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Questions are welcomed, as are threads sharing experiences or generally discussing travel. For very general questions, you can get answers faster at other sites. Google is your friend. Start there, then come back here for specific questions. Some good links for basic info, and a few Pet Peeves of the board, are included within this thread.22 destinations that were ruined by tourists over the past decadeVisiting Bali these days feels less and less as if you're experiencing some of Indonesia's many rich cultures.
Lines waiting to reach the summit of Mount Everest are causing serious safety concerns.
Eleven people died in this year's climbing season on Everest — and images posted to social media of huge line to reach the summit shocked many people. But while hundreds of people now reach the summit annually, many more just trek to Base Camp — leaving several tons of garbage and human waste behind. In sum: The world's highest mountain is being desecrated.
The climax of "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" was filmed in Petra, Jordan. While it certainly is an impressive sight that can conjure all kinds of treasure-hunting fantasies, a lot of other people seem to have the same idea — crowds can be pushy, merchants even pushier (not to mention price gouges), and overall it can feel like anything but an escape from everyday life.
Real-life Dubrovnik is struggling against the horde of smartphone and selfie-stick-wielding tourists.
As ever-increasing numbers of celebrities, the ultra-wealthy, and even ordinary folks attend Burning Man each year in the Nevada desert, there's concern the event could be losing its way.
More people want to experience Berlin to the fullest. Rising rents and gentrification are also killing the vibe — plus, it's hard to make money from a club.
But all those fancy overwater bungalows in the Maldives are filled with tourists, not local people. The Independent reports that environmental impact is a concern, for one. And then there's the issue of climate change and rising sea levels — many of the nation's islands could be underwater before this century ends, according to The Telegraph. https://www.insider.com/places-ruined-by-tourists-over-the-past-decade-2019-12#berlin-is-poor-but-sexy-and-also-gentrifying-15No titleWhat makes you think you're better than an ordinary tourist?Incel HelpCan we make a thread where we show how easy it is to the incels who cannot understand.
Met this girl on WeChat. Gonna meet her in one hour. She's a 7.5/10, don't ask for pictures.
In Philippines right now.ContikiIf you want to travel with Contiki use code CONTIKIARCHI for 10% off any 7+ day trip. They're also having a lot of sales that you can stack this code onto. (Like 20% off Asia trips). This only works if you're buying from the USA.Why you should NOT visit Cambodia!I saw recently some people asking here on /trv/ about Cambodia so I thought maybe this youtube video could help you out.
IT IS BAD!!!
https://youtu.be/4dmKZs-3va8I got 3 days in TorontoThe hotel is expensive is fuck holy shit this place better be good.
It's going to be March, some people are whispering I should miss Nigeria falls because it's March.
I'll see the hockey hall of fame and then what.No titleYou have a budget of $2500-$3000(including airfare and room) to travel anywhere for 7-10 days. Where do you go? Asking for a friend?No titleHe's back.
https://youtu.be/vfqfNUnhRVcRecommendations for travel?I know I'm going to sound like a spoiled faggot but I'm literally tired of Earth. I've been everywhere worth going, done everything worth doing, and eaten everything worth eating. I know Michelin stars are for fags but I have over 100 under my belt.
I'm 35 years old and through a combination of inheritance, investing, cryptocurrency, and a decent salaried job out of college I was able to "retire" at 30. I still work but it's freelance, and the majority of my income comes from rental properties.
I've done both luxurious and decedent traveling filled with boozing and partying, as well as solo backpacking while abstaining from any substances to focus on connecting with nature and my inner self, and everything in-between.
Because of the internet, everything is boring now because the world has been connected. I can do enormous amounts of research on any place before I go, and even if I go somewhere doing almost no research, people and food are basically the same everywhere.
All people behave in the same way (except maybe blacks, I hated most parts of Africa and think it should be wiped off the planet as it does nothing but breed poverty, violence, and disease), and no food surprises me anymore. Between living on a farm in Mongolia to molecular gastronomy in Paris, I've eaten it all.
What is there to do? I can't go to the moon, or mars, and probably wouldn't want to anyways. Am I living in some kind of hell? I've explored so much that I'm permanently bored now. Traveling used to make me so happy but now I'm just like "meh" to everything.
also I'm not depressed or anything, I find immense joy in my hobbies, this is simply about traveling.
Any recommendations?No title>basic bitch travel: the countryNo titlewhich hostel would you stay at based off this. city is athensNo titleWhy the fuck does this country get such a good wrap? It's people are like all the worst aspects of americans amplified times 10. I thought canadians were suppose to be the better version of america in politeness and shit, you all are whackass backwards. Not to mention there is fucking nothing to do in your country, it's like "american midwest the country"No titleI'm taking my parents and brother + our dog on their first ever trip to the US. The tickets are booked. We're all Polish. It's gotten easier to travel now, I just got them all ESTAs.
