possible to take a few US dollars, money used (by tourists) around the world.