The typical escapist is a relaxation seeker. Slow Trips means slowing down, mindfulness and deceleration.
“Travel is about leaving behind daily routines and unwinding with my loved ones.”
“On my vacation, I would like to relax and be pampered.”
Relaxation seekers want to replenish their energy reserves during their holidays, relax and reduce everything to the essential. At their destinations, to which they often return in the future, they value family offers, friendly contact with the locals and good, regional food, preferably slow food.
They are happy to take longer trips, e.g. in the mountains, and bring the whole family. Short break options are fasting weeks, creative classes, yoga retreats, cooking classes (slow food, local cuisine). The language spoken at a destination plays a subordinate role.