60 Travel Conversation Questions

One of the dreams that people have is to travel around the world and know more places, meet new people and enjoy some adventures.

People love traveling and there are many reasons for doing so, such as:

#1Challenging yourself
#3Expanding your perspective
#4Getting in touch with yourself
#5Appreciating your life
#6Building and strengthening relationships
#7Having an adventure
#9Relaxing and rejuvenating

How about you? What are your reasons for traveling?

Talk about it with this list of travel conversation questions

60 Travel Conversation Questions

Instead of having a long list of travel conversation questions, it is better to have them categorized to make everything easier.

These are 60 travel conversation questions that have been divided into different categories such as:

#3Next Vacation
#4Last Vacation
#7General Questions

Let’s explore each one of these different categories

Travel Conversation Questions: Places

When we search on the internet, we can find a list of recommendations about places to visit.

These are conversation questions to discuss the best and worst places to visit:

  1. Have you ever been abroad?
  2. How many countries have you visited?
  3. Have you visited many touristic places in your country?
  4. What tourist places do you like to visit?
  5. Do you prefer visiting beaches or mountains?
  6. Have you ever visited a European country?
  7. Have you ever visited an African country?
  8. What’s your best vacation memory?
  9. What’s your worst vacation memory?
  10. What countries would you like to visit?
  11. What countries would you not like to visit?
  12. What’s the best place for a vacation in your country

Travel Conversation Questions: People

I understand that some people like traveling alone but others prefer some company and have better memories.

These questions have to do with your favorite people to go on vacation:

  1. Who do you travel with?
  2. Have you made friends while you are on vacation?
  3. Do you like to travel with children?
  4. Do you like to travel with your parents?
  5. Do you like traveling alone or in a group?
  6. What are some of the benefits of traveling alone?

Travel Conversation Questions: Your Next Vacations

Some people plan their vacation since they have to ask for permission, save money and choose the best time of the year to do it.

These questions will help you talk about plans that you have for your next vacation:

  1. What places are you planning to visit?
  2. Who are you planning to go with?
  3. When are you planning to go?
  4. Where are you planning to stay?
  5. What sights are you planning to see?
  6. When will you next go to the beach? Which beach is your favorite?

Travel Conversation Questions: Your Last Vacation

Some people love sharing information about their last vacation and some people don’t.

These are some questions to discuss your last vacation

  1. Where did you go on your last vacation?
  2. Who did you go with?
  3. Where did you stay?
  4. What did you do there?
  5. What did you see there?
  6. How much money did you spend there?
  7. Who was the most interesting person you met?
  8. How long did you stay there? Did you want to stay longer?

Travel Conversation Questions: Your Luggage

Most people don’t have a problem with their luggage when they travel, while others find issues such as:

#1Belongings were stolen from your luggage
#2Luggage lost

These are some conversation questions that have to do with preparing stuff to travel:

  1. How much luggage do you usually carry?
  2. Do you bring electronic devices when you travel?
  3. What are some things you always take with you on a trip?
  4. Do you like to pack light when you travel?
  5. Do you think that everyone overpacks?
  6. How many of the things do you pack do you actually use or need?
  7. Have you ever lost your luggage?
  8. Do you worry about your luggage when you travel?

Travel Conversation Questions: Preferences

These are some questions about what you prefer to do when you are on vacation:

  1. Do you prefer to travel by car or plane?
  2. Have you ever bought a package tour?
  3. Where do you prefer to stay when you go on a vacation?
  4. How often do you travel?
  5. How often do you go camping?
  6. How long do you like vacations to be?
  7. What means of transport do you like to use when you are on vacation?
  8. Do you like to try local food when you travel?
  9. What is the best age to travel?
  10. Where do you like to stay when you go on vacation?

Travel Conversation Questions: General Questions

These are some general questions about traveling:

  1. Are you a traveler?
  2. What do you miss the most when you are traveling?
  3. Have you ever had an accident while traveling?
  4. Have you ever been on a cruise?
  5. What do you think about hitchhiking?
  6. If money was not an issue, what type of holiday would you take?
  7. Have you ever missed a flight? What happened?

Travel Questions: Channels

Travel blogs and YouTube channels have become very popular.

Channels tend to have an edge over travel blogs since you get a better idea of the country you are planning to visit

  • Do you follow travel blogs?
  • Do you follow Travel Youtube channels?
  • Do you usually search for videos or posts about the countries or places you are trying to visit?
  • Have Travel blogs or channels make you want to travel more

Travel Questions: Safe Places

If you are a traveler, you don’t want anything to happen to you, your friends, and your family.

These are some questions about safe countries and places to travel to:

  • What are some of the safest places to travel to?
  • Have you ever been robbed when traveling?
  • Do you only travel to the safest countries?
  • Do you share your travel information with someone you trust?
  • Do you worry about how much you drink when traveling?
  • Do you try not to draw attention when traveling?
  • Do you wear jewelry when you travel?
  • Are you aware of scams when you travel?
  • Do you Keep digital copies of important documents?

Manuel Campos, English Professor

Manuel Campos

I am Jose Manuel, English professor and creator of EnglishPost.org, a blog whose mission is to share lessons for those who want to learn and improve their English