Shoot in the golden hour
The best light for taking a picture is about a one-hour after sunrise or before sunset. This is called the golden hour.
Use the rule of thirds
To make a picture more aesthetical you can use the rule of thirds. It simply means that you have to imagine four lines, two lying horizontally across the image and two vertical creating nine even squares. Many camera’s nowadays provide this feature in the camera. Now place the subject off center at one of the intersecting points.
Random is as random does
Travel is loaded with unpredictable happenings. The same is true of your photography. You’ll never be able to plan out every shot, just as you’ll never be able to plan the beautiful variability of nature and human behavior. Let scenes play out in front of you, focusing on being in the life of your pictures, allowing them to form before your feet and eyes.