There are a lot of reason to travel. But to travel full-time? There are special and much more specific reasons for that and why you should go for it if you’re thinking about it.
If you enjoy travelling already, then deciding to go full-time should be something you want to do, right? There is freedom and adventure afoot that waist for no one. A lot of things to discover and lot more new people to meet.
Also, it’s exciting. There’s something about going to a place and not knowing what to find and see. The thrill is enough to get you moving. It at least gets ME moving. And someday, I too can go travelling full-time someday, once I’m done with my own bucket list here at home. For now, let’s learn what the exciting reasons are to travel full-time.
Show off your travel photography skills
There is no way that you wouldn’t be taking photos out there. You might not have any skills whatsoever when you started, but you can improve while you’re out there. Other travellers you might meet can give you pointers too. It’s fun.
Visit iconic places
We often just see them in photos on the internet. It’s time you see them for yourself and actually experience it. You can take photos here and cross out your bucket lists knowing you have been to these places now.
Learn new languages
It’s exciting when you learn a new one. If you ever do get back home, you would have a whole new arsenal of words. Being able to speak in more than just one language also helps you be smarter. Imagine being able to speak the language of every country you get to.
Live like a local
Now you will know what it feels like to live in the country you visited. You can be one of their locals and have a different lifestyle than the one you had at home. And when it’s time to travel again, you can have another different one.
Meet multinational friends
What’s a trip without meeting new friends? The whole point of getting out of your home was to meet newer and possibly better people that aren’t at all toxic, right? Of course you would end up meeting multinational friends along the way.
Have a food trip
Ah, the best part about travelling; food. It isn’t really much of a trip without getting to taste the food that the locals always eat. We rarely get to eat that back at our own home. A food trip is next on the list and it can happen every single time you land in a country.
Discover every country’s history and culture
Aren’t you curious about other people’s culture? About their beliefs and how they came to be like the people they are now? Without the help and aid of communicating, back when everything was still every-country-for-itself, how did they do things?
Get out of your shell
You get to discover things about yourself you weren’t aware about. It helps in self-reflecting and finding yourself.