"I want to travel and relax a bit."
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Further to my previous reply, please also note that there is a special punctuation mark used in Chinese in a sentence like this. Duolingo has used a comma, but normally you would use a 、 which is called 頓號〔顿号〕dùnhào which Pleco defines as a “slight-pause mark used to set off items in a series.”
It seems like this sentence should be okay with 和 linking the clauses, but you wouldn't use 也. See also the accepted answer to this question https://chinese.stackexchange.com/questions/21391/whats-the-difference-between-也-yě-和-hé
But to answer the original question that you were responding to, it is pretty common to not use a conjunction in a situation like this.
旅游 means something like "doing tourist things". It does not mean going to another place. To talk about leaving your current location and going to another place, you need to use a verb like 去 or 到. In my experience, going to a place for the purpose of touring/vacation in that place is usually phrased as 去+Place+旅游.
If Duolingo is not going to provide us with punctuation they should really include the words that link phrases together at least. Its a bit frustrating searching for "and" or a "," for a minute and not finding one.