14 Ways to Spot a Frequent Traveler

The moment someone goes on their first trip and gets a taste of freedom and adventure, everything changes. They yearn for more travel, and the more they do it, the more experienced they become.

It eventually gets to a point where travel is part of their lives, and it pretty much influences every decision they make. Even though you can find many different types of travelers and styles of traveling, there are some characteristics all frequent travelers share.

Read on to discover what they are.

1. They Always Have a Trip Planned

Whether it’s next week, next month, or next year, a frequent traveler always has a trip planned and can’t wait to head out on their adventure. They’re usually the first to request time off as they know the exact dates they need to be available.

Even if it might take a couple of years before they can visit a certain country, they probably already know the route and places they’d like to explore. Sometimes they plan the next trip while they’re traveling as they realize they’ll probably need to come back and visit other nearby cities.

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2. They Have Many International Friends

If you decide to stalk their Facebook friends, you’ll see they know people from all over the world. On their birthday, they tend to receive hundreds of messages, and each one of them reminds them of a past adventure.

It’s not uncommon for frequent travelers to host international friends in their homes when they come to visit. And, likewise, for them to travel across the globe to attend a dear friend’s wedding or a group reunion.

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