As I traveled around the world, I realised travelers are an incredibly diverse species. After spending some time knowing and interacting with many different types of travelers, observing them in their various behaviours and personalities, I consolidated and came out with these collections of 27 types of travelers out there. There bound to be chances that we will cross path with these different types of travelers when we are out exploring the world.
Here are my spotting of 27 types of travelers I have met when I was out exploring the world, you probably would find many of these are familiar to you as well! Or you may simply be some of the types I mentioned below! haha 🙂
Disclaimer to my friends: Some of you may be featured in this article. Most importantly, this is NOT a representation of who you are as a traveler! You might be nastier than I thought! hahaha kidding. Many of these types can be interrelated or reciprocally related. For the multiple-personality type of people, you may be all 27 types as well. 🙂
The 27 types of travelers you might meet has broken down into 3 sub categories:
- 8 Types of Fun Travelers You Don’t Wanna Miss When You Travel
- 10 Types of Travelers You Appreciate To Meet When You Travel
- 8 Types of Unique and Rare Travelers You May Meet When You Travel
After meeting the above 26 types of travelers, the best bonus you will ever get is a lifetime best buddies, literally from another side of the world!
THE NUMBER ONE & THE BEST TYPE – The Best Buddies Travelers
It’s really tough to find friends with the same frequency, similar family background, and near personality as you! The best buddies type is the one you dream of meeting. You hit off very well with them and could relate most of the things easily. Usually, you do not require days to know that they could be your best buddies, it only takes you a while to figure that out! 🙂
Mostly Found In: Anywhere when both opens up their heart
The above 27 types of travelers were identified through the years of my travel experiences. I met many awesome travelers and I would like to featured everyone in this post, but it is impossible. I believe the world is filled with many nice, funny, adventurous and inspirational people!
Traveling alone is never lonely especially when you open your heart to others, it sort of makes the world smaller and brings people closer! You will realise that you are able to accommodate different people, widen your bandwidth and threshold, and ultimately build your overall confidence! I really encourage people to go out of the comfort zone and meet as many people as possible when you are out exploring the world. It will definitely change your perspective in life, or eventually you as a person! 🙂
“A journey is best measured in friends, rather than miles.” – Tim Cahill