DEFINE YOUR TRAVEL TYPE
Personalized Surveys to Discover your Inner Traveler
Russ’ Favorite Online Travel Type Surveys
Where should you spend your next vacation?
What’s your dream vacation spot?
What camp would you go to?
Which holiday character are you?
proprofs.com: Pretend it is carefully pondering your travel type as it slowly tallies your travel profile
triptuner.com: Use the dials to select your travel preferences and see which destinations are best for you
inwardtraveler.com: A simple survey that how it calculates your travel type
About.com: Try this survey to narrow down your ideal Honeymoon destination
What City Best Matches your Travel Type?
Playbuzz.com: This fun survey is as visual as Pinterest and is one of our favorites
For a comprehensive assessment of your travel type
For a comprehensive travel type survey, in the right hand margin you can sign up for updates of our upcoming book 'Stop Dreaming...Start Traveling: The Ultimate Guide to Traveling More and Spending Less'
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budgettravel.com: Practical and timely budget travel advice for lesser known destinations
moneysavingexpert.com: Click ‘Travel Motoring’ for budget travel tips
sightseefree.com: Shows you places you can visit for free in the U.S. and Australia
lonelyplanet.com: The mere mention of a place by Lonely Planet can result in floods of visitors flocking to previously unknown locales
frommers.com: Since Arthur Frommer's 1957 book ‘How to travel Europe on $5 a day,’ Frommer's now offers hundreds of guidebooks. Their website has a wealth of trip ideas, tips, tools and chat forums. If you read Arthur's original book, make sure you factor in inflation
First Class Traveler
travelandleisure.com: Find hotel deals for as much as 40% off published rates. Just know that deals posted next to ads from Dom Perignon and Waldorf Astoria may still cost $200-$300 a night
globaltravelerusa.com: Devoted to corporate and luxury business travelers so you can finally get that plane for the price of a mortgage
afar.com: This magazine inspires and helps travel bugs tap into local culture, connect with people and grow from those experiences
wanderlust.com: Get a $50 pound travel voucher when you subscribe which covers the cost of the subscription. The website offers a 10% discount on travel products or services you buy through affiliated providers
campinglife.com: Learn about destinations, camping recipes, the best vehicles, equipment and gear to consider
cruisetravelmag.com: Get updates about new ships, the best carriers, marvelous routes and great deals trailerlife.com: For RV travelers and those considering an RV trip
Find Yourself - Explore your Travel Options
shermanstravel.com: Loaded with information. Its like getting lost in as a bookstore
tripntale.com: Where travelers post profiles on where they have been and recommend where to go and what to do
viator.com: Select a city and Viator will show you the best things to do there
wikitravel.com: This website is a free guidebook to the world