Traveling is taking a trip for recreational, leisure or business purposes. Reasons for traveling include recreation, tourism or vacationing, research or exploration, holiday, visit of friends or family, volunteering, business, religion, healthcare. Travel may occur by human powered transport such as walking or bicycling, or with vehicles, such as public transport, automobiles, trains and airplanes. Travel may be local, regional, national (domestic) or international. In some countries, non-local internal travel usually requires no formalities while international travel typically requires a passport and possibly a visa.
The World Tourism Organisation defines tourists as people “traveling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business and other purposes”. In 2010, there were over 940 million international tourist arrivals worldwide, representing a growth of 6.6% when compared to 2009. International tourism receipts grew to US$919 billion (€693 billion) in 2010, corresponding to an increase of 4.7%
Travelling abroad can be an enriching and eye-opening adventure. It would positively broaden your intellectual horizons and deepen your knowledge and understanding of international, political, and economic issues. It is almost certain that you will return from your sojourn abroad with a more informed and accurate perspective on world affairs. You will also have first-hand knowledge of how another culture approaches the tasks and challenges of everyday life, a sense of how ‘global’ the international culture has become, and an appreciation of the importance of international cooperation.
Since 2003, we have worked hard to exceed the expectations of travelers across the globe with unrivalled travel experiences to different countries. We invite you to join in on the journey of discovery and exploration. Whether you are looking for a family holiday, an active adventure or a business trip, this is an opportunity to travel abroad on a tourist visa. Applicants should be able to provide documents explaining their personal circumstances in their home country and documents to prove they can support themselves abroad.
Travelling abroad is a great way to explore other cultures and experience life in exciting new ways. People who travel a lot in life seem more ready to embrace change and have a wider perspective on just about anything. Here are only a few benefits one might get from traveling abroad:
- the opportunity to disconnect from your regular life and recharge your “batteries”
- the chance to create unique memories to last a lifetime
- the prospect of developing a greater self-confidence, independence, and self-reliance.
- the provision of an international dimension to your intellectual and career development
- the deeper awareness of the values and way of life of your own country, your own place in that country, and its place in the world
There are many factors to keep in mind when choosing a place to visit. You should think about the following questions:
- What is the language of the country you are interested in? Will it be a problem?
- How long do you want to stay abroad? Can you afford it?
- How difficult will it be to get a visa?
- Will the advantages (rest, networking opportunities…) outweigh any disadvantage (cost…etc)?
- Will cultural shock be a problem?
Visa fees, air ticket and maintenance fees abroad
- Comprehensive information on your destination
- Communication with institutions / embassies on your behalf
- Guidance and support with your visa application
- Help with your air travel arrangement and foreign currency exchange
- Pre-departure orientation, on arrival service and guidance to find accommodation
Anyone who desires to travel abroad
Anywhere (USA, UK, UAE, Australia, Canada, China…etc)