Performing behavioural testing on a Drupal project allows you to make sure that all of your features work as they should do. This is especially important when you update code as this can introduce bugs that are otherwise time consuming or difficult to spot.
One aspect that is important to behavioural tests is the content of the site, which is often integral to many Drupal sites functioning correctly. Many Drupal sites have taxonomy terms that are used in views to filter content in one way or another.
There are also structure pages that are used as signposts to other parts of the site, and they are often important in navigation. Whilst you could just visit the pages directly, it's often useful to test the user journey end-to-end, which involves being able to navigate to the functionality being tested.