Sunbathing/go sunbathing

Go swimming

Do some sightseeing/ go sightseeing

Cycling/go cycling

Go to the zoo

Go surfing

Go climbing

Camping/go camping

 These phrasal verbs are used when talking about "arrival" or "departure":

 to rush off: to leave in a hurry.

 to see someone off: to watch someone leave on a trip.

 to take off (for a plane): to leave the ground (for a plane).

 to set off: to leave on a journey.

 to check in (airport): to show your ticket at an airport so that you can be told where you will be sitting and so that your bags can be put on the aircraft ≠ check out.

 to check in/into (hotel): to say who you are when you arrive at a hotel so that you can be given a key for your roomcheck out: to leave a hotel after paying and returning your room key.

 to pull in: If a vehicle pulls in or pulls into somewhere, it moves in that direction and stops there pull outIf a vehicle pulls out, it starts moving onto a road or onto a different part of the road.


Travel – a verb used to show when someone goes from one place to another.

Trip – A noun that denotes a visit to a new environment, usually for a short amount of time.

Journey – The amount of travelling required to reach a destination.

Tour – Travelling to many different places during one trip.

Voyage – a long journey, especially by sea or in space.

Cruise – As a travelling noun, it means to travel on a boat in which you also sleep and stay. It’s like a resort on the water.

Picnic – an occasion when people pack a meal and take it to eat outdoors, especially in the countryside.

Expedition – A trip designed for discovery and furthering of knowledge.

Flight – The process of travelling by air travel.

Crossing – The process of travelling across a body of water. Usually a short trip.

Excursion – a short journey usually made for pleasure, often by a group of people.

 Useful Phrasal Verbs for TRAVEL in English:

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