The best words for travel lovers
Looking for other traveling words like wanderlust? Here we got a comprehensive list with the best travel words for travel lovers! Expand your mind and vocabulary wit these words associated with vacation and adventure.
If you are a travel lover these words will speak to you.
Below I have a comprehensive list of synonyms for travel words, from different language origins.
The list goes beyond vacation words and travel terms. These interesting travel related words are also to related to journey in the literal but also figurative meaning.
Many of these words’ meanings can’t be summed up in one word in English.
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Here are a few words that describe travel. If you are craving for travel, you should add them to your vocabulary bucket list.
These travel synonyms go beyond the wanderlust meaning.
(adj.) Lover of roads and travel. One who loves to travel.
For more inspiration read my Road Trip Quotes post.
(n.) The stress induced by speaking a foreign language.
(n.) A lucky find. Something lovely found by chance.
(adj.) Unfamiliar, strange, and yet marvellous.
(n.) Occurrence and development of good events by chance or without looking for it.
(n.) A person wandering alone.
Read amazing Solo Travel Quotes here!
(n.) A strong desire for or impulse to travel.
The word wanderlust is one of the most well known words to describe that feeling travelers usually have but it is not the only one.
Other terms have similar meaning to wanderlust in different languages too.
(n.) Wistful longing; a yearning for a far. Nostalgia for an event or thing that you have never experienced or had before.
(n.) One who strolls aimlessly but enjoyably, observing life and society surrounding.
(n.) A person who travels from place to place, who can’t sit still or settle down. It is basically a synonym for travel lovers.
(n.) To drift unplanned, led only by the landscape and architecture around you.
(v.) To travel in a purposeful manner towards a vague destination.
A habitual pleasure-seeker.
(n.) A person who travels on foot.
(v.) To travel or wander from place to place.
(v.) The act of wandering when the experience of travel is more important than reaching the a destination.
(n.) A person who goes off or travels around in search of amusement, someone who is obsessed with traveling fun or adventure.
Words to describe travel experience
But we don’t need only words related to wanderlust. What about the travel feels and experiences?
Here are some beautiful words for travel experiences that are summarized in one cool term.
(n.) The feeling of solitude, being alone in the woods and connected to nature.
(n.) The await full of joyful anticipation when imagining future pleasures.
(n.)A person who has intuitive feeling for the natural idiom of a language.
(n.) A person who loves photography and light. They carry a camera on their shoulder wherever they go.
(n.) The sunlight that filters through the leaves of the trees.
(n.) A longing for home. Homesickness.
(n.) The realization that each random passer-by is living a life as vivid and complex as your own.
(n.) The path that moonlight makes on the water.
(n.) Enjoying the simple pleasures and good things in life with friends.
Read now my post about Friend Travel Quotes.
(v.) The act of walking on tiptoe across warm sand.
Definition: The desire to feel things intensely again as you did when you were.
(n.) Doing something with soul, creativity, or love – when you put “something of yourself” into what you’re doing, whatever it may be.
Read this post to learn more about the meaning of Meraki.
Words associated with travel
Check these words to describe travel and adventure in other languages.
(n.) An intense and irresistible desire for freedom.
(n.) The tangled feeling of fear and excitement before a journey begins.
(n.) “The floating world” – living in the moment, detached from the bothers of life.
(n.) A short period of time when you stay in a place as a traveler.
Read Short Travel Quotes now.
(n.) The awareness of how little of the world you’ll experience.
(n.) A homesickness for a home that you can’t return to. Missing a time, an era, or a person – including homesickness for what may not exist any longer.
(adj.) (n.) Citizen of the world or a place including people from many different countries.
Words for adventure lovers
(n.) A feeling of homesickness for places you’ve never been to. A crave to travel. Farsickness.
(n.) The freedom of being alone or of having some alone time.
(n.) Someone who loves the sea/ ocean. A lover of the sea.
(n.) A special place discovered, treasured, returned to for solace and relaxation; a personal idyll free from stress and sadness.
(n.) Dépaysement is the feeling one gets of not being in one’s own country, of being a foreigner.
(n.) Someone who loves life deeply and lives it to the extreme.
(n.) One who is fond of forests or forest scenery; a haunter of the woods.
term that means “taking in the forest atmosphere” or “forest bathing.”
Words about journey
Here are some cool words that mean travel and journey.
(n.) A fear of, or aversion to, crossing a threshold or entering a place to begin a new chapter.
(n.) Achieving the best conditions possible for a human being, in every sense–not only happiness, but also virtue, morality, and a meaningful life.
Read my post about quotes on the path less traveled.
(n.) The pleasure of saying “To Hell with it.”
(v.) To rise at dawn in order to go out and listen to the birds sing.
(adj.) Desiring or seeking powerful change in your life, behavior or a certain situation.
Am I missing any travel term in this travel words list? Let me know in comments below.
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