How To Make Sure You Have The Perfect Holiday

January 22, 2018


I’m booking my second girls holiday at the end of this month,unsure where to go if anyone has any suggestions? I’ve been thinking about things that can you can do to unsure you have the perfect holiday. For some people, their annual vacation is the highlight of their year, the chance to relax and unwind from all the stresses of modern life. The last thing you want is for that time to be wasted or ruined because of unforeseen circumstances. Below are three ways that you can ensure that your holiday goes off without a hitch.

Research your destination

One of the things that can really eat into your holiday time, especially if you’re travelling in a group, is decided what to do and where to go. Spend an hour or two the week before your holiday researching the best restaurants and attractions close to where you’ll be staying. Trying to find somewhere to eat that six different people all like, and is affordable, in a strange place can take longer than you think. If you know where the best places are, you can book in advance to ensure that you definitely get a table. You can also find out about all the activities nearby so that you’ll all have something fun to do other than lie around on the beach or in the hotel pool. You may even be able to find out about some little-known spots that many tourists simply skip over but that the locals love.



One of the things that many people can easily forget to purchase is travel insurance. Obviously, you can always make a holiday illness claim once you’re home, but that won’t help you cover the medical bills when you’re out there. You may also find that your flights or accommodation arrangements are disrupted, and you’re left stuck in a country with nowhere to stay. Having some decent travel insurance will help to put your mind at ease when you know that you’ll be covered in these eventualities. It’s normally pretty cheap too, so there’s no reason to skimp out and risk having to spend two days sleeping on an airport bench because your flight was cancelled and you have nowhere to go and no way to get home.


If there is one thing that will ruin your holiday, it’s missing your flight. Even rushing to the airport not knowing if you’ll get there on time can put you in a bad mood for the start of your supposedly relaxing trip. You should aim to get to the airport at least two hours before any international flight in order to leave you enough time to check in and get through security. You may end up waiting around the airport lounge for a while, but it’s better to be waiting than to miss your flight and waste all the money you spent on your holiday. You should also leave plenty of journey time to get to the airport; you don’t want to get stuck in a bit of traffic and miss your flight because you only allowed an hour for your journey despite the rush hour traffic.


Follow these tips, and you will no doubt have an incredibly relaxing and fulfilling holiday. Leaving you ready to face the world with a new lease of life when you get back home.

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3 responses to “How To Make Sure You Have The Perfect Holiday”

  1. Sophie says:

    I would have never thought about travel insurance but it makes sense!

    Sophie xx // One Unique

  2. […] Following on from my last post,Going traveling, whether it’s for a week, a month or a year, is an amazing thing that everyone should experience at least once in the lives. The fun planning comes into play when you’re deciding on where to go, what to see and do, and even who to go with. The not so fun stuff follows those decisions, like how are you funding your travels, what do you need to do to ensure your own safety, and what do you do with all the boring, day-to-day stuff back home. And if you’re planning on settling in one place for a while, you need to think about work. And as boring as these things are – they will help to ensure that you have a perfect holiday. […]

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