Itineraries require a little more research than other posts. This is because the suggestions of activities need to make sense and be possible. If you’re writing about a place you’ve never visited before, itineraries will mean lots of Google maps investigation and time calculating.
Itineraries Should Include:
- Day-by-day stops
- Activities and attractions
- Food stops (from street food to restaurants)
- Where to stay (optional)
How to Write an Itinerary Post
- First, you need to know how many days your itinerary will include. This may be in the brief, or it will be decided by the keywords.
- Next, do your research on the stops for each day. Take into account travel times as well as time at each stop. Use Google Maps for this and be sure you’re creating a logical route.
- Write your stops with valuable information, such as price, opening times, and why you are suggesting it.
- Add in any other information going in the post (where to stay, where to eat, how to get around – again depending on the brief and/or keywords).
- Complete your intro and conclusion.
Images, linking, and completing the task will look much the same as other tasks.
Over to You
Chat to your mentor and get them to help find an itinerary-type post for you to practice on. Be sure to follow the above guidelines.
Complete this post using the internal post template in Asana.
Once you’ve completed your first itinerary post, click on ‘Complete’ and go to the next lesson.