Before we can understand why people travel, you have to understand the meaning and how it’s separate from vacationing. The meaning of travel is the movement of people between relatively distant geographical locations for any reason and for any length of time, without or with any way of transport. Travel can also include relatively short stops between successive movements. Movements between locations that require only a few minutes are not considered as travel. As an activity, “travel” also covers all the activities executed during a travel (movement). Travel could be international, regional, national (also domestic), or local. In various countries, nonlocal internal travel might require an internal passport, and international travel usually requires a visa and passport.
Most people travel for business, commuting, to visit people, for tourism, recreational purposes, exercise, migration, and other numerous reasons. There are many ways travel may happen by human powered transport like bicycling, walking, or vehicles, such as public or private transport, trains, airplanes, boats, and automobiles.
A round trip is a certain type of in which a person moves from her/his usual residence to one or several locations and returns back to a residence. A trip can also be considered a part of a round trip. Now the meaning of vacation is a leave of absence from a regular occupation, or you could say a specific journey or trip, for the purpose of several tourism or recreation. Most of the time a vacation is taken during a specific holiday, or celebrations, or festivals. Vacations or holidays are often spent/celebrated with family or friends.
Over a billion people travel a year whether it is for personal or business. The actual word “travel” is related to journeys or the activity of making journeys. So how many of those billion plus people actually travel for vacation? The estimation is between 50 million to 200 million people each year travel for vacation. Why do people take vacations? For a lot of reasons and any reason just to get away from the ordinary everyday situation. Everybody needs a break or vacation to relax, but the “million dollar question” is where would