Junior high school youth constitutes an atypical consumer segment of tourist services. Such consumers are willing to take risks, search new interpersonal contacts, discover new cultures, want to expand their knowledge using typical tourist products at the same time. Parents and guardians have a significant impact on their behaviours. In 2013 research into tourist activity among 1067 junior high school pupils from 5 Polish voivodships (Mazovian, Lodz, Greater Poland, Kuyavian-Pomeranian and Warmian-Masurian) was conducted. The youth was asked questions about their tourist destinations: domestic and international trips (European and outside Europe). As a result of own research, the spatial range of holiday destinations was determined on the basis of descriptive analyses.