Thursday, June 27, 2019

6 Vacation Ideas For Introverts

Vacationing is a luxury that most love to take advantage of, but for introverts, it can be a daunting situation that requires additional mental preparation. Luckily, traveling as evolved to include options for introverts to enjoy these experiences in their own unique way. For example, while you’re being transported to your destination, it’s socially acceptable to have your earbuds in to avoid talking with individuals, so no more forced, awkward conversations. Here are 6 vacation ideas for introverts who love to travel. 

Cruise Around Southeast Asia
Southeast Asia offers an incredibly rich culture that has recently been featured in movies like Crazy Rich Asians. You’ll enjoy some of the world’s best street food and ride the Singapore Flyer to get an incredible view of the city. In Bali, you can see wild monkeys that are sacred to the natives and relax on its famous beaches.

A cruise may seem terrifying for an introvert, but it might be one of the most perfect types of vacations for one. If you’re traveling in a group, traditional dining can mean you’re always and only eating with your friends. You can tailor your shoreside experience by choosing excursions that are private or are offered to a smaller group.

Relax in the Caribbean
If you’ve ever imagined of staying at a resort away from home, there are few places better than booking a room at on in the Caribbean. With options for families, couples, and singles, you can treat yourself to the vacation of your dreams without stressing about being forced into social situations you aren’t prepared for. Also, choosing a resort for your Caribbean stay typically includes some beach front property and crystal-clear waters.

The perks of resort stays are amazing for introverted travelers. If you feel like dining in your room, you will undoubtedly have an option for room service. Otherwise, you have a variety of restaurants on the property to choose from for each meal. Also, most water sports are very individualistic, so you can enjoy the beautiful underwater landscape when scuba diving or let the sound of the air entrance you while parasailing.

Italian Coasts by Train
Italy has something to offer for everyone who steps foot within its borders. Italy’s coasts are also some of the most gorgeous in the entire world, and the country’s train system makes them all incredibly accessible. Trains are able to take to all the hot spots along the water and give you the autonomy to travel at your own pace.

You’ll easily be able to see Cinque Terre, Venice, the Amalfi Coast, and Sicily along with some other enticing coastal cities. The Amalfi Coast offers boat rides to the nearby island of Capri, and you can take a ferry or bus between each of the popular cities. Cinque Terre offers a train that runs between each of the five lands to make it easy to hop between cities during your stay. Consider a night’s stay in Bari on the eastern coast.

Hike Yellowstone National Park
Becoming the nation’s first national park in 1872, Yellowstone National Park is a destination that attracts all ages. The sapphire blue hot pools and Old Faithful will not disappoint any visitor who visits the park. There’s wildlife throughout the park to catch your eye and make you feel closer to nature.

With over 900 miles of hiking trails within its borders, you can take a stroll to experience the plains, waterfalls, and valleys that fill the park. If you’re a fisherman, you can hike to one of Yellowstone’s lakes for a peaceful day of fishing. The variety of hiking trails offer several levels of difficulty to cater to your fitness level.
Fill Your Senses in Brussels
Introverted foodies will find a haven for their eyes and stomachs in Brussels, Belgium. Numerous food tours will take you to some of the best chocolate shops and breweries in the city until your belly is fully satisfied. The public transportation system is superb and will get you anywhere via metro or bus. Day trips to Brugge and Ghent are also popular options for tourists who want to experience the quaint towns.

For museum lovers, Brussels has plenty. You can start at the world-famous Atomium, built for the World Fair in 1958, and check out one of many exhibitions that find a home inside the iconic structure. Brussels is also home to Autoworld, Museum of Natural Sciences, Musical Instrument Museum, and many that are dedicated to the allure of Brussels itself.
Ski the Alps
Winter sports lovers will find peace within the Alps regardless of which region you choose. Whether you’re into skiing, snowboarding, or any other sport that involves snow, there are nearly endless options for you available in this mountain range that expands over 7 countries.

Once you exit the lift, you’ll be able to enjoy some personal time as your head back to the base of the mountain, and there will be a view to put you in awe as you maneuver through the ski runs. If you’re solo, you may strike up a conversation with someone else riding up the lift with you, or find yourself in a situation where you both are recovering mentally and physically from the last run in silence.
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