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10 Packing Mistakes to Avoid

Packing is more than a mere function of traveling; it’s a creative process that can make or break your trip. Here’s how to be perfectly prepared for the destination ahead.

1. Using the wrong bag

My first order of business is the bag: Depending on the destination, I go with a duffle (Orvis Battenkill, pictured, and Filson are stand outs) or a roller (Rimowa, ZERO Halliburton, TUMI, and Eddie Bauer all make great models). And despite what others may recommend, I almost always check my bag—I’d rather spare myself the maddening competition for overhead space and settle in.

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7 things to avoid while traveling in the Himalayas

You might be panic about getting authentic information related with Himalayas. Hence, we have listed seven things to avoid while traveling in the Himalayas.

1. Illegal Tour and Travel operators

Due to essay access to internet, the large numbers of travel operators are providing lucrative travel offers even in this part of the world. Those travel companies are illegally operating and hence it will be better idea to recognize such companies. We recommend avoiding such travel and tour operators while traveling in the Himalayas.

2. Language Differences

Due to rapid expansion of communication technology people living even the remote part of the world like Himalayas are in-touch with English language. Hence if you are worrying about language difference before traveling in the Himalayas please leave it immediately. We even suggest learning few local phrases so that you can easily intermingle with local culture.

3. Unprofessional Healing Centers

For ages Himalaya remained central attraction among those people who are in search of spiritual quest. The peaceful locale for meditation and availability of traditional medicinal herbs arrest the attention of world travel even today in the Himalayas. Along with adventure travel, people travel in the Himalayas in the hope of healing chronic diseases which are impossible to cure by modern medical sciences. Thus, if you are in search of spiritual healing center in the Himalayas we recommend you to be careful and selective.

4. Useless travel gadgets

If you are preparing to travel in the Himalayas we suggest you to avoid purchasing unnecessary travel gadgets. The Himalaya region is geographically diverse and culturally vast. The different regions require different travel gadgets. Hence, it will be better idea to consult with adventure travel companies what to purchase or not once you arrive in the travel destination.

5. Overpacking

Avoid overpacking!!! You are travelling in such destination where economy is rapidly booming. Whatever kinds of things you are planning to bring in all will be available comparatively in a cheaper price in South Asia. If such is the situation, why should pay extra cost for airline.

6. Security Concern

You are travelling in the region where Buddha preached his lesson of world peace and fraternity among humanity. The mid hill villages of Himalayan region are inhabited by Buddhist followers. Likewise, South Asian Nations see their economic prosperity in welcoming international visitors from around the world. The moment you land in the Himalaya you will find welcoming people. Hence, avoid the tension of security concern while preparing to travel in Himalayas.

7. Heavy Dependency on Guidebooks and Online Resources

Another serious concern that drags the attention of travelers in this region is they heavily depend on guidebooks and online resources in obtaining information of about Himalayas. Some books or online resource might be helpful but we can not blindly trust their information. For this reason, it is better to avoid complete dependency over those sources. Unless and until you meet with local guides or travel operators it will be impossible to get correct information about the mountains, cultures, festivals and trekking trails in the Himalayas.