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“Independence Weekend”: We’re talking about “Azaadi” while traveling

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This “Independence” weekend, compulsive travelers have their hands full— wrapping up work at office, rushing to your homes and packing your bags! Just a few hours to go before you find yourself combating the prancing waves of Digha or appreciating the iconic architecture of Bishnupur!! It’s a three-day weekend and it’s time to travel!!!

Would you find time to go through this quick travel checklist before stepping out? You better do, because here we’ll just walk you through specific tips that might turn to be of immense value when you’re traveling during a mini-peak season. This Independence, wherever you have planned your trip, expect a lot of visitors or co-travelers. And, we all understand that it’s not easy to brave crowd when you’re holidaying!!

Don’t worry! This Independence Day, we’re speaking about “Azaadi while traveling”- Azaadi from ignorance, “Azaadi from untoward experiences” and “Azaadi from illnesses”. And no! We aren’t going to take up much of your time as well. Here’s a quick look!

Your complete travel checklist before this Independence Day

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#1. Check our list

West Bengal is brimming with weekend gateways – hills, seas and edifices- they’re as diverse as they can possibly get. By this time you must have planned where you’re going. Bakkhali, Bishnupur or Darjeeling – which is that one destination you have picked this Independence weekend? Know your destination better:
http://bongyatra.com/top-weekend-destinations-near-kolkata-get-a-taste-of-west-bengals-diversity

#2. Make sure you don’t fall ill on your way

Learn about food safety while traveling. Teach your kids about the same. Food poisoning, stomach aches or other bowel problems are the most common reasons why travelers fall ill- and all of them stem from bad food. Learn how to steer clear:
http://bongyatra.com/food-safety-tips-while-travelling-make-the-most-of-your-trip

#3. Say no to anger

Expect all kinds of co-passengers on buses and trains – jostling for their place in the weekend frenzy. Don’t be upset by bad (annoying, downright inconsiderate, loud and so on) co-passengers. Learn how to avoid them:
http://bongyatra.com/how-to-deal-with-bad-co-passengers

 

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