There is more to being alive than having a functional brain and a heartbeat. You actually want to feel the blood pumping in your veins, the adrenaline rush and your mind being blown as you meet people completing unlike you and cultures that are entirely foreign. Read on to find out the ways in which not travelling is killing you.
- It’s stunting your growth.
Living in the same place and taking care of your responsibilities along with the occasional dinner-out-with-friends on a Friday evening are keeping you locked up in a rut. Your closet of life is becoming stuffy. You need to aerate it out. Open the doors, and travel your way to the nearest hills if that’s all you can afford to do at the moment. A change in scenery and a closer interaction to nature as well as people of different ethnicity and culture will widen the horizon of your take on life.
- It’s making you ignorant.
Regardless of how open-minded and well-read you consider yourself to be, confining yourself to the same vicinities is conditioning you to be a certain type of citizen of the world. Until you visit the lands and people across oceans and see them for what they are, your preconceived (and sometimes completely wrong) notions of the world will not break.
- You’re losing the child in you.
No matter how old you become, you always want to retain the child that is your inner self. The stars glistening in your eyes as something brand-new mesmerizes you is a precious feeling that lets you grab as much from life as it has to offer. Travelling will revitalize that and more.
To kick start your travel plans, following is a list of hotels/resorts for you to escape to from your hectic, chaotic and polluted city lives.
- Nilachol Escape Resort.
2000 meters above sea level, this resort gives you a taste of Bangladesh hill-station. Nilgiri being one of the highest peaks of Bangladesh, at 3500 meters above sea level, is a great trek for you to hike.
- Mermaid Beach Resort
Situated off the highway from Cox’s Bazar to Inani beach, Mermaid Beach Resort is a dream destination for you and your family to experience nature at its finest. The view of the lush green hills on one side and the majestic Bay of Bengal on the other will leave you intoxicated, in the healthiest way.
- Hotel Naz Garden
Aside from the opportunity of exploring Bangladesh’s growing commercial development, you will also get to explore Mahasthangar, the earliest urban archaeological spot of Bangladesh.
All these hotels and more are available on www.jovago.net , along with promotional offers to make your travel planning easy.