Are you a traveller or a tourist or simply a wanderer?

Some may say there is no difference,Well you never knew that visiting the keen corners of your locality is also a way to travel.

There is not much of a difference between a traveller, a tourist or a wanderer, it’s simply based on your views about new places, the food there, even shelter and sanitary.

A tourist is one who might carry a camera, guidebook and map at all times and wear the same clothing he’d wear at home. Tourists tend to stay in their comfort zones a bit; they may speak only in their native language instead of trying to learn phrases in the local language where he is. Mostly a tourist is a one who visits a less danger area. A place where you will get a hotel (similar to your home).


A traveller is someone who loves to see the world. They have set destinations that they want to visit and they have goals. Set goals. They have an endpoint. They know where they want to go and what they want to see and they make it happen.


Now let’s see the wanderers. They wants’ to see the world just like a traveller does, but they have other ambitions and goals. Their goal is to see what they can when they can, but without a set destination. They may just set out one day and see what they find without one ultimate location in mind. They travel aimlessly. Their travel does have purpose because the wanderer wants to discover new territory, but it is still aimless because they do not necessarily care where they end up.


But, do any of these differ? Maybe a bit, but not much. Travel is of so many types, because of so many reasons. These all things together makes travelling itself a separate industry.

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Bipsha Roy

Passionate about travel, adventure and love to explore the world through the lens.. An engineering persuade, with skills to write, and passion to travel :)

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