7 Types of Trips to Take in a Lifetime

While air travel continues to dominate and hybridized forms of travel such as ‘glamping’ and ‘staycations‘ become popular within the travel landscape; there are many types of trips one can take to enhance and maximize the overall travel experience. The list below highlights the 7 types of trips that are often overlooked as ‘simple’ but can be thoroughly enjoyed alone or with a group of individuals such as family and friends.

Whatever the case may be, memories will be made and a fond recollection of travel stories will bound to occur in the future. Remember: sometimes it is the little things in life that matter.

7 Types of Trips to Take In Life

By Hayo Magazine

  • Road Trip

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    Sometimes it is all about the journey and not the destination. Road trips are guaranteed to provide hours of bonding and unforgettable memories from detours and good/bad music.

  • Backpacking

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    Backpacking across Europe is often seen as a rite of passage for many young adults. The world is filled with many wonders so go ahead and explore the 6 other continents one backpack at a time.

  • Camping

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    Camping trips are perfect for those who would like to experience Mother Nature and "unplug" from society. Challenge your friends to a weekend of basic living and see who can last the longest!

  • All-Inclusive

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    All-inclusive resort trips feature a simplistic approach to vacationing. There may be less adventure and spontaneity, but sometimes a little bit of R&R is all you need to recharge yourself!

  • Cruise

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    Cruises are popular due to its value proposition of offering entertainment, fun, and travel in one package. Take your entire family on a boat cruise and enjoy the no mess, no stress lifestyle.

  • Spontaneous

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    The world is filled with people to see, places to go, and things to experience. Be spontaneous. Close your eyes, point to somewhere on a map, and go there.

  • Voluntourism

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    A combination of volunteering and tourism. This is a way of traveling and helping communities around the globe. The term denotes shorter-term voluntary work that is not necessarily the sole purpose of the trip, since volunteers also get to experience a place from a very unique perspective, play an important role in the community and create an impact. 

 

Beverly Ng
Beverly Ng

Contributor for Hayo Magazine. All about marketing and communications. A huge advocate of spontaneous adventures and living in the moment. Forever wanderlust.

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