All of us have heard or spoken this phrase, time and again, from/to our friends, co-workers or relatives. We plan a vacation to help us relax from our routine tiring lives and explore places we wish to visit, but when we come back we are more tired than ever.
According to various studies and surveys conducted by a leading universities and doctors, more than 60% of the vacationers felt more tired when they returned home than when they left.
The term ‘Vacation’ means the act of taking a leisure break to visit exciting places and return home rejuvenated and happy. But, like a lot of things, our lack of knowledge, has resulted in insulting the meaning of vacation.
According to the studies conducted, the main reason for vacations being tiring is the nature of the trip itself. Before the trip, we, especially women, plan what to pack and spend a large amount of time rushing to make sure nothing is forgotten. To take the trip, we stay at work till late and at home, to ensure everything will run smoothly in our absence. In our vacation, we stay at hotels with unfamiliar environments, which affects our mental peace and sleeping patterns. The food at such trips is always eaten out, resulting in stomach disturbances and no-satisfaction. To take the maximum advantage of the trip at the minimum cost, we book cheaper hotels, which may increase our conveyance time, then wake up earlier than usual, sleep later than usual - all of these results in lack of sleep.
Due to our past experiences and what we see around, we have accepted that vacations are always supposed to be tiring. We, at Grand Leisure Travel, ask for a chance to prove you wrong.
Picture this, the grand happy fresh return post-vacation-