What type of traveler are you?
Take our quiz to find out.
Section One: Questions and Answers
When researching a potential trip, what's the first thing you Google?
How many Michelin star restaurants are in the area.
Undiscovered diamonds-in the-rough overseas.
A beach get-away with cocktails served by an incredible waitstaff.
The #1 spot to paraglide/skydive/bungee-jump.
The Hill Country’s best spots for bed & breakfast.
How big is your potential party?
Just me - I want to explore the native culture without an entourage.
My 3 besties - girls' spa trip.
Party of two - It’s our anniversary and we want to celebrate with a cooking class and romantic wine tasting.
As many daredevils who can hang with my shenanigans.
My family of 4 (plus a dog) for a weekend getaway from the city.
What kind of planner are you?
Plan? What plans? I’m playing this all by ear!
I have a few things planned out, but I’m leaving some room for that unexpected detour.
Absolutely. Meticulous. I know everything from the duration of my drive to how many calories are in the beignets I’m going to stuff in my mouth.
Already have my spa and dinner reservations set, each day.
I’ve got the itinerary and a map, but like to leave most to chance and follow the local vibe.
How are you going to get to your destination?
Flying the high life on a plane, maybe first class.
We’ve booked a driver who has the inside scoop on all the best restaurants in town.
By car! It’s only an hour or so away.
Planes, Trains, Automobiles - wherever my compass points.
Helicopter, kayak or zip-line.
How do you prefer to be greeted once you land?
By the wide open wilderness, welcoming me to explore it.
By a smiling concierge with champagne in hand, ready to help me into my room.
With a warm ocean breeze! Beaches for days are all I need to be happy.
The smell of amazing food. Yum!
You’re finally here! How do your lodgings look?
500-thread Egyptian cotton, impeccable interior design, and an amazing view.
A charming and quaint room in a town inn full of warmth, decked out with the trappings of the local culture.
A lot of land, primed to pitch my tent on.
A hostel never scared anyone away.
Napa’s finest inn, with vineyard views.
It’s dinner time and you’re STARVING. What do you immediately want to chow down on?
I want to find the coolest mom & pop cafe off the beaten path.
I have researched the restaurants in town & plan to go to the one with most fan fare/stars.
I’ll be building a fire and grilling my own meat & veggies.
Street food from the guy who speaks a language I don't know.
I have reservations at my city’s newest hotspot that requires getting on the guest list.
Which of these activities sounds the most appealing?
Putting on walking shoes and exploring the culture of the city: map & translation guide in hand.
Taking a wine tasting class.
Based on the billboard across the street, how about the local putt-putt?
Strapping on my hiking boots and hitting the trail.
A spontaneous adventure suddenly appears! You:
Jump right in! I may bring my family for this next weekend!
The line starts with me!
I’ll make my own adventures in a land far, far away.
As long as it involves a sugar scrub and hot stones, I’m good to go!
Stay on course, following my nose and taste buds.
Time to say goodbye, unfortunately. At least you have your memories. A bag full of:
A few scratches, scrapes and slight sunburn.
Souvenirs made by locals!
Cookbooks so that I can recreate all the tasty recipes I tried.
A single postcard to add to my Texas getaway collage.
Body oils, tiny chocolates, and a luxurious robe.
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