Explore The Lutembe Bay Wetland

When Lutembe Bay wetland is mentioned, what comes in the minds of any regular tourist to Uganda is bird watching because this site is a real Paradise when it comes to bird species.

Extending for only 3.1 square miles (8 square kilometers/800 hectares), this Important Bird Area and Ramsar wetland of International Importance (since 2006) is found on the Northern shores of Lake Victoria, the Africa’s largest Lake by area and World’s largest Tropical Lake.

If you ever visit Uganda and wish to participate in birding, the Lutembe Bay wetland (one of the 33 Important Birding Areas in Uganda) should not miss on your Itinerary because as rare as it seems, it is popular for offering shelter to over 200 species of birds including 26 migrants, making it the main migration stop for many Palearctic migrants from North Africa, Russia, Scandinavia as well as the main land of Europe and these birds include more than 1.5 million (52%) white-winged terns encountered during birding tours in Uganda, gull-billed terns, black-headed gulls, Holub’s golden weaver as well as several Grey-headed Gulls. Majority of the Migratory species of birds normally begin arriving within the Lutembe Bay wetland in the rainy season especially September to November and leave in the middle of February of early March.

Other bird species of interest found within the area include the African green Pigeon, Great knot, Sooty Chat, Hottentot Teal, Brown-backed scrub robins, Tropical Boubou, Broad-billed Sandpiper, African pygmy kingfishers, Whiskered Terns, the Caspian Tern, road-billed rollers, Lead-colored flycatcher and Temminck’s Stint among others. Additionally, there are also about 7 globally threatened species of birds like the Pallid Harrier (Circus macrouros), African skimmer (Rhynchops flavirostris), Papyrus Yellow warbler (Chloropeta gracilirostris), the Madagascar Squacco Heron (Ardeola idea), the Shoebill stork (Balaeniceps rex), Papyrus Gonolek (Laniarius mufumbiri) and the Great Snipe.

This wetland is part of the extensive Murchison bay that is known for abundant counts of flora and fauna species but this area offers materials for building as well as craft products to the local community members, fresh drinking water, fish, energy products and medicine among others. It is also a wonderful breeding ground for several fish species and several species can be found in the wetland. For instance, the endangered Cichlid fish, Clarius fish and Lung Fish are found within this wetland area.

This site is also a haven to a wide range of butterfly species (over 100 species have been recorded) including three extraordinary species that are not found in any other Important Bird Area of Uganda and they include Cacyreus virilis, Acraea Pharsalus and Belenois solilucis thus making it an ideal butterfly watching destination in Uganda.

Lutembe Bay wetland is also a haven to the rare Sitatunga antelopes, Otters (especially the African-Clawless otter and African spot-necked otters), Rodents and Shrews. Therefore, bird watching, nature walks and butterfly watching are some of the important tourist activities that can be enjoyed within this endowed tourist destination. This site is close to Kampala City and Entebbe International Airport hence making it easier accessible by tourists on Uganda tours.

Besides being a home to the wildlife, birds and butterflies, Lutembe Bay wetland naturally plays a role of filtering water that goes through it. Normally, it filters things like sediments, silt and excess nutrients in the running water as well as the dirty wastewater that comes from the nearby factories in addition to the sewage from all over Kampala.

List Important Bird Areas in Uganda

1) Echuya Forest Reserve
2) Mgahinga Gorilla national park
3) Bwindi Impenetrable national park
4) Nyamuriro Swamp
5) Queen Elizabeth National Park
6) Rwenzori Mountains National Park
7) Semliki Reserves
8) Lake Mburo National Park
9) Semliki National park
10) Kibale National Park
11) Kyambura wildlife reserve
12) Sango Bay Area
13) Mabira Forest
14) Bugoma Forest Reserve
15) Nabajjuzi wetland
16) Kidepo valley National Park
17) Kasyoha – Kitomi Forest reserve
18) Mount Moroto forest reserve
19) Lake Bisina
20) Mount Elgon National Park
21) Lake Opeta
22) Lake Nakuwa
23) Mount Otzi Forest Reserve
24) Doho Rice scheme
25) Mount Kei Forest reserve
26) Murchison Falls National Park
27) Lutembe Bay
28) Ajai wildlife reserve
29) Budongo Forest Reserve
30) Musambwa Island
31) Mabamba Bay
32) Lutoboka Paint
33) Nabugabo Wetland

Amabere Ga Nyinamwiru Caves

Situated in Fort Portal-Toro Kingdom western Uganda, Amabere Caves and Fort Portal Crater Lake fields feature among the most incredible tourist attractions that are worth exploring while on cultural safari in Uganda. Amabere G’Nyinamwiru caves come with the old breast like features which also have cultural and geographical attachment depending which direction you will view them.

