Traditionals – If you inspect the description of venturers, then you will find a character rather the opposite of yours. You prefer a life that’s more structured, stable and predictable. You’d rather follow some set routines in your own life so that you are more inclined to know precisely what’s going to occur during each day and, thus, can prepare or plan for it much better. Read more. Venturers – Pleasure trips occupy a central place in your life. That’s the reason I call you a venturersomeone that ventures forth very eagerly and excitedly. You fit in a little group.
Just around four percent of travelers share your intense love of going to out from the way places and continuously seeking out from the regular experiences. Read more. Sightseers – Laid back, calm, easygoing, happy-go lucky, unruffled, untroubled, informal, unceremonious, casual, and carefree. Lots of those words probably apply to you. You have even heard them used by friends and partners to describe you previously. Most importantly, you likely have been labeled as mellow, developing a sense among friends that you are genial, serene in most of life’s storms, cordial, affable, cheerful, pleasant, and pleasant. And you’re a true blue kind of person somebody who never plays the snob and who’s loyal to buddies and associates.
About 17% of the population shares your characteristics. Read more. Pioneers – As a mid venturer, your character fits between venturers and people more in centre of the character spectrum. You share a number of features in common with pure venturers. You want to travel, particularly to foreign destinations and you seek out new adventures and new destinations for nearly all trips you take. You’re also physically active at home and on trips. But, unlike your pure venturer buddies, you do not want to take such extreme holidays and are more inclined to plan your trips set an itinerary of areas you would like to visit and schedules when you’ll be there.
Additionally you have more company. About 17% of people has a character that matches yours, vs. Only four percent for pure venturers. Read more. Journeyers – You belong to one of the two largest character groups on my scale. Three out of ten people discuss your character characteristics. You’re called an authentic due to your steady, predictable approach to your everyday life, and your centric label derives of features you share in common with individuals who fit in center of the character scale. Your travel interests and everyday life are more diverse and different than either authentics or mid authentics. You’ll fly or drive on a pleasure trip, but you usually prefer to go by car or SUV whenever you can. Read more. Voyagers – By definition, you also fit between venturers and authentics, but with a leaning towards the venturer side.