Travel is the moving movement of individuals between different geographic locations. Travel can be performed by foot, bike, car, train, bus, plane, boat, car or any other means, and is usually one-way or round trip in nature. The modern traveler has more choices than ever for his or her travel experience, whether it’s an extended stay on a short vacation, a weekend trip, or a month-long vacation. There are now so many different ways to travel that some travelers find themselves planning their travel ahead of time so they have an idea of where they want to go and when they want to get there. While this can make your travel plans a bit easier, it can also be overwhelming.

Traveling can take many different forms. For instance, you could be traveling from one country to another, across the world, to another country, or even down through time to your present era. However, one form of travel that remains prevalent throughout the history of travel is that of the journey. Journey in its most basic form is simply the act of going from point A to point B. This is a general definition but, for the purposes of this article, we will be defining travel in its most literal sense, the physical movement of individuals from one place to another.

There are two major types of travel: commercial and non-commercial. Commercial travel is typically for business purposes, including tours, sports, cultural events and the like. Non-commercial travel, on the other hand, is basically personal or intrapersonal travel. As the name suggests, it is travel that is intended to only last a short period of time.

So, what does travel mean to you? To answer this, let us first define travel as any motion that brings about change of destination. We can further define travel in terms of time as the act of going from one place to another at a fixed rate of speed. Therefore, when we talk about travel, the act of going from here to there is a travel, and any changes in the destination, such as the route, are transitory.

In order for us to make the leap from this broad brushstroke to a more defined realm, we will have to take our definition of travel a bit closer. Any journey where the objective is to move from one place to another would be a journey, whether it is between places or just passing through one. However, not every journey needs to have an end or a destination; sometimes a journey is simply a journey. Now, let us define travel in more exact terms.

A journey can be thought of as the act of traveling from one place to another in a linear fashion. This can include travel within a country or state, or even a trip between different parts of a country or even the globe itself (i.e. a circumnavigation). A journey does not have to involve travel within a defined geographical area, and can include travel within a single language or even across international borders. In short, let us make travel a verb, so that it can take on more defined connotations.