Travel Tip #22

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Want to know some of the offbeat places in a new country, head over to local travel groups in the social media and ask a question. Skip the touristic places and explore the offbeat locations which are mentioned on the social media which will help you to experience a new country in its roots.

With a boom of social media, one can find at least a picture or two at any offbeat locations on sites such as Instagram and also you can ask forums in travel websites such as TripAdvisor.

Travel forum on social media
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When I visit a new place, I tend to research on websites before asking questions to stay and explore in forums. Later, once I get a response, I would check the places on Instagram and then make my plans.

Checking out location pictures on Instagram
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Social media is a powerful tool for a solo traveller as people hear more of touristic places, however, there are some places which are less explored but would be more photographic friendly places. Hence, use social media before you plan a trip to an unknown location.

Shravan
Shravan
The man behind A Lone Backpacker, Shravan worked in the corporate jobs to quit after he fell in love with solo travelling. The first trip he travelled solo was to Bali exploring backpacker places and connected with the nature. He loves to travel to untapped places and imbibe the culture of new destination, try out local delicacies and share his knowledge to the world.

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