3 reasons why moms are best travel buddies

Finding the right travel buddy is hard. There are many a times where you could be best friends with someone but cannot travel with them, especially if it is for longer travels. Over the years, I have traveled for about 40 countries in 6 continents. I have traveled solo, with friends and family, strangers and acquaintances.

After traveling with so many people, I have had only a few (single digits) travel buddies with whom I can comfortably and reliably travel with. Even though my mother and me are poles apart, I still feel that my relationship with my mother has improved because of our mother-daughter travels. She is definitely one of my best travel buddies. Be it our road trip in Tasmania or a birthday celebration travel in Cambodia, we have had such amazing memories together. In this post, I would like to tell you why your mother is your best travel buddy.

This post is my way of showing my gratitude towards having such an amazing mother and it is also her birthday today!

Amma
My mom in Tasmania

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3 reasons why moms are best travel buddies

The relationship between mother and daughter is known as the maternal bond. And this maternal bond is considered as the purest form of bond in the world.

Because your mom is your childhood and best friend

There were times when... I didn't have a lot of friends. But my mom was always my friend. Always. ~Taylor Swift.

Your mom is probably the only person who has stood by you from the time you are born. She is your best friend and the first childhood friend you have ever had. Being that pillar of strength, she is the one who has celebrated with you when you achieved something and has cried with you when you have had failures.

My mom has been my strength at all times. No matter what life has thrown at me, my mom has always stood by me. I am so blessed to have had that one person in my life who shows so much support by just being beside me.

Amma and me

Because your mom is the best personal photographer

Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever.. it remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything. ~ Aaron Siskind.

Your mom is your personal photographer who is always ready to take your pictures. From your childhood, she has been collecting the precious memories and has never said no for taking a picture of you.

My mom has always taken very good pictures of me. I have had such precious childhood references because of her. Some of the pictures she has taken has been featured in a few tourism pages. If I travel with my mom, I do not have to think twice about the best social media pictures I can get.

Tasmania - East Coast
One of the pictures clicked by my mom which was featured in Tasmania tourism page

Because your mom cares too much about you

A mother's love is like an everlasting bed of roses, that continues to blossom. A mother's love bears strength, comfort, healing, and warmth. Her beauty is compared to a sunny day that shines upon each rose petal and inspires hope. ~ Ellen J. Barrier.

Your mom is that one person who cares way too much about you than herself. She will spend endless nights if you fall ill and she will go to any extent to make you comfortable during bad days. And she cares too much about you and she is the best person you can rely on during your travels.

When I travel with my mom, I do not have to remind her about my likes or dislikes. She will remember and she will ensure that I am taken care of as she loves and cares about me too much.

Tasmania - East Coast

Closing Notes

A few years ago, I made a promise to myself that I would travel with my mother every single year to a new destination. I have tried to keep my promise and I have traveled with my mother to new places, internationally and within India. During these travels with my mother, I have learned a lot of things and understood that everyone travels differently. And it is important to come to a middle ground if you wish to travel with a person who is very close to you.

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6 thoughts on “3 reasons why moms are best travel buddies”

  1. How great that you have been able to do some travels with your mom. And that it has helped your relationship. Sadly my mother passed early and I really did not get to share my love of travel with her. But I am sure she would be excited to share in some of our adventures.

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  2. What a lovely post – and for me as a mom very encouraging. I could write a post why daughters are the best travel buddies, by the way. At least with my daughter it’s so smooth and tension free. We know each other so well and can be totally open and give each other space. For me as a devoted solo traveller it’s the only tolerable alternative.

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  3. This is such a cute post!! Agreed, moms are the best travel buddies esp when she is your friend. The level of comfort, fun & understanding is unmatched , all so important for a travel buddy! Belated birthday wishes to your mum! 🙂

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