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How to Write a Travel Dating Profile
  • Posted Sep 4, 2013
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Filling in the details of an online dating profile is pretty self explanatory you would think. But your approach to filling out a travel dating profile should be much different than a typical dating profile. Sure, they have similar objectives, but attracting someone who wants to take you on a trip is a more difficult feat than attracting someone to take you out to dinner.

PHOTOS

Your profile picture on a travel dating website should show any potential suitors how passionate you are about travel or adventure. Throw in a photo of you in front of the Eiffel Tower, or on a sail boat. Setting is everything when it comes to travel, and the same rule should apply in your profile.

NAME-DROP SPECIFICS

Every body is passionate about traveling. But what does that mean exactly? One person can be passionate about taking an annual trip to Disneyland or Vegas, while another person may like exploring the ancient Mayan ruins or trekking through the Outback. Be specific in what you are interested in seeing and where you want to go, so like-minded travelers can find you.

BE CASUAL

Even if you are ready to find THE ONE, you might have to go on a few trips before you find the right person. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t go on a trip, or be discouraged after a platonic trip. You just have to keep an open mind, and keep your profile language non-committal. Trust me, you will be spending a lot of time together on a travel date. Let the serious talks unravel then. Keep your profile casual, specific and travel oriented.

Gentlemen: what are you looking for in a travel dating profile?

Women: any other advice you would give in regards to writing a good travel dating profile?

One Response to “How to Write a Travel Dating Profile”

  1. JennMT says:

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