3 Reasons to turn traveling into a holiday

Going on an adventure is a fantastic way to explore the world and spend your holidays, but most adventures are tourist traps that cost exorbitant amounts of money and they end up being bland and repetitive experiences that are far too predictable. Fancy hotel, expensive food, museums and tours—it’s the same old thing no matter what country you go and it can get incredibly boring even with all the wonderful culture and tradition in each country.

If you feel like your holidays have become unfulfilling, then why not consider a holiday that is based around travelling? This could be anything from a boat trip, a train holiday or even a cruise. They can be budget experiences where you can explore countries, or they can be expensive and well-planned experiences that are full of luxury amenities. Whatever you decide, here are a couple of reasons why you should base your next holiday around travelling.

Explore on a budget


One of the best things about turning travel into a holiday is the ability to save a lot of money. For instance, instead of taking a plane to a country and then spending extra money on tourist attractions, hotels and food, most travel holidays are either all-inclusive or they give you flexibility. For instance, you could compare boat rental prices and save up to 50% if you want a private holiday on a boat, exploring whatever body of water you choose to. Alternatively, you could pay extra money and go on a cruise that’s filled with entertainment, shopping and all kinds of nightlife. If you want to save even more money, you could go on a road trip with your friends as long as someone is willing to drive. This will give you plenty of time to explore whatever you’d like, you can plan a road trip from home and travel to any destinations you want.

See more sights and sounds

One of the greatest things about turning travel into a holiday is that you see more of the world. When you go on tourist attractions, you’ll most likely run into other tourists, pay ridiculous amounts of money to see things and you don’t get to experience the culture and traditional of a country through the eyes of locals. For instance, if you go on a backpacking adventure with your friends and family, then you’ll get to sleep and eat in areas that the locals do instead of sparkling hotels with western comforts. This isn’t for everyone, but if you want to get deep into a country’s culture, then you need to explore it through the eyes of a local, not a tourist!

Discover beauty

Whether you plan to go on a rail journey through Europe or a road trip across America, you’ll be exposed to plenty of natural beauty that isn’t always possible from the high windows of a hotel. One of the most important things about travelling is saving your experiences, and when you travel for the sake of travelling and not to sleep in fancy hotels or eat at expensive restaurants, you’ll discover so many new things about the world.

Travel experiences to add to your bucket list

Many of us will have some form of bucket list that we aspire to. Mainly it will be filled with all sorts of wonderful and exotic destinations you want to visit. Some of the most common ones will include road trips across the USA or Australia and see some of the wonders of the world like the Great Wall Of China or Machu Picchu in Peru. But, I think some people lack other things when it comes to their bucket lists, for example, the experiences.

Of course, there is eating in certain restaurants or places, perhaps swimming with dolphins or other marine life. But how about adding certain traveling experiences to your list? I thought I would share with you a few ideas to inspire you.

Just turning up to the airport and taking the next available flight

Traveling is exciting, but there is nothing more thrilling than heading to the airport with a suitcase and your passport and just boarding the first available plane you can get check in to. This means you may not have much of an idea of where you are going and enables you to potentially see some places you never even thought you would. It might be an idea to specify a hot or cooler climate so you can pack accordingly, but traveling these days is much easier in regards to getting currency and even booking accommodation last minute, that this experience is more achievable than ever.

Traveling on a private airplane


Why not take air travel one step further and consider a private airplane to take you on your next holiday excursion? This would be a wonderful idea to celebrate something special or significant in your life, perhaps a milestone birthday age or a specific anniversary. Thankfully, there are plenty of websites online that make booking a private jet charter simple and easy to do.

Landing at your vacation destination by helicopter

Want to arrive at your location in style? Then perhaps chartering a helicopter to take you to your accommodation choice could be a wonderful experience to enjoy. It certainly has the wow factor and could guests staying at the same place gossiping about who the lucky person is. Just make sure the accommodation has a helipad.

Jumping out of a plane and skydiving

Skydiving is a popular experience to be seen on a bucket list, but why not take it to a different level and choose to skydive over some of the most iconic destinations. A popular place is to skydive over the Nevada desert near Las Vegas.

Traveling by cruise to a destination

Finally, decades ago the only way to travel would be by cruise ship. So why not add the experience to your bucket list? Of course, there are plenty of cruising holidays to consider, but actually traveling Trans-Atlantic or across the Pacific gives you the chance to experience cruising in a differently. Some people even take on round the world trips by boat.

I hope this has offered up some more inspiration for your travel bucket list.

Travelling the West Coast in style

Travelling the West Coast of the U.S. is a dream for many. And what with all the beautiful cities to visit, the breathtaking things to see, and the memories to be made, it’s no wonder. But travelling the West Coast of America isn’t just about the places you travel to. It’s not just about the destinations you arrive at and the things you see whilst in them. It’s about the journey. And to make sure you make the best out of a journey to the West Coast, make sure to read on.

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