Learn about yourself through different cultures
Pleasant sensory experiences
Build personal and social identity
Travelling gives you the freedom to to makes your own decisions, manage by yourself and feel confident about self
All the hard work and achievements you have done deserve some reward which gives you pleasure and peace.
Connecting with nature relaxes the mind and body. Letting go of everyday pressure and stress.
Stepping out of your comfort zone to visit new places and mix with people of different cultures gives you vast experience through experimentation.
Taking time off from daily hassles makes the mind feel lighter as there is a break from the activities that cause the stress and tension. The new experiences through travel enhance mood and act as a reset button for routine life.
The endless experiences and situations encountered through travel expand the mental, physical and spiritual understanding of self. Travel takes you closer to yourself while you interact with new settings and people.
Spending exclusive time together with your dear ones gives an opportunity to reconnect with them; may that be family, friends or partners. Travelling with another person teaches you a lot about them and your connection with them. Eventually, it gives clarity about the relationship.
A pause from daily life, amidst nature and your own thoughts, introspection and observation are enhanced. Travel gives you the mind space to think of deeper things in life. The curiosity of exploring the world creates a curiosity of self as well.
The psychology of travel refers to the mental, emotional, and behavioural ways that people experience the act of travelling. It can include motivation, decisions during travel, managing stress when travelling, cultural influences and reactions, and the actions we take in planning and going on travels.
Research links travelling to happiness. reduced stress, increased mindfulness, confidence and a rejuvenation to face life. Travel has been a long time remedy from the impact of daily life on one’s mental health.