You are doing your B.Sc physicis and confused. You love travelling and interacting with people.
You do not like research or college (teaching), then I don't know why you took B.Sc physics. Graduation and Masters in Physics would mean to be part of a academic teaching team, a research or a scientist or an entrepreneur. The chance of travelling would be less, but interacting with people would be possible.
I would suggest think before you joining M.Sc physics. Having dreams or desiring to do many things is good, but transforming them into a reality, a reality that gives you a career and earn a living is different and difficult. If you have a good amount of money, then it's fine to have a degree and a career that does not pay much.
But if you have to depend on your degrees to fetch you a good job and salary package to sustain yourself and your family, you need to think carefully about your priorities.
The Indian Institute of Astrophysics (https://www.iiap.res.in/guidelines/visiting-entership) offers a summer internship program for students in final year B.Sc for two months. Apply for this and see whether interacting with people who actually do a job helps us, I say this because as students we would imagine something different and the reality would be something else. If you find that you change your mind, then make contacts and move on up in your career or education.
If still not convinced, I suggest, do your B.Sc in physics, take a gap year, like what students do abroad, choose a country wherein you can work/do research part time related to physics to earn some money and then explore the world. Then after a year settle down in a job with M.Sc Physics by correspondence mode. The gap year help you the think, interact, develop contact and find out what you want in life, it is not for fun alone.
If you are still passionate about travelling and interacting with people, choose Journalism, Event management, International banking/corporate law, Tourism and Hospitality management MBA, specific areas of tax consultancy ( offshore banking/fund management etc).
If your eye sight is good why not the airline industry or the Merchant Navy. Pilots, cabin crew, deck officers etc can be considered. If you have good contacts and know someone in the middle east etc, then you can do medical tourism related courses and work as a staff of a medical tourism firm. Here it is more of communication and organisational skills that are important rather than the knowledge of medicine or tourism.