The word Amabere Ga Nyinamwiru traditionally denotes breasts of Nyinamwiru-the breasts of the legendary daughter of the self enthroned king of the Bachwezi (King Bukuku) who succeeded the throne after the disappearance of Ishaza to underground world while following the beautiful cows which were sent as traps by Nyamiyonga the king of underground.

Bukuku was previously a gate keeper and who was left as the care taker of the palace at a time Ishaza succeeded as he delayed and a fact that he knew that he wasn’t from the royal lineage and hence not supposed to take over any kingship, he became suspicious and he knew that at one point he would be overthrown.

The fortune tellers foretold him that he would be overthrown by his own grand child whom his daughter Nyinamwiru gave birth to. Due to this, he became bitter with his daughter and decided to remove one eye in that men couldn’t get attracted to her.

He also constructed a strong enclosure whose only entrance was via the house of Bukuku and this meant that no one could pass via his house to access the enclosure where Nyinamwiru was put. However, regardless of all the efforts invested, the son of Ishaza called Isimbwa came back from the foreign land where his father had disappeared from and fell in love and hence lived there to abandon his Kingship.

Isimbwa later came while looking for his father’s kingship and later arrived at the palace. He was informed about Bukuku daughter and together with his aide; they constructed a long ladder that they used to climbing over the enclosure of Nyinamwiru.

He later got into the enclosure, slept with Nyinamwiru for some days and later left her when she was pregnant. She gave birth to Ndahura although her father vowed not to allow the child to live. After some time to let the child to have milk teeth as it was abominable to kill a child who hasn’t yet grown teeth, he was put on the banks of the nearby stream to roll himself into it though fortunately the child was saved by the local porter known Rubimbwa who took care of the abandoned child up to the time when he became old and led the death of his grandfather Bukuku which made him regain his ancestral drum. Ndahura established a strong Chwezi empire which covered larger areas of the Great Lakes Africa whose archeological remains are best explored by travelers till now while on safari in Uganda.

Locals were also allowed to explore more about the Nyinamwiru’s breast like features with its milky substance dripping as she didn’t have any baby to breastfeed. This cultural treasure comes with rich history that is worth adding in your bucket list.

Geographically, Amabere Ga Nyinamwiru feature among the most remarkable natural wonders that come with stalagmites and stalactites as well as calcium carbonate dripping on the ground to make the breast like pillars that most locals regard as breasts. Apart from Amabere caves, you can as well, pay a visit to the popular Fort Portal Crater Lake field that features numerous Crater hollows most of which are covered by water to make up the Crater Lakes like Lake Bikere, Kigere and Saaka that also come with stunning sceneries. While at this area, never miss to pay a visit to the Kyegangwa hill that offers exceptional panoramic views of the Lakes and the empty hollows in and around the area as well as the legendary mountains of the moon.

For the most enjoyable hiking safaris to these caves, you will need to have long trousers, better hiking boots, long sleeved shirts/T-shirt, rain jacket, backpack, bottled water, hat, snacks and many others. The Amabere caves are situated about seven kilometers off Fort Portal town next to Kibale Forest National Park.

In conclusion, Amabere caves feature among the very few most culturally endowed sites in Uganda for visitors to explore a lot about the local cultures and legends and pay a visit to its magnificent crater Lakes. For visitors on primate safaris to Kibale Forest National Park, Amabere caves should be a must to include in your travel itinerary.

Things to Do in Kigali City – Rwanda

Kigali capital city tours offer an in depth exploration of Kigali, its history, current state and undertaking a city tour to this magnificent city rewards you with lifetime experiences. Not only is this city endowed with its moderate climate that runs throughout the year, but also it is Rwanda’s most vibrant commercial center. This city straddles with Mount Kigali which features as the tallest mountain in the area at altitude of 1850 meters.

