I'm not quite sure would it be correct to combine these two tenses in the sentence. If so, what type of conditionals is it? Or maybe it doesn't refer to conditional sentences at all?
A trip is always something unpredictable and gives you feelings of something unexpected even if you’ve already planned all the trip.
As I see it the first part is a statement like in a zero condition, but the second part means something that already happened, so I'm kind of confused.