I've already been to New York and Washington, but I never visited Boston area and rural Pensilvania. Should we visit some Amish villages? Are Amish people unfriendly towards tourists? Is there any real danger that a black bear will eat my dog in upstate New York? Is Canadian side of the Niagara falls worth going to? Is there anything you can think of we should visit along our route (pic related)?Hipster cities that aren't full lefty>move to conservative republican leaning district >enjoy the lack of sjw shit, low crime, organized society living >feelsgoodman.jpg >everyone is an unimaginative dresser >no arts scene at all >"anon you're a hipster"
>move to liberal "hip" neighborhood >never bored, always some diy shit going on >a blast to people watch >gays trannies and anti-straight men everywhere >"anon you're more conservative than you think you are"
Where in the US can I be a centrist hipster?
Pittsburgh looks like it might be the closest candidate, that and maybe like Asheville NC or some shit. SF/DC/NYC is too left wing for me.Where is the worst place you have been?Pic related for me, Niagara Falls themselves are great but the city itself is a shithole. It's like a freezing and run down version of Vegas. Would not recommend.No titleWhat are your experiences with these countries? (the -stan countries) I seen one anon lately saying kazahkstan was beautiful and I've seen the others mentioned positively other times too. Is there much to see there in the cities or is the main draw the nature? I'm guessing there isn't a massive tourist infrastructure in any of them Also going to guess english isn't widespread and russian would be the main 2nd language there Tell me your stories /trv/QTDDTOTLooked for a general but couldn't find one, so might as well start one up and ask my own question.
Me and a few buddies are planning on going to San Francisco (flying out of Portland, OR) in June 2020. When would be the best time for us to buy plane tickets?
Any other general tips as well?Japanese dating placesDoes anyone know any good places to meet up Japanese girls in Japan ? Any good apps or magazines for that ?St. PetersburgHeading to st petersburg on a mini holiday, any tips on interesting places or restaurants?Revisiting>Let's never come here again, because it would never be as much fun.
Do you ever, and how often, return to your favorite destinations?
I really want to go back to this one place where I had an amazing time, but I'm afraid it would never be as great as it was the first time. Like, it's simply impossible to replicate/relive these travel experiences. There's also the fear of overwriting good memories with far worse ones. So in the end maybe it's best to not revisit? But I'll never know unless I return.
How do you feel about this?Patagonia v North face v KathmanduWhich is your choice of clothing in terms of longevity, quality and chic coolness./africa/Alright I'm bored of Latin America and Asia. What is the best country in Africa (not North Africa) to travel for 2-3 weeks? I don't want to rent a car or go on some stupid boomer tour group.No titleI've never been to a more disgusting, fifthly, depressing shithole in my life. If I had to permanently live there Id kill myself.No titleHow do people treat tourists in your country?Korea generalFeel free to discuss about anything related to this thread >tours >hotel >shopping >restaurants >school >lawsNo titlereal traveler mapNiche or little known places in Japan.Locations, stores, restaurants, anything. See this as your excuse to brag about the cool locals-know only (or nobody-know) places in Japan. I'll start - I was lucky to live in Futakotamagawa, a city of rivers. Just beautiful every day on the way to work, especially in hanabi season. Worth a relaxing day's walk outside.MexicoHi, I'm wanting to travel to Mexico with my grandfather. He doesn't like beaches but has always wanted to go to Mexico. We are white Americans. What are some of the better places to go in Mexico that don't involve saltwater and sand? Mexico City? Guadalajara?No titlePittsburgher here. I am thinking of moving to Boise in the next few years. What are the areas to avoid and what are the nice areas? I vote Republican, so don't worry.No titlePlanning on a trip to France this New year for 2 weeks with my gf. What city or town do you guys recommend us going? Also how are the food/desserts like? I their pastries are really deliciousNo titleAnyone else hate where they're from?
Hadn't been back to the UK for 5 years. Stayed 8 days. I get pretty down after day 2.
I’ll come to Bangkok at 5 December for two month and I have 500$ for living at this time. What do you advice me to do for don’t die and have a fun? I’m 26 years old, I speak English and Thai a little bit. I need adventure.No title>> Gonna be an hobo in 35 days. >> Only possession is a 50L Millet bagpack >> Only saving left 1.4k eur >> Plan to leave belgium in less than two month Willing to head italy / greece for warmer weather and low cost, imdoingitalright?/Australia/A thread for Australia but mainly for me to ask questions.
Greetings Australians, I will be in Melbourne for a two weeks and am wondering about transport. I'm looking at your bus system and it seems for most inner city stuff it might be faster to just buy a bicycle or scooter. Obviously I don't want to spend a lot of cash, but your rental places are really expensive to for the days I'm going to be there. Where can I buy a cheap adult sized scooter for maybe $100? Also what are your police like with helmet laws since you guys have to wear them even on footpaths?No titleWho are worse tourists: boomers or millenials?Is Sarajevo as Comfy As it Looks?I said TRAVEL CONFESSIONS (fuck off mods u cunts)The last one had 40 plus replies until some fucking retard deleted it.
-Sniffed a fat girls panties in Kyoto, before I knew she was fat. -Stole from a shrine. -Booked a tranny then told her to fuck off.good place to stay in arlingotn texas?Ok this might be more of a bait. i'm curious to know if any arlington texas fags could give me some info about the city.
