As a tried-and-tested adventurist, a good dose of the great outdoors is your number one travel priority. For you, it’s a way to decompress while regaining a sense a balance to everyday life. Your inclination is to steer clear of organized activities and detailed plans. After all, nature is calling and it keeps its own schedule.
You’re well past death-defying tests of survival but you’re not afraid to put in a good sweat either. Heading out on a new trail, paddling a quiet stretch of river or making camp in a sea of wildflowers are what vacations are made of. And so much better if it can be shared with a friend…furry or otherwise.
For you, travel is all about pampering yourself to the fullest. After all, it's a vacation, so "do it yourself" has no part in this playbook. Certainly a spa-time indulgence or dinner at the trending, local bistro are well within your consideration. Maybe it’s around of golf or a tasting tour of local craft spirits that peaks your curiosity. You’re open to exploration and authentic but tend to seek out the finest a destination has to offer.
When traveling, you appreciate insightful information, especially when it includes personal reviews. Your time is important, and mystery meals are not on the menu…unless delightfully surprised, of course.
Guidebook? You don't need no stinking guidebook! Digging in to see what makes a place tick, that's what you do. Otherwise known as a free-spirit, strangers soon become friends. You’re all about striking up a conversation to get the inside scoop and learn the local’s way of doing things.
The spontaneity of travel is what invigorates you. Possessing a heightened sense of recognizing opportunity, you're ready to broaden your horizons at a moment's notice. That’s right, no sideline viewing for you. You fit right in at the local brew pub or Saturday afternoon festivities. You’re ready to lead the pack to a “secret” swimming hole or gather them up for a night on the town.
For you, a getaway is just that. You want to get away from the hustle-bustle of daily commitment...which may or may not include friends and family. Your ideal travel destination includes plenty of time to hangout and relax while seeing where each day takes you.
It’s called a vacation for a reason and packing in as much as possible is not your style. Although not averse to referencing insightful travel material, you lean toward your own exploration. Maybe it’s a tasting tour of the area’s fine spirits industry or poking through quaint downtown shops. An alfresco lunch at the local market and a one-on-one account of the area’s more provocative history are just the discoveries you love.