Where to Travel According to Your Myers-Briggs Type

Monday November 18, 2019

Kalon Surf just released a personality-based travel guide. Wondering where to go if you're an "IFNJ"? How about volunteering in a relaxation location. Or if you're an "INTP," consider a secluded retreat.

But don't let psychological analysis completely sway you.

"Travel experiences are influenced by a myriad of factors relating to the person traveling, the people in one's travel party, other tourists and locals on the way and at the destination, the services/experiences offered on the way and at the destination and tons of external factors at home, at the destination and in the virtual sphere, from things such as weather to people reacting to one's vacation posts on social media," says Dr. Ulrike Gretzel, Director of Research at Netnografica. "The important thing is that some people will have more positive travel experiences no matter what happens because of their personality, their perceptions of travel and their commitment to having a good vacation."

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