What are some areas that are nice residential and what are areas that are lower class and poor. where should i stay away from and what parts of it are up and coming? I'm looking to buy a house there for investment purposes but its hard to figure out this shit with old forums from old white peopleBrazil GeneralRecommendations for cities? Funk Music parties? Tinder in Brazil ? Should I live in Rio/Curitiba/SP?? I can speak spanish and english, will I be okay?? How fast can I learn Portuguese if I speak Spanish?No titleI'm almost 40. I have broken relationships behind me. I've lived abroad for years. I have money but I'm apathetic about living. Life just feels like a decent movie but one that's been on for 6 hours already. It can end now. I'm not morose, in fact, I feel some liberty in not fearing death. I feel I can do anything at this point. My question to you guys is, you have money, you have freedom, you travel, you're not afraid to die. What do you do?No titleIs there anything interesting to see or do in Abu Dhabi beside the Grand Mosque?No titleSup /trv/,
How are non-Jewish tourists treated in Israel?
I'm white and Christian. Any tips for staying safe and having smooth interactions with locals?
Also, is the West Bank safe to visit?Geneva SwitzerlandI'm interested to go Geneva, anybody here ever been? what is it like, any reccomendations of things to do? Are Geneva girls easy?No titleLet's discuss the Heart of Asia - Taiwan. Going back for three weeks over Chinese New Year. I won't be running all over the island like I did this year with my partner. We'll spend most our time in Banqiao & Yilan. Still not sure what I want to see. Thinking about going back to Hualien just for a coffee. Who else is planning on going next year?No titleWashington vs. Vermont/New Hampshire/MassachusettsNo titleHow do you fags afford to travel so much?No titleHow easy it is to get MDMA in Las Vegas?IndiaTell me about India. I wanted to make this thread on /his/, but I think it's better on here.
Is the Ganges really that unhealthy as you'd imagine? They literally shit in it, it's full of shit and dead animals. But they also all bathe in it.
White, blue eyes, average looking, get 0 sex in Australia and only female interest is fatties or Asians who then all still leave when they find out my job.
I am guessing if it's anything like Melbourne I'll be a ghost, which I guess is ok but one or two friends in two weeks I'd be happy with.
And is it weird to go out drinking alone in New York?
And do I need to book the train to Washington?No titleAustralian here
Best places to travel to USA for ~4-5 weeks?
Interested in art, nature, literature, historyIs Korea a slightly more soulless version of Japan or is it just the Japanophilia affecting me?I'm trying to start an argument focusing on the positives of both sides rather than boring shitting on each other. Some reasons I can think of for my bias towards Japan are being conversational in Japanese, having friends there, feel comfortable there now, seeing a bit more of the culture (although via highly fictionalized lens of manga, not even live-action TV). Not a huge history or temple dude so besides those Korea just seems like Japan with for an undescribable reason, slightly less flavor. Still a great country tho and great to have general fun with. But this isn't a blog, I want to hear your sides of the story. Please share. Pic not related.New Year in IndiaAlright guys I want to go to India to witness the rise to superpower myself - can't miss this once in lifetime opportunity. Never been on the subcontinent before.
What's the best way to achieve this? Don't want to go to Goa, I'm looking for something more authentic like people partying in the streets and so forth. An indian friend told me Mumbai might do the trick but I'm looking for suggestion - I'm open to pretty much everything except big festivals like Goa.Colombia generalLet’s have a thread of Colombia.
I know a bit of Spanish and my only time out of the country was to northern México for a few months. I was surprised how almost no one there spoke any English. I got on alright but it was difficult. For example a guy I was buying bus tickets from had to explain to me that we would have to at some point get off and walk through a protest to get to the next bus. At the time I had no clue what he meant but I figured it out.
I wonder how you guys communicate with foreign tongues. An interpreter sounds expensive and lame, so it is a matter of sticking to the more culturally tourist friendly areas?No titleIs it true that westerners are still afraid going here ?No titleIs there a country where you can easily just buy some dynamite? Want to have some fun in the country sideITT: /trv/ in 2119No titlehow are your experiences with couchsurfing? are there better alternatives?How does room service work?Hey, stuck-in-one-place fag, here, how does room service work? I mean I get the part where they bring food to your room, and I get the part where they charge you far more for the privilege than is really justified. What vexes me is, what's done with the flatware and utensils afterwards? Do you call the front desk again and have the server come and retrieve it? Are you expected to take it to some central return location yourself? Do you just leave it on the nightstand for the cleaning lade to get the next day? What happens to the dishes, afterwards?No titleWhat were your favourite experiences while flying business or firstclass? Do you collect miles or points trough a certain flight or hotel program?
I had my first first class flight (Munich to HongKong) this year. It kinda spoiled me for life now, next time I hav to go back to economy class on a long distance flight will be tough. But it was absolutly worth it! It was quite an experience.MEETUP THREAD #??? - RESURRECTED EDITION!Regular OP here: After I came back from my own travels at the start of this year I dropped off making and bumping these threads. Managed to save some more money and will be back on the road again very soon thus have thought I should restart them. Met a couple of cool people in 2018, hopefully will meet some more in 2020.
