If you are not well-prepared for the upcoming monsoon season, then it could affect your overall experience abroad. Here’s a curated a list of travel tips, do’s and don’ts for the monsoon travel for our Globe Aware volunteers.
Monsoon travel tips you must remember
Times of India
1 Be Prepared
A rainy-day trip for some means looking out the car window and imagining themselves in an emotional Bollywood scene, and for some, it’s the petrichor, must-inhale-the-vibe kind. The bottom line is, that it is fun. Everything around you looks fresh and vibrant; you witness nature refresh itself and you in the process.
The sky may be overcast, the sound of distant thunder coming at regular intervals, and you are looking forward to reaching the destination of your choice. It’s a different kind of fun traveling during the monsoon season.
But, if you are not well-prepared for the season, this could easily be one of the worst experiences as well. We don’t want you to go through that, so we have curated a list of travel tips, do’s, and don’ts for monsoon travel.