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Five Reasons To Write A Plan For Exploring Any Country


So you're ready to explore a new country. Yay!

Travelling is awesome, especially if you're visiting a place for the first time. From sightseeing to enjoying new foods, there's no limit to the amount of fun you can have on a vacation. 

 

If you’re lucky, you might meet the love of your life while travelling. Or if you're an experienced scribe who offers an essay writing service (and has no interest in finding love!), you could even draw inspiration for your next project simply by exploring a new country. 

 

But let's pause the daydreaming. Sure, you're ready to tour a new destination, but have you written down your plans? Maybe you have good reasons to go on a holiday, though haven't found an excuse to plan your trip yet. 

 

 

A lot of people think that planning ahead is something only paranoid travellers do. However, there are many reasons why meticulous organisation is smart. 

 

1. It saves time

This may seem ironic: does the idea of sitting down and scribbling your travel plans seem like a waste of time? But in the long run, it actually saves you a lot of time and let’s you have a better experience. 

Imagine if you had to spend your entire vacation Googling places to visit instead of actually going out to have fun. Writing down your plans in advance will maximise your time and offer you the flexibility you need when unforeseen circumstances arise.

 

2. It helps you prioritise your experience 

When you’re visiting a country for the first time, there’ll be many attractions to see. Writing a travel plan helps you to prioritise what you want to experience. 

For instance, if you were visiting Paris for the first time, you'd most likely want to see the Eiffel Tower. But by prioritising your experience, you'll discover other attractions that are nearby. And you’ll also get a little extra time for yourself – or to see something spontaneously. 

 

3. It helps you create a budget and saves money

Travelling can cost a lot of money. And if you aren't careful, you might end up overspending on your holiday. 

There are many stories out there of explorers who got stuck somewhere because they ran out of funds. However, planning ahead will help you create a budget, control how much you'll be spending on a trip, and even cut costs.

When you plan ahead, you can buy tickets for transportation, attractions or other experiences – and it's always cheaper to buy tickets in advance. 

Working on a super tight budget? Dismiss the least important activities and focus on maximising your experience with the most important ones. This way, you can have fun with less money. 

 

4. You won't forget any essentials 

Remember that time you forgot to pack a towel for your trip? Or when you forgot to bring sunscreen and returned looking like a lobster? 

It's easy to forget something when you leave home. But drafting a travel plan helps you to remember to pack the essential items. And if you can't fit all the things you need into your luggage, just leave the unimportant items behind because they’re … unimportant. 

 

5. It prepares you for emergencies

Even though travelling has a lot of benefits, anything can happen on a trip. You could be all fired up to travel and then get stopped in your tracks by passport control, for instance. Or you could lose your wallet and then get stuck in a strange country without money. 

But when you jot your plans down in advance, you prepare for any emergencies or unforeseen circumstances that may arise. 

 

Amanda Dudley

 

Amanda Dudley is a writer and lecturer with a PhD in history from Stanford University. When she is not lecturing and helping students with complex assignments, she works as a part time essay writer, providing top quality essay writing services and academic projects at EssayUSA.

 

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Written by: Amanda Dudley
Published: 2 December 2020


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