Back in the 19th century, the renowned author, Robert Louis Stevenson said, “I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel’s sake. The great affair is to move.” Two centuries later, nothing much has changed, at least in terms of the innate human desire to travel. Travel is a basic human desire.
Simply put we’re a migratory species. The benefits of travel are extensive, and go far beyond just a break from our daily routine. And even if you haven’t really analysed these far-reaching benefits, which include increased creativity and being more open-minded, there’s a good chance you love to travel, like the vast majority of us. Did you ever think about taking this one step further? Imagine being able to transform your travel passion into a lucrative, fulfilling business. A business that would allow you to travel more, and help others to do the same.
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