Papua is one of Indonesia’s charms that is located in eastern Indonesia. This place is famous for its exotic destinations and still awake. A variety of charming magnificence, both in the sea and on the land, you can spot here. Is it safe to say that you are wanting to go to Papua during a long holiday? Some people love to plan their Papua Tour with their family or best friends, some just love to explore around the world alone. Travelling alone might sound like a terrifying idea, but there are many advantages to taking a trip on your own. But solo traveling hasn’t always been a smooth ride. Here are 5 tips for solo female travelers to help you to solo trip in Papua.
Do your research about Papua Tour
Since this is your first trip, you really want to set yourself up for success and a fun trip. Knowledge is power and will help you feel confident in adventure out alone. Learn all you can about the itinerary you’re visiting before you even arrive. Even when you join an organised Papua Tour, it’s always best to know your itinerary in detail. Knowing the basic information such as tipping customs, cultural differences and the weather can go a long way.
Double check the Papua Tour reservations
Make sure you double check your accommodation and flight to ensure that everything matches up correctly. You don’t want to waste your money and book an extra night by mistake, or worse, there is no available room at all when you arrive late after a long-haul flight.
Making friends along the way can enhance your overall travel experience and keep you safe, especially when you are going into a destination as Papua. Meeting new people could help you to share the fun of exploring the newly found Papua, snorkeling, swimming, diving and camping stories.
Copy and print!
It is always a good idea to have an extra copy of your important documents like driver’s licence, passport, and travel insurance. You need to print and pack with you or send to your email. So you can access the documents from everywhere without the risk of losing the copies.
Stay in touch
Share your pictures and itinerary with friends or family, and check in every coupe of the days during the trip. As well as reassuring them that you’re having a great time and safe.
A lot of people pack way more than what they need during the trip. Keep in mind, only bring the things that you need. Carrying several bags gets quick attention and like many of the other things on this list will make you a prime target for thieves on holiday. So, will you be able to run while carrying your several bags? Actually, over packing will only slow you down.