Arpin is a travel agency in Massachusetts that gets a lot of calls from new clients who haven’t taken a trip in years. Whether it was because they had children, were working, or felt they just didn’t have the funds, we are always excited to hear their enthusiasm to get back on the road. Though sometimes it is unavoidable, Arpin wants to give you 5 reasons why you should never stop traveling.
1) Being cultured is important. If there is something to be said about going to a different country or even a different city, you broaden your horizons. Learning a new culture, about new foods, or a new language teaches you a perspective you might never find anywhere else.
2) It helps you grow. Whether it is navigating a city that is completely different than what you are used to, you learn to travel completely alone, or you are able to spend time volunteering, traveling pushes you outside of your comfort zone.
3) It makes us braver. Traveling, especially in this moment in history, might be scary to many. Though staying in your home might be safer, allowing fear to dictate our lives can be detrimental to our development as humans and understanding the world around us.
4) The memories. There aren’t a lot of people out there that can say they have spent their life trying to travel as often as they can, but you know those who do can rarely talk about anything else. The stories you tell of your time traveling will never be like any other tale you share with your family.
5) It’s SO much fun. When people get “the travel bug”, it isn’t because they were bored in their adventure. Traveling is a great way to escape your norm, find something new, and embrace a different way of life. To us, that sure sounds like a good time.
Whether you take a weekend trip by car, or book a month long retreat, we want you to keep growing. For those bigger trips you might need a little extra help with, Arpin is a go-to travel agent in MA that can help you plan out your trip from beginning to end. With more questions about our services, give us a call today at (508) 883-1013.