We’re all so different, and so when it comes to going on holiday there’s no ‘one size fits all’. How do you like to unwind when you’re off on your jollies? Here are some different kinds of holiday personality types, and some ideas for destinations that might suit you.

Sun, Sand, and Sea

Is a holiday to you all about kicking back, relaxing and soaking up as much sun as possible? Chances are a beach holiday will be right up your street. If you stay at a resort hotel, you’ll have everything you need in one place without having to mess around with buses or car hire, and as long as you’re close to the beach, you’re all set. Alternatively, you could go on a cruise, as you can enjoy all of the luxuries of the cruise ship and be dropped off at amazing destinations to enjoy the beaches. You could check out tv cruise deals and have a look online to find something that works with your budget.

The Adventurer

When you’re on holiday, do you like to get out there and do exciting things? Perhaps exploring enormous Disney theme parks would be up your street, get a white-knuckle experience on some of the world’s best roller coasters and experiences. Maybe white water rafting, bungee jumping or trekking on camels in the Australian Outback would be something you’d enjoy? Make sure you’re super fit and in tip top shape if you’re planning a trip like this, hitting the gym a few months beforehand is no bad thing. And don’t forget to pack comfortable walking shoes too

The Shopaholic

Looking to splash the cash? Perhaps a holiday to you is about true indulgence, where you go into beautiful shops and buy all of the things you love but wouldn’t usually treat yourself too. Milan, Paris, and London are obvious contenders if you need some retail therapy. Glamorous and glittering Dubai is another fantastic choice, the Mall of Dubai alone has over one thousand two hundred stores inside. Everything you could possibly want and need!

The Foodie

When some people go on holiday, they stick with what they know, looking for chain restaurants and familiar places to eat. But they’re missing out on so much! One of the great things about travelling is tasting the food, it’s another part of the culture and history of the place you’re in so perfect for learning more. If you’re a bit of a foodie, visit destinations where food is a huge part of the culture– India, China and countries in the Middle East are all examples. Perhaps you like to indulge in some fine dining and treat yourself to some of the best restaurants in the world while you’re away. Big cities and popular tourist areas are where you will find lots of places like this. Tokyo, California, Tuscany and Cape Town are all examples.

The Sight Seer/ Photographer

Travel gives you loads of opportunities to see incredible sights, but if you love snapping photos, you want somewhere especially interesting or picturesque. How about awesome views of the Grand Canyon, the New York Skyline from the top of the Statue of Liberty or fascinating Roman ruins?

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