Traveling alone can be the ultimate self-indulgence. It can be one of the most rewarding, inspiring, fulfilling and empowering activities you can do in your life. While traveling with your best friend is unbelievably fun. But traveling with your significant other,with the one you love can be one of the most memorable experiences of discovery and sharing you can possibly have. There is nothing better than having a compatible traveling companion.You’re not alone nor are you’ just traveling with some friends. It’s more than that. You’re traveling with the person you love the most. (Ahhhh! Cheeseballs).
Here are some reason why you should add Traveling with your partner in your bucketlist:
Traveling together enhances the quality of time.
Traveling together enhances the quality of time you get to spend with your Beau. Being with your loved one 24/7, there’s always an opportunity to have a laugh, have a chat, and play together. You’re really able to appreciate the small moments together. A 12 hours long drive can end up feeling like five minutes. It’s a chance for both of you to invest a lot of time making memories together. Make a lot of time on those walks in secluded places.
Traveling as a couple will turn you into each others best company.
Oh those long butt-numbing bus rides.. long lines and waiting game. Those are the “dead moments when you’ll be talking to each other a lot. Not a boring or silent minute goes by because you’ll never run out of things to talk about. Gone are the days of excruciating boredom all through out the trip. Because you have someone to listen and talk to you about everything under the sun.You’ll be each others best company. Remember that nothing unifies a couple more than talking camaraderie. You’re traveling together as a duo to make the trip a success and as such you get to share all your experiences (the ups and the downs) with someone else. It’s about seeing places and sights for the first time and knowing you’ve done it together.
Couples Who Travel Together, Stay Together (Forever?)
Research conducted for Travel Effect that says 79% of couples said that traveling together has a positive impact on their relationship.
“Couples who travel together more often report closeness and romance compared to couples who don’t, and are more likely to report sharing common goals and desires. They’re less likely to see their differences as anything they can’t resolve, and when it comes to staying together, they’re more likely to make it past the five-year mark.”
“Every where I’m a Tourist, with You I’m Always Home.”Home is where the heart is.
You’ll realize along the journey that home is the person traveling with you. The piece of home you can carry around. With them you feel completely secure. Your partner is all you’ve got in strange places. The person who will stick with you wherever you go. With them you will never feel lost and alone.