What Type of Traveler Are You?

Learn what type of traveler you are, whether excited, lazy, or slightly odd. Are you the “make the best of it!” type or the “screw it, I’m done!” type? Find out when you take this quiz!

Ariele
Created by Ariele
On Aug 21, 2014

When packing for a trip, you take:

When you arrive at your destination, your first stop is:

When the flight attendant asks you if you would like drink, you say:

Your favorite place to travel to is:

Your preferred method of transportation is:

The first thing you eat when you arrive somewhere new is:

Your favorite animal to see when visiting the zoo is:

The thought of a Disney Vacation sounds:

You have always wanted to travel to:

The first thing you do when you go into an airport is:

Happy Traveler!

Happy Traveler!

Always cheerful and looking for the next adventure, you smile at the other travelers surrounding you, look for opportunities to be helpful, and give generous tips.

Grumpy Traveler

Grumpy Traveler

Traveling is not your favorite thing, EVER. You speak when forced to, and do your best to ignore those traveling around or with you. Typically, you will be found with headphones on, a sleeping mask, and a sign which says, “Do Not Disturb.”

Type A Traveler

Type A Traveler

Every step of the way is planned out perfectly. You keep your clothes in zip-lock plastic bags, you know exactly where you will eat at each airport, and you know which bathroom is on the way between terminals. You have left nothing to chance… except the weather and that frustrates you more than you can describe.

Sleepy Traveler

Sleepy Traveler

Flying makes you tired. Walking makes you tired. Riding in a car makes you tired. Riding on a bus makes you tired. Wherever you are, you are probably sleeping, and as a result, have missed a good many bus stops in your day. It’s fine though – you’re pretty sure you don’t snore.

Caveman Traveler

Caveman Traveler

Basically, you have no idea what is going on. You have your suitcase and a ticket, but there are too many signs, too many TV screens, and too many modern-fangled do-hickeys. Do they expect you to walk through a giant x-ray too? That seems unsafe, and unsanitary. You probably do not like the flat escalators, either. Your feet have worked just fine for 60 years, and they work just fine now!