The winter blues are in full swing which might mean rain, snow or plain-old cold for you. During this time, many people are dreaming of their next escape. A new calendar year brings a renewed sense of wanderlust and goals, begging the question “where to vacation next?”
Find Your Perfect Type of Vacation
Our research team got together with global cruise line Royal Caribbean International to help you answer this question. Together, we created a convenient way to navigate the possibilities for your next adventure from start to finish. Visit MyAdventurePersonality.com through March to discover more about how your personality informs what kind of vacation you might enjoy most. And what places around the world would most likely energize and excite you. We know your time off is precious and want to make sure you know exactly what type of travel will give you the biggest bang for your buck.
“Royal Caribbean encourages everyone to act on their wanderlust. Now we’ve created a fun, engaging tool to help travelers do just that by digging into their adventure personality,” said Jim Berra, chief marketing officer, Royal Caribbean International.
The 13-question quiz draws on our knowledge of personality types. Additionally, it specifically assesses your underlying motivations and interpersonal needs that most affect your travel preferences. Once complete, you’ll receive a unique description of who they are as a traveler. Along with insight into destinations and activities that might best suit you.
Vacations are one of the few times in life we’re truly allowed to focus on ourselves. So the more we know about our own personality type, the more relaxing and fun we can make them. We created a way to quickly map our personality preferences to travel planning, so that people can plan trips that will leave them recharged and rejuvenated.
So – what type of traveler are you? Learn more at http://bit.ly/vacationstyle and then check back next week for a more in-depth blog about Myers-Briggs personality type and vacation tips!
Don’t know your Myers-Briggs type? Take the assessment here.