At the beginning we travel to lose ourselves, then after, to discover ourselves.
We travel to open our hearts and eyes and learn more about the world and the beautiful people living upon. We travel for peace of mind, we travel to indulge and we travel for adventure.
What type of traveller are you?
The epic adventurer loves exceptional activities and grand adventures. This type of traveller likes to live with polar bears for a month or climb Mount Everest. These experiences are usually one in a lifetime experiences which very few undergo
You don’t have to take big risks to enjoy an adventure. Soft adventurers prefer snorkeling, wind surfing and safaris. These all create memorable moments and are super fun.
Soul Seeking Traveller
Once in a while we all do a little soul seeking. Soul Seeking Travellers often head to the mountains of countries such as India, Peru or Portugal to realign their thoughts spiritually and through yoga, meditation and healthy food.
We all could do more. Volunteering abroad is a great way to travel to a new place but also to get involved with helping the community with projects. Projects include building schools, aiding the sick and sustainable farming.
Foodies let their taste buds lead the way and are willing to travel far and wide to taste new local delicacies such as Kuch Dadar from Indonesia or Virudhunagar Ennai Parotta in India.
The active traveller doesn’t want to miss a beat. They will ensure that their day is full with hikes, bike trails and excursions. This traveller usually covers everything there is to do in their destination before moving on.
Beach bums just want to chill back, relax and do nothing. They make sure that the majority of their day is spent at the beach relaxing
Adrenaline junkies have a compulsive desire for excitement and adventure. They need to experience The Worlds Highest Freefall Jump in South Africa, or bike Bolivias death path.
Cultural travel is a type of travel that makes a point of experiencing life within a foreign culture, rather than from the outside as a temporary visitor. To better understand their surroundings this traveller goes on tours, visits amazing museums, gardens, arts, historic homes and dines authentically
The luxury traveller seeks the world’s finest luxury hotels and travel experiences – exclusive destinations, resorts, spas and villas. Travelling in style, they opt for tailor-made holidays so they are sure to receive nothing but the best.
Off the beaten track Traveller
The off the beaten track travellers like to venture into isolated places such as Southern Kazakhstan or Maldonado, Uruguay.
The lazy traveller does not want to exert too much energy while abroad so they often avoid tourist traps and never stray too far.
Party travellers just want to have a good time. Places like Cabo San Luca (Mexico), Ibiza(Spain) and Goa(India) receive thousands of party travellers throughout the year on their dancefloors
Wanderlusts travel far away and to many different places. If they are not travelling they have a very strong irresistible impulse to travel and whenever they return home after a long trip, they immediately start planning the next one.
World Rounded Traveller
A WRT adopts an anything goes attitude. They are up for anything and combine all of the traveller types into one. They might wake up and indulge in cultural activities in the morning and go on an epic adventure in the afternoon then party all night long.
What type of traveller are you?
I am a WRT leaning more towards a cultural traveller