Traveler dating match
or prostitution" is what pretty much everyone told me when I first decided to give travel dating a go. But I’d made it a personal goal to be more adventurous in my dating life this year…
But if you’re a more structured traveler, definitely chat through the details with your date to make sure they’re on the same page.
A lot of travel dating sites were initially created for sugar daddy types to find young, hot business trip companions, which has given the whole concept a bit of a bad rap.
But fret not — more and more millennials are joining these sites and apps; according to Miss Travel, more than 400,000 18- to 35-year-olds have joined its site in the last two years alone.
Which is how I ended up embarking on not one, but two destination dates last month: the first with a complete stranger named Josh* (who — spoiler alert!
— did not murder me), and the second with a guy named Peter*, whom I’d met in Paris and serendipitously found on travel dating site Miss Travel a few weeks later (he didn’t murder me, either! For those who may not know, travel dating is kind of like Tinder, but instead of swiping right and left, you scroll through profiles — which also include photos and quick bios — and search by trip.
That said, Josh and Peter might tell you a different story here.