Survey Finds Travel Makes You Happier -

Survey Finds Travel Makes You Happier
Survey Finds Travel Makes You Happier

Survey Finds Travel Makes You Happier

If you already have a scheduled trip in the coming days, you are probably happier than you were before you planned the trip.

According to findings of some studies, people who are planning and expecting an approaching trip are likely to feel happier than those who do not have an upcoming trip.

But then, as soon as the trip’s finished, travelers are back to their usual level of happiness until another trip comes up.

Headed by Dr. Jeroen Nawijn of NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences in Netherlands, the study presented that travelers reported an increased level of happiness before their trip as to those who do not travel probably because they are expecting a holiday.

The study revealed that many people feel more burst of joy when they begin planning their trip, usually 8 weeks before the actual trip. It also presented that travel showed improvement in one’s health after the trip, where a sound vacation does well for both the heart and soul.

Get more information about travel and its many lifestyle benefits during the conferences held at the second edition of International Festival of Ibn Battuta which will run for four days. This travel and cultural festival entitled, “Travelers, the Ambassadors of Peace” is set to take stage on November 9 to 12, 2017 at the city of Tangier in the Kingdom of Morocco.

A much-anticipated event by the international travel community, this festival will showcase parades, conferences, film showing, street art exhibitions and other exciting social happenings. The Moroccan Association of Ibn Battuta, the head organizer of the event is inviting everyone from volunteers to sponsors to join in the celebration of the legacy of the journey of the Great Ibn Battuta, the values it upholds, its significant contribution in the fields of travel and literature and in promoting the spirit of peace, tolerance and unity through supporting the culture of traveling.


Mohamed Dekkak

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