It is also credited for its remarkable nightlife which comes with beautiful lights that glimmer over country’s rolling hills. The beauty of Kigali is breathtaking, as it is very calm and clean featuring thousands of hills, winding boulevards and stunning flowering trees. It also features as Rwanda’s transport network hub given its developed transport system that is estimated to take a visitor about quarter an hour while on express bus routes to the main towns in Rwanda and the international airports like Kigali International Airport.

Kigali is separated into three districts of Gasabo, Nyarugenge and Kicukiro and it features about a million people. Kigali city tour begins as a historic trip with guided tours via the initial modern building where it was established up to the fast developing neighborhoods that are ever changing the look of the city. Incredibly, Kigali is undeniably one of the cleanest and safest cities that Africa offers to the world’s travelers and investors. And because of this, tourists on overland safari in Africa prefer having a break in Kigali before continuing with their safari to the Northern or Southern Africa.

As a capital city, Kigali was founded in 1907 as a small colonial out post by Dr Richard Kandt who was the very first resident German colonialist in Rwanda. He mainly stayed around the base of Mount Jali and Kigali in the heart of the city and currently this place was changed into a natural historical museum in remembrance of his amazing work and for city tours, it acts as a main stopover.

While on your tours, you will explore most of the ancient commercial quarters, residential and business areas in Kigali, historical sites that were founded in remembrance of the 1994 terrific Rwanda genocide, the Kigali genocide memorial site, pay a visit to camp Kigali memorial that features ten stone columns which mark the spots where the 10 Belgian peace keepers were murdered on the first day of the genocide and Nyanza genocide memorial site in Kicukiro which features 4mass graves with several wooden crosses where over 5000 remains of the Tutsis people who gathered here for safety, guided safari to the Gisozi genocide memorial site, exploring most of the neighborhoods and local tourist attractions within the city center and many more.

Besides, you will also have a chance to explore most of Kigali’s bars, coffee shops, local and international restaurants that provide Chinese, Italian, Thai, Greek, North African and East African cuisines. Resto bars feature among the most favorites for most of the travelers on safari in Kigali as most of them are attracted to delicious meals and nice music as well as drinks and sound nightlife that reward visitors with lifetime experiences. You can also pay a visit to Kigali’s tallest office and retail building in Rwanda famously called Kigali city tower that was set up by Rwandan businessman known as Hatari Sekoko and later it was opened around 2011.

The notable tourist activities to participate while in Kigali include Kigali city tours, horseback riding, city walks and cultural encounters; visit the markets, shopping and many others.

For visitor stay, there are several accommodation facilities for you to choose ranging from luxury to budget and notable international hotels like Umubano Kigali Hotel, Hotel des Mille Collines, Kigali Serena Hotel, Marriott Hotel, Apartments like St Augustine Apartment, guest houses such as Yambi guesthouse and many more.

In conclusion, Kigali city tour is remarkable on its own way. For visitors on Rwanda safari a city tour in Kigali should be a must to do for you to explore in depth what this magnificent city offers to the world.

Tips for Planning a Family Trip in Uganda

Family trips in Uganda have become the most sought after experience today. It is one way of enjoying your outdoor activities with your dear ones and children. Most visitors tend to opt for solo travel or simply go when they are two as a couple. Taking a family vacation binds you and your family members.

Uganda is the best and perfect area for you to travel to with your family. There is a lot more to enjoy including the vast savanna national parks which inhabit a number of wildlife species amazing rolling hills, mountains especially the snow capped Rwenzori Mountain ranges, people and culture and many more. Not to forget adrenaline adventures in Jinja especially the zip lining, quad biking, white water rafting, Nile jet, horse back riding, bungee jumping and many others. To have the most successful family trip in Uganda is challenging. But below are some of the tips to guide you through the entire planning process for your family trip in Uganda.

