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I travel , as I want to visit beautiful places in this world.
Take a look at few motivations, and see which ones ring true for you.
You might feel like you’re stuck in a rut in your daily life. Or you’re yearning for something exciting and different. You’re craving new experiences and new challenges. Travel is the ideal place to test yourself. It pushes people to their limits and gets them outside their comfort zone.
I personally believe,Seeing the world is more educational than a high school or college class.
This is like condensed crash course which will cover subjects like history, geography and sociology.
Broadening your perspective
Another reason why people love to travel: it helps open your mind. You realize that there’s no one way to live life.
Meeting people from other places will show you that your world view isn’t the same as everyone else’s.
Getting in touch with yourself
Getting away from home gives you the opportunity to reflect on your life. You have the needed time and space to let your mind wander and take stock. Traveling is one of the best ways to learn more about yourself.
also watch : https://bloggersdiary.in/4-reasons-why-solo-travel-is-always-a-better-way-to-explore-2/
Appreciating your life
When you’re mired in your daily life, it’s easy to lose sight of what you have. Your eyes aren’t open to what’s really special about your home.
Exploring another place will give you a fresh appreciation for your hometown, country and “real life.” Once you’re back, you’ll feel lucky to live where you do. You’ll see that there really is no place like home.
Building and strengthening relationships with your partner
The shared experience of travel brings people together. A family getaway, a romantic trip, or long weekend with the girls or guys can strengthen important bonds.
That travel could be grandparents, parents and children together on a Caribbean cruise. Or it could be parents and children going across the country to visit Grandma and Grandpa at their home. Or just the immediate family renting a Mediterranean villa. Whatever it looks like, travel is an opportunity to connect with each other. It may even smooth over any family grudges and build happier relationships.
Couples, too, need to bond with each other away from home and work demands. Sharing travel experiences can ignite fresh sparks that last long after the couple returns home.
Travel is a special way to deepen friendships as well. Whether it’s a quick ski break with co-workers or a week-long sun-and-sand getaway with your high school gang, travel will remind you why you became friends with them in the first place, and how good it is to spend focused time together.