If you’re planning your next trip but are not sure where to go, here’s how you can find out. By determining your travel personality type, you can pick destinations better suited for you. And don’t worry if you think you’re hard to define — there is a trip for every personality type out there.
So find the ideal trip for your personality type and book your next flight!
The Classic Traveller
Classic Travellers value organisation and consistency. They are not the spontaneous, fly-by-the-seat-of-their-pants sort, so they would find it stressful to travel without a plan in a new place. However, they will love guided tours in more traditional, tourist-friendly locales. For the Classic Traveller, a wine tour vacation in Tuscany, Italy would be perfect.
The Harmonious Traveller
Harmonious Travellers love, well, peace and harmony. They tend to feel a deep responsibility towards others, so they deserve some “me time” on a holiday to focus on themselves for a change. A retreat to the eco-friendly Kasbah du Toubkal Ecolodge in Marrakech, Morocco will cater to their compassionate nature.
The Altruistic Traveller
Altruistic Travellers are nurturing and creative in nature. They love to help others and derive great satisfaction in making the world a better place. To them, a trip is worth it if they manage to contribute to a cause, whether it’s to visit an orphanage or assisting at the Kenya Wildlife Service. Check out National Geographic’s list of top volunteer vacations for some ideas.
The Posh Traveller
Contrary to popular belief, Posh Travellers are not all glamour and no substance. They are, in fact, logical and analytical, and they love to engage in intellectual discussions. They have very high standards when it comes to a vacation — a holiday that is intellectually stimulating, such as a trip to somewhere rich with art and history, is the most fulfilling to them. London, with its rich literary history, museums, and university campuses, would be perfect for them.
The Offbeat Traveller
Offbeat Travellers are artistic and idealistic. They lead offbeat, unconventional lifestyles and are often seeking the meaning of life and authenticity in their experiences. Hence, a trip to India, with its rich history and tradition, will satisfy Offbeat Travellers.
The Wild Traveller
Wild Travellers are readily adaptable and highly independent. They enjoy the great outdoors and have an inclination towards extreme, thrilling activities. A solo backpacking trip or one with like-minded friends in New Zealand would be ideal for them. There, thrill-seekers can try some of the extreme activities New Zealand is well-known for, such as bungee jumping, skydiving, and canyoning.
The Chill Traveller
Chill Travellers are easygoing, cheerful, and low-key. They often have artistic inclinations and may appear introverted, but they love interacting with people and sharing their experiences with friends and family. They would appreciate a laid-back beach vacation with cultural activities the most. For this, San Juan would be the perfect destination to spend a day at the beach relaxing, snorkeling, or playing a game of beach volleyball before heading to the historic city of Old San Juan.
The Scholarly Traveller
Scholarly Travellers are thinkers who prize logic, innovation, art, and philosophy. So a visit to Florence, Italy, the land of jaw-dropping renaissance art, architecture, and history, would delight them.
Which travel personality type are you? What’s your preferred way of travelling, and where’s next on your bucket list? Share your thoughts in the Comments section below!