This thread is to help you with meeting other /trv/ users while travelling overseas, lots of us travel solo and sometimes it's nice to hang out with either a local for a few hours, meet up with someone wanting to do a similar activity to you (Hiking, motorbike touring, roadtrip, partying ect) or just have a bunch of people you can go out with on a Saturday night. The choice is yours.
Alternatively, if your not travelling at the moment but still want to meet some new people you could always offer to be a guide around your own city or simply be down for having a beer at a local bar, its up to you.
To make sure your meeting up with the right people (IE: So a backpacker doesn't meet up with a sex tourist, or vice versa) best to include some details such as...
>Location >Age >What you plan on doing/what kind of traveler you areEco Friendlier TravelingWhat do you anons do to make your trips eco friendlier?
If there is more than one trash can in a hotel room, I only use one so the hotel staff doesn't have to throw away more than one trash bag.Afghanistan Wakhan trip reportSup /trv/,
At some point I promised to do a trip report of my trip to Afghanistan's Wakhan corridor and well, here it is after months of postponing. I first heard about the Wakhan through some overlanding/motorcycle website over a decade ago, and it has been nagging in the back of my head ever since, often more as a dormant idea but never entirely forgotten. The idea to visit the Wakhan again resurfaced to finally take concrete shape when a fellow countryman of mine released the movie 'Land of the Enlightened' (which I recommend), and I'd been looking for people to go with after I first saw it. Not an easy job: I have a good number of friends who were interested, but they either were working abroad, had injuries that prevented walking, didn't have money because they just purchased a house or whatever.
In the end, I ended up teaming up with a random German dude who posted in the comment section of some trip report. You may even be able to find that with some sleuthing. So without further ado, here's an Afghanistan thread.
Disclaimer: I have about 15 minutes left, so expect no further posts before tomorrow.No titleHong Kong and Macau, Going there soon. Any good advice? Don't care about the protests, if anything might go have a look at them. Always been fascinated by this region of the world. I have experience with Chinese people and have traveled alone. I'm looking to do some wild stuff too. Thanks <3!Places to visit in Central AmericaHello /trv/! I'm on my quest to visit all countries in the world and am now planning my trip through Central America. I will fly to Cancùn and take a bus to Belize City. After that i plan to go to Guatemala and work my way down all of the countries to Panama.
I have planned to visit Caye Caulker, Flores, Tikal, Antigua, lake Atatlàn and getting a divers cert at the Bay islands in Honduras. I don't really have a timeplan but i'll probably be gone for 2 months or so. If anyone has some nice recommendations for places to visit then i'd love to hear them. I will be backpacking and going by bus basically everywhere, maybe some hiking.Best travel headphones ?Sorta tech question but sort of travel question. What pair of headphones are you fellas using, wanna get a new noise cancelling Bluetooth pair that aren't massively expensive but I can't decideChina generalLet’s have a thread of ChinaNo titleI want to take a 10 day vacation to some dreary Russian shithole this January, but I'm stuck between Murmansk or Arkhangelsk. Can anyone give me any insight on what would be better choice?No titlewhy the hell is it that every bar in Australia doesn't actually have seats at the bar? is this a perth only thing or is the rest of the country this weird? why can't i just grab a seat at the bar instead of sitting at a table?No titleWhat makes you want to travel?Virgin-Be-Gone HolidayHello trv
So, I need advice. I've just come into a bit of money, and want to spend it on a holiday to finally have something in my life worth a damn, since I'm depressed and friendless (from the UK, and yes Im white and just an average guy, not overweight or anything).
I need somewhere I can have a decent vacation on about £1000 (thats a little over $1300), with the main aim being A) have a good time (there needs to be enough to actually do there as a soloist, or if its really likely to find others) B) Lose my virginity, and not to a prostitute. I'll consider it an achievement if I don't have to pay for sex at 25 because I couldn't get anyNo titlewhats Bahrain like? thinking about going there in FebruaryNo titleHow does anyone get away with saying that traveling is cheap? I'm looking at flights from Portland, OR to San Francisco (and environs) and that is like $400 EACH WAY. Like are you even kidding me? I swear I've seen flights in the past from coast to coast go for far less than that. Planes = cheap and affordable has got to be a meme. It's only an hour and a half flight, how can it cost so much?No titleEnglishman here. What's the best state in America to live in?Leftist literature in CubaCan I bring Leftist theory into Cuba? I'm specifically thinking of taking my copy of Quotations of Mao Zedong. Will this cause any problems? I know Cuba is Marxist-Leninist, so will a Maoist work be allowed? Or am I just overthinking this and they won't give a shit.Philippines generalManila edition.
