What Defines Your Travelstyle?
The traveler is active, he goes strenuously in search of people, adventure and experiences. The tourist is passive, he awaits for interesting things to happen and goes sightseeing – Daniel J. Boorstin
Purpose is the reason you journey and passion is the fire that lights your way.
Every journey has a personal purpose which ultimately defines a travelstyle. As such, your travelstyle has a purposeful movement geared towards a personal need. The secret making of a perfect journey begins with your own motivating reasons for going. One’s destination is really not just a place, but it’s also about you as a person, a new way of seeing your true self and doing the things that enrich your life. Usually every trip is fueled by something you need, you want to see, do or experience. Determining the precise travelstyle you are currently seeking requires asking yourself three basic soul-searching questions: “Where, What & Why?”
Embark on that trip you’ve been meaning to take, dreaming of doing, finding that new beginning, needing to become one with someone. If you dare yourself to go and really do it, you’ll achieve mission fulfillment. Knowing there’s a defined reason within all of us that speaks louder than any other reason as to “why I need to go”, “what am I seeking to accomplish” by going, and finally “where am I being called to go” – these are the precise keys to unlocking an extremely epic and Happy Ending to your personal journey.
Whether you are a Naturalist at heart (who loves nature and wildlife seeking to be immersed into one of the world’s best eco-lodges), a Culturist (who loves mingling with the locals and being enriched through customs and history experiences), an Epicurist (who craves to travel simply to taste their way through coveted tables and to follow in the footsteps of chefs), or a Yoloist (who prefers to experience the world with a free-spirited abandonment), there’s a travelstyle for everyone’s inner calling and a purpose to be filled.
Define your personal Travelstyle ……
The Knot-Tiers (newly-weds, honeymooners, romantic couplings)
The Rekindlers (milestone celebrations, reconnecting, fairy-tale fondness)
The Bonderers (families, friends and small groups with common interests)
The Souloist (soul-searchers, serenity-seekers, spiritual pilgrimage, zen-life)
The Gypsetter (bohemians, artists, wanderers, nomads, tribal followers)
The Adventurist (thrill-seekers, challenge-lovers, unknown territories)
The Naturalist (nature lover, the great outdoors, wildlife-wonders)
The Culturist (local immersion, curious about cultures, customs and traditions)
The Fashionist (fashionably forward, trendsetters, couture-chic, jet-setters)
The Escapist (chill-out, decompress to unwind, rejuvenate and reset )
The Yoloist (you-only-live-once, Bucket-listers, millennial must-do’s)
The Epicurist (foodie-fanatic, culinary follower, gourmands, chef-crushes)
The Volunturist (purpose-filled, connecting to community, hands-on)
The Bleisurist (master-mixing business travel and escaping, time-sensitive)