You may not think you are the “ultimate” travel type, but it doesn’t mean that you aren’t destined to see the world. For every type of person, there is every type of place on this vast planet.
Whether you are a nature-loving adventurer or a health-conscious vacationer, there is somewhere for everyone. So depending on your personality, it’s time to get lost in the world, with our guide to where to travel according to the type of person you are:
If you are a daredevil – Queenstown, New Zealand
If you are literally not afraid of anything then Queenstown in New Zealand is the place for you. It’s great for ultimate adrenaline-fuelled the fun. All year round Queenstown is full of excitement – leap off the Kawarau Bridge, try out the world’s biggest swing over the Nevis River, and go river surfing – like white water rafting, but on a boogie board!
If you are a hippy – Eugene, Oregon
One of the most hippy cities in the world, Eugene in Oregon is filled with all of the stereotypical things “hippies” love. From old VW microbuses to tie-dye clothes and the familiar waft of marijuana, hippies are involved in every part of the city. Expect relaxation, yoga, and lots of vegan food.
If you are a backpacker – Chiang Mai, Thailand
A day in Chiang Mai in Thailand will cost the budget traveler less than $20 – not bad! The city is full of cheap places to stay, inexpensive but good food and plenty of free attractions. But don’t expect to have the place to yourself, plenty of backpacking tourists have discovered this budget gem and are headed there as we speak.
If you are a street artist – Bogota, Colombia
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In Bogota, Colombia, street art is legal, and almost all of the city’s walls are a canvas for people to create their art. Today, almost every private building has been used for some of the most incredible artwork in the world. Walking the streets of Bogota is like walking through an art gallery.
If you are health conscious – Copenhagen, Denmark
Ranking highly in the United Nation’s annual World Happiness Report, Copenhagen, Denmark, is famous for giving its people a fantastic work/life balance. Many employees cycle daily to work and have plenty of parks to walk in, making the city a great place to exercise without trying to.
If you are a vegan – Tel Aviv, Israel
Did you know that Tel Aviv in Israel has 400 different restaurants that are recognized as “vegan-friendly,” this means vegans don’t have to rely solely on eating falafel every day. Even Domino’s Pizza offers vegan pizza in this city!
As you see, there is a destination for every type of person. Which one of the above-mentioned places would you like to travel to most of all?