Recommended link for tourism info: https://www.thepoortraveler.net/category/local/ Previous thread: >>1685128No titleThis will be sort of an /adv/-/trv/ crossover thread, but for those who did solo traveling right after a breakup, how did you handle it? I’m going to Patagonia on my own this monday, and I just broke up with the love of my life last week. I always wanted to visit Patagonia but never thought I’d be going there in such circumstances. Scared of coming across too many couples. Any advice will be appreciatedHong Kong:Is it safe to travel there now?No titleI spent three months in Africa last summer — Morocco, Mauritania, Senegal — mostly hiking and couchsurfing with friends. I talked a little bit about it in the last Africa thread but here’s a photo dump. I had fun.No titleThere are some cheap round trip tickets from Europe to Gambia from time to time ($250), what's there to do aside from boning the locals if you're an old white lady? Anyone been there?No titleWere (in EU) should i go for sex tourism.No titlePost your travel pics focusing on animals, wild or domestic. Stop back by to enjoy everybody else's pics and answer any questions about your travels to where you took yours.
Inspire fellow /trv/lers thinking about where to go next.
Monkey at Cambodian temple on Phnom Srei.No titleCosta rica thread I'll be going solo end february for 3 weeks. Wat do? Is the nation full of hostels where to group and go for activities like Thai and SEA countries? Will I end up lurking 4chan from my bunk bed? Interested in visiting the jungle, all the nature it ca offer, and pass some time in warm weather mostly. Getting shitfashed in a beachtown can fit in too. I'm a heterosexual male if that mattersSECRET Spots in New YorkOk /trv/
What are some places or activities that no one knows about? (Including 'risky' ones)No titleIs this place full of chads or something, I don't get how you all have these amazing adventures constantly without being the most alpha out there or some shit. I recently got back from Japan trying to have the crazy and fun times I hear about but never got it, it was such a set back that I didn't even go to a soapland. I seriously don't think you guys do half the shit you say, any time I asked for help you fags went and told me "go to a bar" or "be sociable" yeah fucking how dipshits. I went to japan to break out of my normal shutin self since after 33 years I think it's finally time to shed some new skin for once. Literally just would go to some bars people mentioned or places and all I saw were cute couples and tourists none of which ever talked to me.
How the fuck do you all travel without getting severe depression as everyone around you has a bunch of fun.No title>March 2020 >fly to Tokyo >Spend 1 week there, also go to Nara and some other places >Fly from Tokyo to Taipei >Stay in Taiwan for about 1 week, going from Taipei to the south of the country >Fly from Taiwan to Hong Kong >Stay in Hong Kong for about 5 days >Fly from Hong Kong to Singapore >Spend about 5 more days in Singapore >Fly from Singapore to Seoul >Spend maybe a week in Seoul, and another week in Busan and Jeju
Should I? I'm still concerned about going to Hong Kong because of the protests.Help me plan my roadtripI'm set to graduate college in early May and my parents said as a graduation present I could pick a vacation and they would help pay for it. I decided what I want to do is go on a roadtrip out west with my dad, mainly to just cruise around and experience it without too many particular goals.
I live in central Florida and my general plan is >head North up to the panhandle >continue due west along the coast >make a stop in New Orleans (been there before, liked it) >go through Texas and part of New Mexico >go north to Colorado, spend a few days enjoying the scenery (if you know what I mean) >head up North to Yellowstone/Grand Teton (I've seen it, dad has seen it twice, both of us love it) >tour through Montana, particularly the main towns because that;s where I hope to move in a few years >head back
Here are the parts I'm not decided on >where exactly to cut north to Colorado, not sure what is worth seeing in the area south of it >whether to go to Yellowstone directly through Wyoming or loop through Utah (never been there, sounds interesting) >which way to go back from Montana, could be mostly direct through Missouri or could make it longer and see some of the great lakes region
And a big one >whether to take my dog or leave him with my mom I'd like him to experience the sights but obviously that reduces our options, not sure how many places allow dogs. Would consider making this more of a car-camping trip if we brought him.
What's the best way to do this? I have May, June and July to complete this trip.
My budget is around $1000 per month.
Ideally I want to go to Spain ,Poland, Hungary, Ukraine, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines.Hamilton TripHi, i'm going to Hamilton tomorrow and i want to know about some cool places to visit, specially if doesn't appear on turistic guides, if any of you know about it i'd be very happy to read youNo titleim in germany
where to go for new years? I'm alone and bored.LisbonAny /trv/ recommended restaurants in Lisbon? Also palaces/castles/museums/architecture stuff?
ThanksNo titleAre itineraries a meme?Vieux FortAnyone have any suggestions about Vieux Fort? I’ll be traveling on March breakNo titleI'm 6'3. Got off an international flight a couple days ago. Are people who put their seats in full recline position the lowest form of life?Flying SuitWhat kind of suit do you guys wear when you fly?
I usually wear a beige suit if I'm traveling somewhere warm, otherwise I've used a standard black suit. And I just bought a gray suit that I intend to wear when flying to large cities.Singapore seen on the streetPitched logo and name together = PR problem.
Tourist trap souveniers and selfies in front of crowded monuments is not leisure.Feeding the Homeless / Helpingive been in the homeless community for a while passing out cigs and whatever else i might have on me, maybe weed.
I cant really manage to bring warm food out, so whats a good alternative to that which is cheap and easy to carry around in a large amount. but also helpful and nutritious and tasty.
