Order will play a role in the type of traveling you focus on, your invitation to certain Journeys, and help to increase your future Degrees. The different types of Journeys you take will become part of you as a person and increase your understanding of the world and become part of the One World. While Journeys include many types of travel the preferences you drift towards makes up your Order(s), it is also to determine the description for each Journey. As a new member, with the help of your sponsor the council will nominate each member to one or more Orders. As you step outside your comfort zone you change and evolve and if you explore adventures of other Orders and Classifications you may advance in Member Degree and also may be nominated to additional Orders.
Sojourners - Enjoy seeking out and become part of a society by traveling to become one with the different cultures they meet. They try different foods, speak different languages, and know cultural differences to blend in and become one with the society. They usually found eating local street food, wearing the traditional clothing of the locals, and staying in local tribal villages speaking with indigenous people about their culture.
Seafarers - Enjoy and love everything that has to do with the seas and islands. They can usually be found relaxing on a beach, on a boat sailing the Mediterranean, swimming with sharks in Bora Bora, or diving off of a tiny island in Borneo.
Trekkers- Enjoy Hiking and/or mountain climbing, they enjoy animals and nature, and would rather spend their time hiking for kilometers each day than relaxing in a large city. They usual can be found climbing Kilamanjaro, hiking the Andes, trekking the Cotswolds trails, or on a safari in Africa.
Expeditionists - Love ancient history, they spend their time hiking through jungles to get to an ancient ruins, studying the ancient cultures of the past, and are fascinated by pre-human history. As they may love archaeology, anthropology, and
paleontology they can be found at dinosaur dig sites, jungle treks to Mayan ruins, crawling through the Egyptian Pyramids, or in many natural history museums all over the world.
Mythologists - Seek out adventure to find the truth behind legends and myths. They will travel to places where the legends began. They usually can be found trekking the Himalayas for a Yeti, on the trail of Dracula in Romania, or looking for Atlantis in the seas.
Samaritans - Spend time volunteering to help others all over the world. They find helping others to be more fulfilling than anything else. They can be found teaching English in Peru, Building wells in Nepal, or laying concrete floors in the Dominican Republic.
Bohemians - Love the grand tour, trains are their preferred choice of travel, they enjoy all sorts of foods, museums, and cultural experiences. They usually can be found wandering castles, museums and churches of Europe, drinking coffee at a Paris cafe, or renting a Chateau in Switzerland.
Pilgrims - Spend most of the lives focused on spiritual and religious trips, Journeys to centers of their souls, and seeking and religious sites and pilgrimages. Examples are travelers that study Buddhism in the mountains of India, Hinduism in Nepal, or Taoism in China, they can also be found praying at the Wailing Wall, or bathing in the Euphrates river.
Legacy Explorers - They have indulged in all forms of travel and embrace all the wonders that life has to offer, their preference changes depending on the upcoming Journey. They may be found learning Tai Chi at a remote Shaolin monastery, snorkeling off a tiny island in the south seas, at a small tea house high in the Himalayas, dancing with a tribe in the Amazonian rainforest, diving in Loch Ness looking for signs of Nessie, digging a well in some remote village in Tanzania, hiking through the jungle to find a lost Mayan temple, or sleeping at a castle they rented in in Ireland. Each day is a new adventure with a new outlook.