Travel is our most fundamental way of staying in this world. Immersed in the landscape, tuned to its beauty and species, a wanderer enjoys the experience of a movement in which action and perception are inseparably merged. Wandering becomes an unending process of growth, development and self-realization.

A trip on the other hand is always focused solely on the goal. It is not so much the process of making discoveries along the road of life, as simple movement of people and goods from one place to another in a way that does not affect their nature. On a trip a traveler’s travel loses its meaningfulness because a person merely becomes a passenger of his own planning.