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They will help you to explore and make the most of your time, possess a caring and professional manner and are totally unflappable in the event of a problem. It is like being with a trusted friend accompanying, rather than taking you, to a destination they really love. You will learn far more from them than you will from many guidebooks – Lungo local Tour Managers’ enthusiasm and intimate knowledge of the destination will bring your holiday to life.

Exciting Ways to Experience Local Culture When Traveling to Ethiopia

Experiencing local culture:
What do you usually do on a trip abroad? Have you ever left a place knowing you’ve “done” all the attractions in the guidebooks, but feeling like you know no more about it than before you visited?

One way to make your travels more unique and memorable is to absorb the local culture of each destination, rather than simply observing it. By seeking out local people, places, and activities (even those that might seem unremarkable at first), you’ll learn more about a place and find it more interesting than you ever thought possible.

Go on cultural tours that make a difference
There’s no better way to learn about a place than from locals. It is an obligation to use local guide, where local guides will walk you through a village while sharing fascinating facts that you’d never be able to glean from the Internet or guidebooks – and all you have to do is tip them.

Walk/take public transport, and get lost

as much as driving and road trips, the best way to explore a destination is by foot. The second-best way is by public transit. When you go slow and let yourself wander, it’s no longer a task to getting from Point A to Point B – all the sights, smells, and sounds around you become an addtion to your mental map, that indelible ink drawing in your mind.

It’s about the journey, not the destination.
Buy souvenirs from locals

Instead of scouring dozens of tourist souvenir shops selling the same mass-produced magnets, t-shirts, and keychains, why not get a gift with an amazing story to tell? Hunt down local markets, creative enclaves, and workshops where you may even customize your souvenir.

When you buy directly from local craftspeople, you’re recognizing the value of their skills and supporting their livelihood. You’re also reducing demand for factory-made or even imported goods, which means full support for the three pillars of social, economic, and environmental sustainability!

Stay with Locals

A hotel may be comfortable, and a hostel may be fun, but a local’s home is where you’ll find everyday manifestations of deep local culture, attitudes, and values – as well as meaningful connections with people who are, beneath it all, just like us. The conversations with strangers and, sometimes, newfound friends.

While someone who welcomes you into their home is usually hospitable, you should be prepared to encounter challenges and accommodate different worldviews.