It's Great feeling When you prepare for your First International trip. First you should focus on collecting documents required in that country. 2nd Clothes as per weather updates of that country. 3rd You should Know Rules nd Laws of that country. Then enjoy your tour
First international trip should be memorable. So here are a few tips to make the best out of it. -Being your first international trip, plan your trip to a popular spot that has all under one roof. -Do a full survey about the place right from best to worst, Safety to non safety things, food to shopping, things to do to nightlife, and group travel or travelling on your own. -Once you have decided work on your travel document process. What to submit, when you apply for visa and interviews. -As your travel days near by, suppose you have opted for travel on your own - plan everything from 1st day to the day you leave with a thorough survey. If you are travelling with a group itinerary, stay, food will be ready, you need to go through them. -Now start packing accordingly. Make a list, a second list. Carry a luggage and a hand baggage. Pack according to weather, carry extra clothes, pack medicines with prescriptions, pack ready made food, carry international chargers and gadgets accordingly. My first international trip 6 years ago was to Singapore and Malaysia. It was travel on self, so lot of planning was to be done. At the end of the trip even today I look back fresh memories pop up. Last one point is, have a safe journey, enjoy your first ever best international trip and share about the trip on tripoto which inspires many to do so.
Nepal would be the best option in the sense that it is nearby India. Least money is enough to visit. Beautiful touristic destinations. For more information, please do visit the link below and let me know your opinion because I can assist you in touring to Nepal.
Wherever you are going to visit download the offline map of that place. Learn to speak common words such as Hello, please, thank you, restaurant, train, bus, taxi...etc in local language, it would be very helpful and locals will be happy to hear their language. Instead of travelling by taxis try buses or trains, they would be cheap and you'll also get to communicate with locals. Also, instead of buying tickets, buy day pass for bus or train.