Fully describing the feeling of going on an adventure is pretty hard.
That can be seen through all the novels and memoirs throughout history that have given it a bash.
Wanderlust is a great word, but it's pretty overused nowadays when trying to describe travel and adventure, so we've had a look at how other languages do it....
From coddiwomple to nemophilist, we bet there's more than a couple of awesome words here that you'll relate too!
(n.) English: The trail of dreams, ideas, inspirations, and experiences brought into being by the human imagination.
(n.) English: A Solitary adventurer. Someone who wanders and travels without company.
(n.) German: An ache for distant places and a longing for travel.
(v.) English To travel in a purposeful manner towards a vague destination
(n.) French: "The call of the void" The instinctive urge to jump from high places
(n.) French: To be taken out of a familiar world and placed into a new one
(n.) Japanese: A profound, mysterious sense of the beauty of the universe
(n.) French: "Being west" To be a daydreamer...
(n.) Swedish: The restless race of the traveler’s heart before the journey begins.
(n.) English: A love and passion for the solitude and beauty of forests and woodland.