Base on the experience guide and prominent tour company

If you are looking for the trusted and reliable tour companies in Uganda, simply contact the agency offices and you will make your dreams to come true in Africa. They must be registered with the Ministry of tourism and heritage as well as full members of Association of Uganda Tour Operators. Make sure that the tour company you choose has experienced guides to offer you that long awaited experience of lifetime. They must be well versed with the rules of the national parks and they are able to explain in details about various wildlife species while on game drive in any of the savanna protected areas.

Check out the beauty of the safari car

Family Safari Vehicle

Getting on a family trip in Uganda goes beyond the large number of travelers. The happiness is based on who plans it. This means that you need to hire a 4×4 safari car that is comfortable for your family members while on a road trip in Uganda. We have a wide range of safari cars for you to select including Safari Land Cruisers, Safari Vans, Nissan Patrol and many more. Book a car depending on the size of travelers and which one makes you comfortable. For instance, if you have game drives in your safari, then you need a safari car with pop-up roof for excellent game viewing and photographing and this must be a 4×4 car because the roads to parks are not in good condition.

Choose the area you want to visit

Choosing the best site for your trip depends on what other members of the family are interested in. In case you are taking a trip with children 12 years and they are more than the adults, traveling for primate experience may not be allowed. You have to be keen and choose areas that cover all interests of travelers.

Plan in advance

Given the fact that your interest lies in family trips, planning should be conducted as early as possible. You need to make sure that each person on the trip qualifies for the trip in the destination. Check through the travel documents and find out the details of their validity. This also allows you have proper calculated.

Get to know weather condition

Google search and find out the state of weather in Uganda before traveling. At times rainy season is not that convenient for one to navigate especially for the muddy roads where most of the tourist attractions in Uganda are located. Contact a local car rental agency or tour operator and find out the suitable season of the year to plan your safari. Uganda’s tourism is largely conducted around the dry season which is the best time to go primate and game drive safaris in tropical rain forests and savanna grasslands respectively.

Following the above tips, to your family trip in Uganda successful, you need to consider various tips to guide you some of which have been listed above. To rent a reliable, comfortable and perfect safari vehicle for family trips in Uganda, simply contact our head offices and we shall be of great help to you.

Benefits for Safari car Rental in Rwanda

With 4×4 Uganda Limited, visitors on African safaris have opportunity to explore in and around the country’s most incredible biodiversity, Lakes, Rivers, traditions and cultures, historical sites, genocide memorial sites, and many more. Prior planning your vacation, hiring one of our excellent 4×4 cars is remarkably the best way for you to discover what this country holds for the world. Rwanda is also famous as the Land of a Thousand Hills and while you are on your African vacation you will be able to catch a glimpse of its spectacular rolling hills.
Below are some of the benefits that you will get when you rent a car for your safari in Rwanda.

Opportunity to explore the natural wonders of Rwanda

Renting a car in Rwanda with 4×4 Uganda provide amazing opportunity for its visitors to explore what this country has in offer to the globe. Rwanda is famous for mountain gorilla trekking in Volcanoes National Park which features as the leading adventure that you shouldn’t miss out to explore with one of our excellent car rentals that is in available for hire for you to achieve your dreams.

You can also have a chance to explore other protected areas like Nyungwe Forest National Park, Akagera National Park, Gishwati National Park and many more touristic sites including the Rwanda genocide memorial sites. Renting a 4×4 car with 4×4 Uganda assures you of amazing experiences and smooth navigation through the rough and the remotest areas where most of Rwanda’s tourist attractions are located. You have adequate time to effect payments. Interestingly, you can embark on self drive adventures or guided tours or even group safaris with your family, friends or crew members. When it comes to our car hire services, visitors are not restricted as they have freedom to enjoy all that they feel or their hearts desire.

Opportunity to enjoy total comfort

Our Rental cars offer travelers that total comfort that they have ever thought about in their lives. They come with air condition, comfortable seats; pop up roof, windows, FM Radio, MP3, USB and Aux, Mini-fridge,  and many more. For any road assistance, we are ever available 24/7.

Adventure new interesting areas

You can choose to use a self drive car especially a 4wd and you will have a chance to explore the hidden treasures that this country has in offer for the world travelers. Compared to guided safaris where a guide is in the lead to tourist sites, with self drive car services, you have a freedom and flexibility to enjoy most of the new attractions at your own pace.

