Hey Doribel! Many careers offer traveling - I can speak to one: Management Consulting. Depending on the firm and the types of project you do, you can be traveling up to 100% of the time. A typical work week follows the 3-4-5 schedule, which is really a consulting jargon for "3 nights, 4 days on the road, and the 5th day (Friday) in your home office."
A lot of times, work will bring you to amazing places, and you get to meet really interesting people, wake up to beautiful views. However, earlier on in your career, you may not get to choose when and where you travel to. And traveling for work is a very different from traveling for fun.
Another option: most companies/projects will offer you a choice of "alternative travel" - which means, instead of traveling home on Thursdays, you can travel elsewhere given that the traveling expense is comparable to what you would be otherwise spending to get home. I've known people who alt-traveled to Hawaii for a long weekend. Now that's just awesome.