Have you ever asked yourself this question?
If you haven’t, there is no major point for you to travel to. I guess you have now started thinking about the major reasons for travelling.
We are not nullifying that you can travel for a million reasons under the sun.
We are only insinuating that if your reason for travelling is not among these, or something closer, you might be doing it a miss.
I am pretty sure that whenever you hear about the word travelling, the first thing that comes to your mind is vocational travelling. People indeed travel for vacations although it is not the sole reason for travelling. Vocational journeys as seasonal and planned. As the year begins, tourists think of where and when to visit before the year ends. It is majorly for fun, recreation and exploration, which acts as a breather from the too much work that one might be involved in.
This is another major reason why people get to travel. Your company could be operating in different countries or regions, meaning you might be assigned duties in offices that are not your ideal working areas.
It means that you might have to accomplish your assignment in a new station. Travelling becomes inevitable in such a case.
We all have those moments that we gather as families to take care of family welfare. This happens especially for those that do not stay together as a family. When this time comes, family members have to move to the central meeting point. It enhances family bonding, and so such travels are not so straining. If anything, people anticipate having them. Distance is never a limitation for such meetings.