I have the opportunity to travel for 1 month+ within the US. I currently live in Central NY and want to go elsewhere. Things to keep in mind:
-I can't drive and don't have a car -Budget isn't an issue -Don't want to spend a long time in a big city like LA, NY, Chicago since I've been to all of them. -Things I like >music, live music >outdoors (not interested in extended outdoor stuff like AT, PCT but I'm interested in a place which allows for shorter treks and sightseeing "extreme" nature sights, e.g. Alaska, Grand Canyon, deserts etc.) >wildlife >drinking >"a sense of adventure" if that makes sense
I'll most likely be travelling by myself but might have another friend for part of it. Any ideas? Open to all parts of the US. Going outside the US isn't an option.Colombo, Sri Lankawhat the FUCK is its problem? absolute shithole.No title>tfw not alek sigleyNo titleSo... I'm starting in a new job in Gibraltar next month. Am I fucked because of Brexit?Latin America ThreadWhere have you been in Latin America?
What are some good cities, where can you find the best food, where to go for the best views?That special placeHi guys, I'm planning a 2w travel within preferably 6h flying distance from Scandinavia.
I have traveled quite a lot the last years and have developed a taste for quality. This quality is usually found in the present moment meeting other present human beings (not boomers or zoomers or coomers or whatever). You know nothing of eachother but still there is an attraction.
Places I've liked around the Mediterranean:
Lisbon, Portugal. Worked in a hostel there before it got flooded with boomers. The bars, viewpoints and the authentic people really made it one the best times in my life.
Granada, Spain. Hippies and fresh mountain air. Nice hikes close to the city.
Athens and Antiparos, Greece. Having coffee in Exarcheia. Nomading on the Greek Islands.
Israel. Some seriously militant babes over there.
Northern africa has some gems. Enter the magic. Great food.
Where should I go?No titleWhat's the western equivalent of Tokyo?No title>that feeling when you plan,book, confirm and pay for the trip in one sitting.What are some quirks about the way you travel?I'll start, I enjoy stuff I plan out WAY more for some reason.Living in UkraineI’m an American, and in a couple weeks I’ll be leaving to teach English for a year in a small town in Zhotomyr, about 2 hours west of Kyiv.
The program I’m going on pays well, I have pretty comfy living arrangements, and while my Ukrainian is pretty trash-tier I’m going to be put in an aggressive language program from the start. I wanted to hear from anyone living in Ukraine or has traveled there, anything like easy dishes that have easily obtained ingredients, fun weekend trips, recommendations for what to pack, or just what you found especially fun or challenging about living in Ukraine. Obviously I’ve done a lot of research on the country for my job but nothing beats hearing from people who have already been.No titleI want to go to a place where I can sit on the beach and smoke lots of readily available and cheap marijuana. Rather not be thrown in prison as well. Thinking Carribbean somewhere, where do you guys recommend?Japan GeneralDisney Sea Edition
*FAQ (aka shit you should stop asking)* >Where should I stay in Tokyo? Anywhere on the JR Yamanote loop line. >Is Hiroshima+Miyajima worth it as a day trip from Osaka/Kyoto? Not really, it's too rushed and you should probably just stay the night there. >Is Miyajima worth visiting when the floating torii gate is under construction? Yes, it's still a great place to visit. >"Dude what should I see in ________?" https://www.japan-guide.com/ https://www.jnto.go.jp/ Solid general guides - sights, sample itineraries, pre-travel considerations, etc https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=1fmfaySQHmojbRGKWCwRecq6Ln1Bb2Xdh&ll=35.67928012473078%2C139.68638283648374&z=12 /JPG/anon put together an autistic supermap of sights, restaurants, and shopping. Go nuts.
*Info on prostitution* Please try to refrain from asking questions about prostitution. If you're coming to Japan solely for prostitutes you should probably consider a different country like China or Singapore. What is available can generally be found in the following links >http://rockitreports.com/category/sex-in-tokyo/ >http://erolin.net >http://rockitrisingsun.com >https://paradise-tokyo.net >http://hentaitokyo.com
*JR Pass* Many people ask about whether or not the JR Rail Pass is worth it. It depends on your itinerary. >http://www.hyperdia.com/en/ Plug your itinerary into Hyperdia to determine ticket costs, then compare to the below JR Pass options: >7 day Pass: 29,110¥ (approximately a Tokyo-Kyoto round-trip bullet train trip) >14 day Pass: 46,390¥ >21 day Pass: 59,350¥
Super-easy rail pass calculator. Fill in your planned trips, get a quick yes/no response. >https://www.japan-guide.com/railpass/
Post about >Your favorite Japanese drinks, bars, and degenerate drinking activities >Getting drunk with salarymen >Traveling to Japan >Living in Japan >Teaching in Japan >Joining the Yakuza >Getting your weeb fantasies crushed
Old: >>1720611No titleI'm pretty tired of living in the US. I have about 10k and want to move to Belguim for a bit. I'd want to get a work visa and actually live there for a year or so. I have a lot of experience being a baker but was wondering what other jobs are out there for a young man. I'm pretty good with picking up language too. Any info helps. Thanks /trv/brosNo titleGoing to kms in the near future, but I've always wanted to travel somewhere peaceful and beautiful, and I can now that money is no longer a concern going forward (Not looking to bang sex slaves and do a ton of drugs). What are some peaceful, beautiful, surreal places to visit this time of year? Something that I can ingrain in my mind.Digital Nomad memeWhat the fuck is the point of coworking spaces and services like hacker paradise that seem like tours for IT manchilds who can't seem to be by themselves if they are not surrounded by other "nomads"QTDDTOTQuestions That Don't Deserve Their Own Thread >also known as /sqt/ (Stupid Questions Thread)
For any and all of your one-off questions that pertain to travel.