For Safety

When it comes to safaris in Rwanda, all our car rentals can be tracked given that they are run by GPS system. If you take a wrong direction, your four wheel drive car hire will indicate to you as early as possible. And this reduces cases of clients falling in the hands of wrong people while looking direction.

In conclusion, acquiring a car rental for safari in Rwanda is incredibly one of the best ways in which you can comfortably explore what is in and around the destination at your own pace. If you are planning to travel to Rwanda, do not miss to set off for self drive safari to most of its stunning protected areas as well as remarkable historical sites or you can choose to embark on city tour in Kigali and explore most of its attractions.

Get Fast, Cheap Car hire in Uganda with 4×4 Uganda Ltd

4×4 Uganda Ltd offers you access to a stunning number of car rental options and gives the ability to book a self drive car for you and your fellow travelers with only a couple of clicks of your mouse or taps of your cell phone. It’s simple, it’s cheap, and it’s maybe the best way to get a car to get around so you can get vacation experiences that will last forever.

Possibly you’ve decided it’s about time you and your family or mates hit the Ugandan highway to explore bit a bit more of what this stunning east African country has to offer. Or on the other hand maybe it’s the ideal opportunity for you to explore the country’s interesting attractions and even the neighboring countries like Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania and others. You can get a car that will open up the map to your travelling impulses in all the east African countries.

4×4 Uganda Ltd has you covered when you need to extend your vacation legs and hire a vehicle outside of Uganda, as well. Heading for an African safari where you can visit most of the African countries with the car hired from 4×4 Uganda Ltd. Transform the whole of the African continent into your own personal playground with a rental vehicle that fits all your needs, travelling party, and budget. With cheap car rental outlets in most famous travel destinations in East Africa, including, however not restricted to, Kenya, Tanzania and Rwanda, you can see fantastic notable attractions without worrying about how you will get around.

Regardless of whether you’re searching for a car, SUV or truck to get you from one destination to another, or need to go for camping trip we can also provide camping gears at affordable price. We can help you to get the keys to the car you need to make a memorable vacation in Africa.

We can’t ensure your flight will be on time. Or then again that your luggage will make it to your destination. What’s more, there’s nothing we can do about guaranteeing your accommodation appears as though it does in the photographs and is free of bed bugs. Be that as it may, we beyond any doubt ensure you to get a well serviced and cheap car rental in Uganda. With 4×4 Uganda Ltd, getting a car for hire is just one less thing you need to worry about, giving you a bit more peace of mind and giving you a chance to focus on other vital parts of your excursion.

More Luxury Hotels Constructed in Kampala

The 2016 survey conducted by W Hospitality Group on hotel chains development in Africa revealed that there are around 1,200 more hotels rooms set to be built in the country and agreements had just been signed with prominent global hotel chains, for example, Hilton Garden Inn, Radisson Blu and InterContinental to manage most of these new hotels. These hotels would start working between 2017 and 2020, said W Hospitality Group.

Last year 2017 the country witnessed the opening of two new 5-star and 4-star hotel in Kampala, making a total number of 8 5-star hotels in the capital. The recently established 4-Star Hotel Golden Tulip Canaan Kampala, which works under the management of an international hotel chain – Golden Tulip, opened in Kampala in May, adding a total of “124 elegantly appointed suites and rooms, several of which incorporate private balconies offering an amazing view of the adjoining golf course.”

The new lodging, situated in Nakasero in the city’s central business area, offers luxury services: smooth conference rooms, a rooftop eatery and parlor “where you can enjoy a clear view over Lake Victoria”, a health centre and gym.

In October 2017 still there was opening of the 5-Star Pearl of Africa Hotel in Kampala, additionally situated in the swanky Nakasero neighborhood. This facility has 23 floors, offers visitors a 360 degrees view of Kampala city, has pleasantries, for example, “a 740 square-meter dance hall, 9 conference rooms, 2 boardrooms, a business center, 3 swimming pools and a modern wellness centre with luxury spa and a fully equipped gym.”

The initial arrangement was to make it a Hilton Hotels’ Ugandan arm however it’s as of now managed by South Africa’s Sovereign Hotels.

