Why One Should Travel

It is not necessary to have vast knowledge of geography and history, rest assured, a visit to Rajasthan , Leh & Ladakh will change the way you think about history and geography. Travelling, with all its fascinating sights and sounds, is by far a supremely gleeful way to learn more about the world’s economy, history, sociology, politics and geography. It is far better than listening to a teacher’s lesson inside a four-cornered classroom.

Managing the Stress of Your Everyday Life. Some people cope remarkably well with the pressures in their lives. They know when to take time out, look at the situation differently or turn to others for support. Unfortunately, many more people cope with stress in ways that are actually self-destructive. Getting away from everyday stress helps restore both body and mind, and having new experiences takes your mind away from the day-to-day problems and allows it to concentrate on taking in new sights, smells, tastes and sounds. After a couple of days, you can actually feel your body start to relax.

Travelling around not only makes you strong, but also it will teach you how to be a frugal and budget-conscious wanderer. Moreover, it teaches you how to be a pro, when it comes to bargaining.

Sometimes we need a little distance to help us see things as they really are. The world is dotted with spectacular natural wonders that will leave you in utter amazement, such as the Himalaya , Taj Mahal ,Ajanta and Ellora Caves.

When you travel, you get endless opportunities to meet people and become friends , expand your social networks. Even better, you will have decent places to stay during your upcoming future trips

You remember all the intoxicating experiences you’ve had with your buddies for the rest of your life.

Try to pass by the slums of Mumbai and Kibera in Nairobi (Kenya), and you’ll know how privileged and lucky you are. Most of us have become too blinded by materialism and our consumerism-filled lives that we forget to thank our creator for all the blessings we have received.
Travelling, on your own is quite different from your family holiday in your childhood. For one thing, you won’t have your parents to guide you and hold your hand. You will be put into real-life situations that improve your street smarts as well as organizational skills.
And, the best part of travelling is that you will never run out of fascinating experiences to share with your friends, colleagues, spouse, children and grand kids.