Adventurers | Explorers
Adventurers are often called explorers. They are seeking something new, such as a new world or new experiences. They often have to undergo grueling travel to get there. Famous fictional adventurers include Phineas Fogg, who, to win a wager, circumnavigated the globe in 80 days, using various forms of transport. In real life, Nellie Bly, an American journalist, decided to beat his record. On the morning of 25 January, 1890 she stepped off the train in New Jersey, having completed her 24,899-mile journey around the globe in 72 days. Nice one, Nellie.
You can become an adventurer by diving into the type of adventure that you find interesting and exciting. Then build up the skills necessary for your adventure, travel the world, and meet other people. You can also make your adventure your career to sustain your dreams and future adventures.
A modern explorer pushes the limits of exploration and goes on adventures in various places of the world. Modern explorers include astronauts that explore space beyond Earth, sea divers who explore the depths of the water and mountaineers who adventure into the tallest mountains of the world.
Humans seek adventure because we naturally crave it and seek adventures that have a deep impact. Humans have it engrained in their DNA to explore and seek fun. An adventure is known to improve self-competency, be empowering, improve trust, and increase social bonding if achieved in a group setting.