Such impressive hotels, industry players say, have made Uganda a competitive Meetings, Incentives, Conference and Exhibitions (MICE) spot in the area. Uganda now gloats up to 90 reviewed hotels and lodges – up from less than 30 only two years prior when the tourism ministry first classified the country’s hotel.

Top 10 Safety Tips for Self Drive Tour in Uganda

Self drive safaris in Uganda have become famous and new car hire agencies are ever on increase in most towns like Kampala, Kabale, Jinja, Mbarara and many more. Previously, guided tours were the order of day but now, most tourists have developed interest in self drive tours. The challenge with driving in Uganda is that most cars are old, remote and narrow roads and many more.

Below are the top 10 tips to safely enjoy a self drive holiday in Uganda

  1. Avoid driving at night
    If you are taking a self drive tour in Uganda, make sure you do not travel during night hours. Avoid driving in areas without lights as they are highly risky especially with robbers. Driving at night is very challenging in case of any breakdowns it might not be easy for you to get assistance. Be security conscious to yourself as safety starts with you.
  2. Inspect the vehicle
    Before driving the car, it is always advisable to cross check it. Check if the tyres are of better conditions and a spare tyre is available in better condition also. For long journeys, at least two spare tyres are advisable. As well, you make sure that you also check the level of oil, lights, wiper blades, water level and any kind of leakages. The service tag will indicate you when the vehicle was last serviced.
  3. Use Road map and GPS
    Given that you are driving in another country, this means that you use a road map or GPS to help you navigate through the remotest areas in Uganda. Reputable car hire agency can offer you with GPS and road maps at no extra cost.
  4. Follow traffic laws
    Following traffic rules and regulations is something important when it comes to driving in Uganda. It saves you from any dangers on the road. Among the notable rules to bear in mind include road signs, avoid drinking and then drive, put on your seat belt and the rest of members should also be on their seat belts.
  5. Have a rest, eat and fuel the vehicle
    Breaks are the best way for you to refresh especially for longer journeys. It also helps you buy more fuel for the vehicle and saves you from being stranded in the remotest areas where there are no petrol or fuel stations. Do not drive away from the major town without filling the gas tank as you may not know how long it can to get another gas station. You can not get a fuel station in national parks and this means that you need adequate fuel that can take you to and back to the areas with fuel stations. Do not be among those who get stuck in the middle of the national park. Planning well and enjoy your safari.
  6. Avoid driving when you tired
    If you feel sleepy or tired, please do not drive. It is better you park and get some rest or if you are traveling with your friends and they know how to drive you can give one of them to also drive provided he or she has a valid driver’s license.
  7. Be mindful of the weather patterns
    While on safari, drive based on the nature of the weather. In case it is raining, the roads can be muddy and slippery especially in the remotest national parks and this means that your speed has to reduce. Driving on murram roads can be challenging and they can be dusty with potholes when it is wet season. To be on safer side, you must rent a 4×4 car in Kampala from credible companies to avoid disappointments.
  8. Be mindful of other road users
    Most drivers tend to think like they are the only ones on road and yet it is not the case. Uganda roads are narrow and they come with pedestrians all using the same roads. This means you will be driving as motorists, cyclists, students, cattle all crossing the roads and many more.
  9. Follow the national park rules and regulations
    The national park has its own rules and regulations for drivers to follow. You are not allowed to feed the wild animal, not to walk alone in the national park, keep yourself inside the tent and do not keep food items around the tent as they can attract hyena and lions. For any disrespect, you will be charged with shs.100000 for over speeding and $150 for off road driving in the national park.
  10. Mobile network coverage
    Given the nature of area, most parts of the national park do not have clear network coverage and you are encouraged to come with at least satellite phones.

    In conclusion, self drive safaris in Uganda are very flexible and allow visitors to enjoy variety of attraction within their convenience. Follow the above tips and you will enjoy your self drive tours in Uganda without any disturbance.

Some of the wears you should avoid when travelling abroad

There is a time life when you want to travel abroad, it may be of any reason – business, studies or even travelling as a tourists and enjoy new sights. Like Uganda every nation in the world has its own particular traditions and rules which they need to be followed by foreigners who visit the country. There is an expression in English, “when in Rome, do as the Romans do”. Visiting any nation we should not abuse their rules and traditional rather follow them full heartedly. During any travel we should remember what to wear and what to not and its especially much vital for us to mind which things we should put on.

