Miss Travel’s tagline is “Never Travel Alone” and there you can find someone who loves to travel as much as you do.You can send members trip proposals, indicating the location (your city, theirs, or a new place), dates, and what kind of trip you’d like: Luxury, Adventure, Romance, Foodie, Local.
And with traveling comes meeting-someone-while-traveling. Yes, you can use Tinder, Ok Cupid, or other apps when you travel, but they’re not travel-specific, per se.
And, sure, you can use the Around Me app for date ideas no matter where you are, but to find like-minded daters, check out the travel-and-adventure-minded dating apps below—because there’s no shortage of outlets to meet someone like you, who wants to go explore a new city or activity.
Do you travel a lot for work — or fun — and don’t want to spend your downtime alone? Skout is all about connecting you to someone with common interests, and it doesn’t have to be for a romantic outcome.
You can use it both near and far, in your city or while traveling.
Combine two of your favorite passions — dating and traveling — and you have a winning combo.
You may hear of people traveling far for love, but what about joining a dating app that specializes in travel and activities?
Plus, the app is the first social activity app that has a points system that rewards users for enjoying activities with others.
Currently, the app is available in New York and Washington, DC, then expanding to other cities.
You can also choose who pays, you, the other person, or split it 50/50 — no awkward bill-sitting-on-the-table-forever moments.
Recently, Bustle’s Sex and Relationships Editor, Michelle Toglia, tried out this app and flew to Portland to meet Ray, a guy Miss Travel paired her with after she chose from five potential matches. This fairly new app does exactly what it advertises — it wants you and your date to meet outside.
Topdeck’s study, by the research firm You Gov, showed that 1 in 11 postgraduate Millennials did meet an significant other while traveling abroad.