If your question is specific to a popular destination (eg. Thailand, Japan, Germany, Italy, etc.), consider asking it in a relevant thread/general, if such a thread is currently active. And even then, do whatever you want, I'm not your mom.
If your question is administrative in nature (eg. visas, passports, customs/immigration, airport/airline policies, etc.), be as specific as possible. Such information may include, but is not limited to your nationality, where you're going, any layover points, etc. These details do get missed quite often, and they sometimes can make a difference.
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>All information in this thread is presented "as is" without warranty of any kind. The creator of this thread, the people who contribute content to this thread, and the people who maintain 4chan do not accept any responsibility or liability for the accuracy, content, completeness, legality, or reliability of the information contained in this thread. The aforementioned persons also do not accept any responsibility or liability for the accuracy, content, completeness, legality, or reliability of the information accessed through any external web addresses found in this thread.No titleI'm going to barcelona and the french riviera, nice and shit Give me some suggestions on where to go. I'm especially interested in military museumsNo titleWhat podcasts do /trv/ listen to?IsraelI want to visit Israel and experience Israeli/Jewish culture, visit some historical/biblical landmarks and also any natural marvels.
Recommendations please. Share experiences. How much would it cost to stay there for a week or two?When will LHR let me wait at the gates.Alright I’m stuck in London Heathrow Terminal 5 for 11 hours overnight. My flight is around 10am tomorrow (11pm now) and they won’t let me into the gate area so I’m just waiting in Arrivals. Does anyone know when they will let me wait at the gate so I can sit at a bar or something? I got shit to do except read Moby Dick.No title>144 visa free travel in Beijing
From my understanding this is only done if you are in transit to another location? Would it be possible to buy a 1 way to Beijing and then book another one way out of Beijing 4 days later? Or would that not be accepted since I would not be transiting Beijing? I went to china But it has been almost 10 years, and when I went visa free wasn't even an option, I want to make sure its possible before I expend the energy getting there.Where in the world is the best place to find freethinking creative peopleWhat is the destination where you could find most chill creative people like hippies/writers/musicians/painters/freethinkers?
not hipsters or whatever have hijacked it.east africa a place to stay/trv/ers, recommend me a city/town to stay for a month or two in East Africa. Requirements: - sea or lake shore - should be able to find a modern house or apartment, with - great views! - city life avaiable - hiking opportunities around a big plus - CS/ expat community a plus but not a requiremnt
I'd be mostly staying put, doing some day- or two-day trips around
Could anyone recommend some low budget/free things to do in Miami-Florida?
I tried to find a free walking tour to know a little about the city and get some tips, but I got only to agencies websites and they always charge us for information...
Thank you all in advanceTurinNext week I'm going to spend a week in Turin, what are some cool things to do? >there're a shitton of cool museums Of course I'll go there, but I want to experience some curious and unknown places that only people living there knowNo titleWill a GED + 1 year of community college allow me to apply to universities in Europe? I know that only a diploma/GED is not acceptable. Do they accept GEDs? I know that they will require ~$10,000 in your bank account as well.No titleFlying to Milan in a few hours any advice, hidden great locations or must-visits?
I enjoy calm locations like museums, parks, city sightseeing but also night outs, music, events etc so if you have any past experience at all I would love to hear about it.
Pic unrelated.No titleI want to go to Japan someday and I'm going to take Japanese classes soon. I heard that Japanese people don't like Americans in general and I don't blame them after the fuckhead Logan Paul but since I'm trying my hardest to learn their culture, customs ,a nd language before going do you think i'll have any problems anons?travel foodIm going to live on the move for a few months, but I dont want to loose weight and nutrition. I want to be healthy while also gain weight. I will be active so need that good stuff. what dishes or food can be bought in the grocery stores? will mainly be in spainNo titleHey hey people ! Newfag here ! I'll be at the airport in about 2h and will fly to Berlin for a 4-5 days trip.
Thus, I've been thinking about this board I normally never visit, telling myself that you fantastic people might have some good places to recommend which are outside of the habitual tourist tour. (No places to eat, I've already been in Berlin many times and already knows where to find the good stuff)
I'll mainly be in Öst Berlin, so if you have good recommendations in this area it'll be welcomed. Please be aware that my german is rusty but my english is not.
Also, I attended my first Cat Caffee in Berlin and was wondering if there was Owls Caffee in this city (I don't want to travel to Korea/Japan for 10+ hours to be able to see a Barn Owl up close)
Thanks in advance !
