Loopes JavaScript

const vacationSpots = [‘Bali’, ‘Paris’, ‘Tulum’];
for (let I = 0; I < vacationSpots.length;I++){
console.log('I would love to visit '+vacationSpots[I])
}
this code says that if i is lower than vacationSpots length. It’s true! ‘I’ equal 0 and vacationSpots equals 2.
but why in the console.log ‘I’ need to add The ‘I’ between the brackets when I’m logging this; console.log('I would love to visit '+vacationSpots[I])