4 Differences Between Backpacker & Suitcase Traveler. Which One Are You?

DONI LAKSONO

As a traveler, I am often asked “what type of traveler are you, Doni? A suitcase one or a backpacker?”, and I always answer “It depends”. Of course, it all depends on where we are going, how much the budget will be, and whom we will go with. That’s my opinion anyway..

Every person, I guess, has their own preference whether using the backpack or suitcase and we cannot argue or insist them to be what we want. So, what are the differences between backpacker and suitcase traveler? Which one is your type? Here we go:

1. DESTINATION

  • Backpacker

Backpackers usually go to adventurous and challenging places. They are ready to climb or to hike for hours only to get beautiful scenery even there’s no one else at that spot. It feels so satisfying for backpackers if they get calm in an untouched spot.

Example destinations: Mountain, forests, caves, lakes…

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