You’re on the beach, enjoying the sun and reading a juicy novel, and then a baby starts wailing nearby. You decide to go for a swim, and when you return, you notice how many families are surrounding you — and you went on vacation hoping to find a hot date and some friends to party with!
Even if you’re not looking for love or friendship, it’s always a bummer to go on vacation and not get what you expect. You wouldn’t pick a camping trip to Yellowstone if your goal was wining and dining, and you wouldn’t travel to Iceland during winter if you wanted to soak up the sun.
If you want to find like-minded travelers, you better start researching your destination before you book! If you’re like me and are too lazy to do your own research, the team at Travel Supermarket has put together a handy chart that shows where all sorts of people like to go for vacation.
Who knew Reykjavik, Iceland was such a hot-spot for millennial beauty lovers? Or that Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands is the place-to-be if you’re a 50-year-old comic fanatic? Look for your age and your interests, and you’re all set! I’m already planning my trip to Cancun, where Instagrammers apparently congregate.