When I was learning to do remote viewing, I used local area map coordinates as targets. I could drive to the location at the end of the learning period to check my level of success, if any. Now we've got Google Earth, Moon & Mars. Soo-o much to choose from!
Make up a list of 5 different locations by numerical coordinates. Visit each one with your eyes only, a.k.a. OOB, and make lots of notes. Then after visiting all 5, google the targets and view from as many angles as you need.
Sooner or later you'll recognize the right feeling for the hits, and be able to move about with some confidence. Remote viewing isn't the same as astral travel, (details, details) but who cares? If it works, it works.
I believe that when I do travel OOB that my guide always accompanies me. I'm not proficient at it, but have done enough that it is not scary or disruptive. And as a kid I loved flying OOB. As an adult you'd have to drag me kicking and biting onto an airplane. Go figure.
The only "tip" I can think of is mule headed stubborn desire to get out there, and the fun of "what if...?".