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Good to know – Many tours also incorporate Ireland in their itineraries so if you were considering a visit to the Emerald Isle you will find many combined tour options. If you prefer to avoid the stress of planning your own trip there is always the option to book a packaged group tour of the UK. The ideal place to discuss your proposed itinerary is in our free UK and London Travel Planning Facebook Group – pop over, have a chat and find out other travellers experiences exploring the UK. If you have 7 days I would recommend 3/4 days in London followed by 4 days to explore areas in the south of England such as the Cotswolds, Bath, Stonehenge and Oxford. As I mentioned previously I highly recommend thinking carefully about your priorities and interests.

  • Alternatively, long-term travelers can also consider Safetywing, which I have been using on-and-off for the past three years.
  • With our private tours, you would have much more personal choice in how your tour goes.
  • Because of the colonial history of India, many popular destinations have an anglicized name that were coined by the European colonizers.
  • Otherwise, if you want to do some independent research yourself, read my tips below.

Some of Thailand’s best places to visit are Bangkok, Kanchanaburi, Chiang Mai, Saigon, Phi Phi Islands, and Krabi. Any of these destinations could easily be the focus of a long-term Thailand itinerary. Planning a trip isn’t just about balancing what you want with what you need for success. First, consider how much money you have and how long you should stay there. This will factor into planning how much to budget for food, transportation, and other costs. Thanks for reminding me to check out my finances first before planning a trip.

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