You can travel the world backpacking and staying at hostels. People from all around the world enjoy backpacking and staying in hostels. With only your pack on your back, there are no limits to what you can do or see. People from all walks of life and every corner of the world stay in hostels. You should book a room at a hostel the day before rather than wander the streets at night looking for a room. In all hostels, although the custom is to remain as quiet as possible at night, you should expect a small amount of noise from your fellow hostel occupants. Many hostels offer a wide range of activities - from city tours to white water-rafting. Essential gear for your trip will include Backpack ,Fast Drying Towel, Walking Shoes, Socks and Underwear, Long Underwear, Pillow Case, Sleeping Bag, Passport, Spy Wallet, Day Pack, Camera . Go to the tourist office. Here you can pickup a free tourist map and ask questions about what to do or what to see. Travel in comfort - Bring a pillow with you for those long bus journeys. Many hostels have a self-catering kitchen where you can cook your own meals and some even have their own restaurants, cafe and bars. Generally, large city hostels are open 24 hours per day, while others may have shorter opening hours. Common identification used to stay in hostels includes passports, photo driver’s licenses and state or country identity cards. Many hostels have remained old school and you do need to maintain an open mind when choosing this form of accommodation. Hostels are becoming more and more modern. Many hostels in the country are so quiet you can hear your heart beat.