Shorts
Shorts is not that much recognizable dress wherever like in America shorts is really common however for countries like Vietnam and Indonesia it’s not very familiar with the public over there. Along these lines, do pack your bag according to the way of life and rules of the nation you’re travelling to.

Religiously immodest clothing
It’s a good idea to first make research on the country you’re hoping to travel to, for example when travelling to countries like those in middle east to dress conservatively because these countries hold deeply their religious views. In these countries you should avoid wearing shorts, miniskirts, tight jeans, cut sleeves particularly when entering to their holly places like, mosques, churches and others. In the interim they should carry a shawl or walk with them just in case.

Electronic Gadgets
Devices like expensive mobile phones, cameras ought to be kept away from while travelling as it might leave you just like a tourist. In the event that you need yourself to be part of the local people so that you can associate with them freely, take less photos of the place you have travelled to and don’t move with expensive gadgets.

Flashy Jewellery
This mostly apply to ladies, they should avoid putting on expensive jewellery when planning to travel abroad. You really don’t have to show off any valuables to anyone because this will attract thieves the thing which will land you in danger yet you are far from home.

Bright Colors
Unless when bright colors are the need of your destination, try avoiding them. Opt for suttle colors which characterize every mood and temperature. Try to put on these colors which are common among the local people as it will add in the community instead of putting you totally different and out casted.

Awkward foot wears
While packing for any trip abroad, for example when going a tour you should think of packing comfortable and light shoes which would be useful especially when you’re walking around. High heels will leave you in agony rather having fun and happy moment on your trip with the friend and loved ones.

Big jacket
It is particularly vital to take care with the types of garments we are parking for a long excursion. Try avoiding larger coats and useless clothes without which tour is reasonable. As this will save you both space and hassle when packing.

Top travel tips you must know when packing for a Trip

Everyone in the world has the dreaming of travelling and visiting different beautiful destinations in the world. For me am here to help you organize and plan a successful vacation and we sit and sort out various information for a great day on the trip! It greatly tightens our effort. But, after sorting out everything carefully, some people tend to leave out some things which don’t strike us.

Check out the top travel tips that you must know while planning a self drive trip

Keep Someone Informed About Your Complete Plan
Ping someone, other than your friends and keep her/him aware about all your trips and stopovers. This is really important in case you fall in any sort of trouble. It would be easier for him/her to bail you out.

Keep arrivals during the day!
This is better when you’re planning an only Girls Tour it’s extremely fun, yet it is perfect to be somehow watchful. Arrive at your destination during day time to observe the area and get a clearer picture about the place and the feeling around.

Keep a Check on your Belongings
We simply overlook the world when in fun mode and are totally elated. Simply ensure your things are safe, particularly in public transport like bus or train, so that no spoiler occurs on the trip.

Put your cash in different places
This is another thing to think about when you’re planning a tour, it’s recommended to not place all your money in one place, its better you place them in two or three different places in case one luggage is lost your pockets won’t go radically empty.

Travel light
Luggage is one the most important thing to think about when planning to a trip, it’s recommended to carry a minimal luggage as possible so that it doesn’t become a problem for you to carry it and you can also manage it easily. Leave off the extras!

Wrap the liquids
Things like Shampoos and moisturizers are supposed to be placed in a specific place in the luggage, wrap them well in a plastic so that they don’t get squeezed and leave your luggage messed.

GPS needed!
On the off chance that on an excursion, particularly self drive tour one must have their GPS active to find the route handy. This saves a lot of time you would have wasted on stopping anywhere asking for direction.

Keep the essentials handy
While packing keep things that you regularly use in the front pockets of the pack so that you don’t need to open the luggage all the time. On the off chance that you are travelling with the car, keep a small bag near with the basics, to avoid opening the dickey inevitably.

Avoid Breakdown
Keep your travel documents like passport, visa license and others. And also mail a soft copy to yourself, in case something goes wrong, your identity needs a proof when you’re in a foreign country.

With simply being somewhat more careful, you can make the most of your tour to the fullest.

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