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Vocabs related to travel destination

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Christmas is round the corner and so are holidays. Holidays means planning for a trip and travel to your dream destination. Travelling across various countries means different culture, food and languages. However, when it comes to language, English is the most common and globally used language. So, it is essential to know English as you will be using it a lot at airports and different destinations. Learn these vocabularies to speak in English confidently like a native speaker. In today’s blog we will describe vocabularies related to travel destination.
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Travel-Vocabs

7 travel destination vocabs

1. Reservation

Reservation is an arrangement in which something is reserved and kept for you. It can be a seat in an airplane or a table at the restaurant.


E.g. Hello Sir, we would like to reserve a table for 8 people.

2. Travel agency

Travel agency is a company that makes travel arrangements for people.


E.g. We are going to Europe through a travel agency.

3. Half-board

Half-board in a hotel means it will include breakfast and dinner in the hotel price (as part of the package).


E.g. Excuse me, we have planned for half-board.

4. Camping

Camping means spending a day in the tent.


E.g. We would go for camping tomorrow.

5. Backpacking

Backpacking is a form of low-cost, independent travel. It includes the use of a backpack that is easily carried for long distances or long periods of time; the use of public transport; inexpensive lodging such as youth hostels.

E.g. Keep your backpacks with you.

6. Fanny Pack

Fanny pack is a small bag to store small valuable items safely during a holiday. A fanny pack is typically worn around the waist and can be hidden under one’s clothing.


E.g. People who needs to keep their small valuable items safely can buy a fanny pack from the store.

7. Budget holiday

A budget holiday means inexpensive or affordable holiday. In other words, it can be said that planning a holiday with minimal cost.


E.g. We have already spent a lot in our last trip; I think we should go for a budget holiday this time.

8. Splash out

This a slang term used in British English. Splash out means to spend freely.


E.g. I am going to splash out this birthday.

9. Appropriate clothing

Appropriate clothing refers to clothing suitable for a specific person or occasion.


E.g. Please wear appropriate clothing according to the theme.

It’s a pleasure to go on a vacation. At times, it can gets difficult if you are not aware of the vocabularies that are used at the destination. So, it is important to learn English and enjoy smooth conversations. You can also join a Spoken English course and improve fluency skills.

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