Pic related : what i'm trying to avoid (already done this kind of visit)Spain and PortugalHeading to Spain/Portugal for about 2 weeks. Anyone have a /trv/ approved itenerary? Any sights I should absolutely see?Thailand GeneralOld thread >>1693176 died, time for a new general thread.Things you've learnt from /trv/lingAbout yourself, the world, other people etc.
>When you're away for a few weeks in a foreign country, it's fine to have a couple of days here and there to catch up, chill and back-up photos etc >you don't need to be 'doing something' all the time - sitting with a coffee and people watching can be just as valuable as going to see a shrine or museum >Value is not found in race/colour/herritage it's found in attitudes and the will to improve >it's far better to judge people on the basis of their attitudes and values than where they are from etc. >most if not all cultures have historically achieved amazing things and we are all truly on this ride together - feeling proud that the Persians did X, the Olmecs did Y and the Japanese did Z is a testement to mankind, not their individual nations or blood because our histories are all so deeply intertwined. >Travel is not a way to run away from your problems nor a panacea for the soul. If there's something fucked up back home, deal with it.... running off to siberia isn't going to help >most people consider travel as a thing they do when they have a chance to, in reality travel is something we all do all the time regardless of our actual locations. It's about learning and experiencing. >people who post their shit on social media have little to no interest in actually doing something, it's usually FOMO or bragging.Anyone else find it impossible to take tourism to Vietnam seriously?Maybe this makes me officially a boomer, but I just can’t
>yeah I’m catching a flight to Saigon next Friday >I have a buddy who has been in Hanoi for six months >can’t believe we’ll be hitting the beach at Da Nang in just a few weeks
The whole country is still a Hollywood meme to mePolandThis place has to have some good hidden gems, anyone have experience?
Also how easy is it for an amerixna to find a job there? I'm planning on showing up to schools asking for a job, I have 5+ years experience of teachingNo titleWhich scandinavian country would be the safest bet to immigrate to from america? How would I do it?how to find cheap flights?where do you guys find cheap flights? i read about someone getting a $500 round trip ticket to japan on here and when i look its like $1000. should i look into credit cards and frequent flier miles? planning to travel the world next year and will have a limited amount of savingsHong Kong:Is it safe to travel there now?No titlewhat is there to see and/or do in eilat next month?/hti/ - Hospitality And Tourism Industries GeneralPrevious thread: (none)
Hospitality updates for rich normies: https://hospitality-on.com/ Hospitality updates for plebs who read french: https://www.veilleinfotourisme.fr/ Protocols (for copypasta stuff in your booking comments): (soon)
École hôtelière de Lausanne - Switzerland (EHL): https://info.ehl.edu/ École hôtelière Les Roches - Switzerland: https://learn.lesroches.edu/ Vatel Schools - France and Worldwide: https://www.vatel.fr/en
Marriott Int. - https://www.marriott.com/ Hilton Worldwide - https://www.hilton.com/ InterContinental Hotels Group - www.ihgplc.com Jin Jiang Int. Hotels Group - http://www.jinjianghotels.com.cn/ AccorHotels - group.accor.com Choice Hotels Int. - www.choicehotels.com Home Inn - www.bthhotels.com Best Western - www.bestwestern.com Huazhu - www.huazhu.com/
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- 11TH GENEVA FORUM - from Monday 9 Dec. to Friday 13 Dec. 2019 at United Nations Organization, Geneva (Switzerland) - http://www.osi-genevaforum.org/Sustainable-Travel-Tourism-Peace-Development?lang=en
- Feel free to comment and suggest improvment.CruisesAny anons have experience with cruises or cruise ships in general? Interesting stories?
I'll admit my intentions aren't entirely /trv/ related, but I'm looking at working on a cruise ship in a security role. I have prior experience in the military and hotel security, and it seems like some fun work for a couple of years. I want to know what I'm getting myself into beforehand. I have a friend who does lighting work aboard such a ship currently touring the Caribbean and he's loving it. I had a look at the crowd disgorged from pic related while I was in Sydney and it looked mostly to be Boomers and GenXers, plus a few families. Mostly Americans judging by the accents I was hearing.Would you visit yugoslavia if it still existed?Here is a travel guide. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RaZUu98MDlUNo titleGoing to Orlando for work, will have a few free days. What are some cool things to do/see within 2-3 hours of the city. Prefer non-disney or nothing too touristy if possible, other than that I'm open to suggestionsNo titleWhich parts of the USA are worth living in?No title>meet travel blogger >they just got scammed and still posted online about their great experience >just following LP with pictures >shove their camera in your face when you take them to a local place >equipment worth more than your whole holiday
Can we agree bloggers are the lowest forms of /trv/ lifeNo titleI hate society and the path I have chosen. I have no real emotional bonds or ambitions. I would be happy if I never had to see another human being again. Is there anywhere I can go to just live off the land in a decently fertile area? I don't give a shit what the government thinks about itNo titlewhy aren't you destroying 90 year old babushka pussy like this guy?