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Gaurav Malhotra

‘For travel addicts, the constant question on their minds is: Where do I go next? In this article, we’re making that decision a little bit easier for you by listing the three question you must first ask yourself.’

Wanderlust cannot be cured. The more you travel, the more you want to travel. There is no dearth of places to see in the world, and yet for many of us, even if we had our whole life to travel and even if we got all the money we needed for it, we wouldn’t be able to cover the whole planet. We must choose.
This can be a daunting thing sometimes, so we’re putting together a list of three questions you can ask yourself when trying to decide where to go next.
1. How long to do you want the trip to be?
There are some destinations which are hard to get to. It will take you a good week going to the place and coming back from it, and the sojourn will leave you so tired that you will not be left with energy to explore the place. Before you fall into a trap like that, ask yourself how long your getaway is going to be. For shorter trips, choose places that are easily accessible.

2. What’s your budget?
This is the all-important question. It is possible to spend lavishly on a location close by, and it is also possible to be thrifty with a faraway holiday spot. It all depends on the kind of experience you want. So plan ahead, and involve all holiday goers in the discussion.

3. What kind of experiences do you want?
Some people want to ‘chill’ on a holiday, whereas others want to explore every nook and corner of the getaway spot. Plan ahead of time as to what activities and experiences take priority and what can be safely missed.

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