Incentive travel.
It’s personal.


How do you make your trip exciting enough to motivate someone
looking to step outside their comfort zone, while still appealing to 
the classic swim-up bar crowd? Think “selective” excursions.

If you’re planning an incentive trip, it’s good to know who you’re planning for. 30-somethings? Gen-Xers? Baby Boomers? All of the above? Matching program rewards to your participant profiles can mean all the difference between an incentive program that works and one that falls flat. By categorizing participants into sub-groups, they can be matched with a unique excursion that appeals just to them.

The Culture Creature

With a thirst for the new, the Culture Creature seeks to soak up everything about their destination.

This person loves experiencing the local culture through its history, art, food, and community. They’re always looking to expand their cultural horizons, and whenever they visit a place they pride themselves on being more than just a tourist.

The Nature Enthusiast

In the jungle or the woods, near the ocean or the mountains, this person’s “happy place” is the great outdoors.

They’re sure to enjoy anything involving wildlife, such as swimming with dolphins or witnessing the hatching of sea turtles, and are equally comfortable zip lining through the rainforest and taking a relaxing walk through the local botanical gardens.

The Thrill-Seeker

If it gets the adrenaline pumping, count the
Thrill-Seeker in.

This person lives for excitement and is not afraid to try something outside of their comfort zone, whether it’s high-stakes gambling, swimming with sharks, driving an ATV, or learning to kite surf. “You only live once” might be this person’s motto, and it’s the reason they’re always on the lookout for the next great adventure.

The Leisure Lover

You can find them out by the pool, soaking up the endless sunshine.

The Leisure Lover is someone who wants nothing more than to shed the stress of the daily grind and simply unwind. This person may book a massage or two during their stay, and could just as easily find themselves enjoying an afternoon out on a rented sailboat or catamaran. Room service? For the Leisure Lover, the answer is usually “Yes please.”

Let us help you get started
on your adventure.

Contact us to learn more about how we can help you motivate sales, increase productivity, grow your customer base — whatever your goal might be with a once-in-a-lifetime group travel experience. We’re standing by, ready to show you the world.