If you’re an introvert, the ideal vacation for you would probably look something like laying in a big cozy bed with a good book, and a good cup of tea. Yes?
Well friends, just because you don’t prefer the loud life, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t go out into the world and explore what it has to offer.
Which is why we urge you to visit one (or all) of the best vacation spots for introverts in Pakistan:
1. Avenue of the Baobabs, Madagascar
Walk through the trees, anyone?
Why it’s introvert friendly?
Lining the dirt road between Morondova and Belon’i Tsiribihina in the Menabe region in western Madagascar. This strip of trees is one of the most widely visited spots in Africa. People from all around the world come to visit and ya know what, you can be one of them ~
2. Blue Eye, Albania
Imagine being up on this ledge with a good book or an iPod full of your favorite music.
The Blue Eye is a water spring is a water spring and natural phenomena occurring near Muzine in Vlore County in Southern Albania and is super popular among tourists. The rare sight is more than fifty meters deep and is the perfect getaway.
3. Veerabhadra temple, India
Spend an afternoon wandering through the columns of this magical temple.
Built in 1530, this is an ideal spot for all of you history buffs. The Temple stands 140 kilometers away from Bangalore, making it a great getaway from big city lights and sounds. You’ll have hours of solitude and stunning visuals as Veerabhadra holds some of the most beautiful carvings and paintings.
4. Vintgar Gorge, Slovenia
Take a long walk while listening to the subtle sounds of the water beside you. Literally, nothing could be more serene.
The 1.6 km long gorge is an absolute sight to see. Full of other natural occurrences such as waterfalls, pools and rapids, the walk is absolute heaven for nature lovers and basically anyone looking for some peace and quiet.
5. Machu Picchu, Peru
Adventure-ready? Machu Picchu is the best place to bike up and relax. However it is daunting, so be prepared!
Machu Picchu is one of the most unique locations in the world. An Incan Citadel set high in the Andes mountains, the landscape is known for it’s historical and architectural significance. People bike up to the ruins to enjoy everything it has to offer. Did we mention it was built in the FIFTEENTH century? Oh yeah. An oldie, but a goodie.
6. Milford Track, New Zealand
Hiker buddies? This is for you, friends. One of the most beautiful sceneries you will ever see.
It is said that Milford Track is New Zealand’s most famous walk. It’ll lead you across suspension bridges, boardwalks and straight through a mountain pass. Clear skies, open air and the tallest waterfall in New Zealand! It’s perfect for all you who enjoy a good hike, some nature and exercise.
7. Tiger Leaping Gorge, China
We know, we don’t even have to say anything.
A scenic canyon in the region of Jinsha River, the canyon is one of the most striking landscapes in the world. Like many other canyons in the world, the Tiger Leaping Gorge is a spectacular spot for anyone looking to relax, take in nature around them and be at one with oneself.
8. The Pantanal, Brazil
Looking for a place to escape to? The Pantanal in Brazil is the ultimate place to enjoy your own company.
Allegedly one of Brazil’s best kept secrets, the Pantanal is a natural region surrounding the world’s largest wetland area. It is home to absolutely beautiful landscapes and animals. Book yourself an adventure and enjoy everything the Pantanal has to offer.
9. Lundy Island, Devon
Lundy Island is the largest island in the Bristol Channel. Oh, and it also looks INSANELY beautiful. The area is never crowded and has miles and miles of unspoiled and untouched natural habitat. Can’t get better than that.
10. Hamoa Beach, Hawaii
Secluded beach VIIIIIIIIBES.
Often listed as one of the best beaches in Maui, the Hamoa Beach in Hawaii, is one of the most beautiful stretches of sand you will ever see. Just think, long long walks with nothing but your thoughts, peaceful naps in the sand a swim in some of the clearest water in the world. Haye.
11. Point Wild, Antartica
Ice cold, but one of the most beautiful places in the world. You won’t find any place like it.
Eleven km’s away from Cape Valentine, Point Wild is not the EASIEST place to get to in the world, but it’s one of the most incredible. For all of you looking for an expidition or a way to find yourself? This is the place for you.
12. Tasiilaq, Greenland
Imagine just having your own little cottage amongst the sea with nothing but solitude around you.
The seventh largest city in Greenland, the area promises any kind of stay you want. But for all of us introverts, how nice would it be to have nothing but a large list of books, a good pot of tea annnnd nothing but a good peaceful time?
13. Anchorage Train Depot, United States
May not look like much, but the quiet sound of trains and snow crackling in the background? Absolutely peaceful.
Take a day trip to this exact spot for nothing but peace, quiet and a relaxing time. Calling all introverts, it’s the perfect travel destination for your next getaway.
Are you an introvert? Would you love to go to any of these? Any spots you’d hate? What’s on your travel wish list? Let us know in the comments below! Love you.
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