When you say "travel", do you mean travelling to the places you have always wanted to go? (such as high tourism locations). I'd imagine that professionals that work in these locations do not travel much. They work there but do not move around much. The exception to this would probably be crew members in travel such as flight crew, ship crew, etc. Their job IS travel. I have to agree with the posts above, in that consultant work is best for traveling (90%+) as well as jobs that involve regulatory inspections (think safety, legal, oil, petrol, utility, etc industries). These professionals travel a lot. That said, they are EXPERTS in their fields. For instance, to be a consultant, you have to know what you are consulting.
Some all-around good news: If your true aim is to travel, find a field that you enjoy and work towards becoming an expert in that field. You will likely have opportunities to take on a role WITH travel. For example, I work in IT. I am good at it. There are thousands of vacant positions that involve 20%-90% travel. I, personally, do not want to travel that much for work and will just do it for pleasure on my own!
I hope this helps.