What's Your Travel Personality?

Do you love to relax? Explore? Are you a homebody? Before you plan your next family vacation, take this quiz to find out your travel personality.

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Do you love to relax? Explore? Are you a homebody? Before you plan your next family vacation, take this quiz to find out your travel personality.

1. Where is your favorite place to sleep?

  • In a luxurious hotel, surrounded by soft pillows and fluffy blankets.
  • In my own bed.
  • In a sleeping bag under the stars.
  • Who has time to sleep?

2. If money were no object, how often would you and your family travel?

  • Hardly ever.
  • Once a year or so.
  • A few times a year.
  • We'd never come home.

3. Your family wins a trip to a tropical island resort. How will you spend your time?

  • Rather than take the trip, we'll ask for the cash equivalent.
  • Venturing into town for local culture and cuisine.
  • Lazing on the beach.
  • Windsurfing, parasailing, snorkeling - whatever we can do!

4. What best describes your attitude toward traveling abroad?

  • It's a great chance to see historical sites and places.
  • It's a great chance to learn a new language and discover new ways of living.
  • It's a great chance to get away from the pressures of workaday life.
  • It's a great chance to spend too much money and probably lose your passport.

5. What do you think about flying?

  • It's not fun, but I don't mind it.
  • It's a blast!
  • I'd rather be the one at the wheel.
  • It's more painful than the dentist

6. It's wintertime and the mountains are offering lodging and lift ticket deals. How does your family take advantage of the bargains?

  • We enjoy the snow in our backyard, thank you very much.
  • We hit the slopes!
  • We drink hot cocoa by the fire at the lodge.
  • We steer clear of crowded tourist towns and go somewhere off the beaten path.

7. How has having kids changed your travel habits?

  • We still travel, but we go to safer and more popular destinations.
  • We take our kids with us off the beaten track.
  • We prefer to keep our kids in familiar surroundings
  • We'd like to travel more, but we can't afford it anymore.

8. What do you think is the most important reason for kids to travel?

  • To have fun.
  • To learn about the world around them.
  • To practice stepping outside their comfort zones.
  • To appreciate how nice it is to be back at home.

1. Where is your favorite place to sleep?
Who has time to sleep?

2. If money were no object, how often would you and your family travel?
We'd never come home.

3. Your family wins a trip to a tropical island resort. How will you spend your time?
Windsurfing, parasailing, snorkeling - whatever we can do!

4. What best describes your attitude toward traveling abroad?
It's a great chance to spend too much money and probably lose your passport.

5. What do you think about flying?
It's more painful than the dentist

6. It's wintertime and the mountains are offering lodging and lift ticket deals. How does your family take advantage of the bargains?
We steer clear of crowded tourist towns and go somewhere off the beaten path.

7. How has having kids changed your travel habits?
We'd like to travel more, but we can't afford it anymore.

8. What do you think is the most important reason for kids to travel?
To appreciate how nice it is to be back at home.

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