Working all day and almost all year leaves us stressed out and dying to have some well-deserved time to ourselves. Whether you’re out for a luxurious pampering, or a wellness getaway, you’ll find it all right here.
Home to the world’s second largest barrier reef, Belize is blessed with rich rainforests and beautiful beaches. Explore ancient Mayan ruins and caves, or chill on the beach after an exhausting dive, whatever you decide to do, Belize will leave you feeling refreshed.
The Algarve in Portugal is an all-time favourite of beach lovers, but it’s also wonderful for singles looking to have a holistic, healthy holiday. Spots like the Vilalara Thalassa Resort are splendid if you want to spoil yourself, but if you’re more interested in shaping up, you should try programmes like Algarve Luxury Residencial Fitness BootCamp.
Away from the daily bustle of Thailand, there are various spa resorts where you can enjoy the lovely view of the seaside as you are treated to some relaxing therapy. You can appreciate marine life as you go scuba diving in the glistening turquoise waters of Krabi or take a walk on the beach as the sun sets.
Iceland is one of the safest places on Earth, making it perfect for the wary first-time solo traveller. It has lovely attractions like the Blue Lagoon, the Golden Circle, and the Ring Road. Iceland is a wonderful choice for lovers of the outdoors, with its magnificent glaciers, mountains, mud pots, volcanoes, and sea cliffs.
The UK boasts attractions like the Garden of England, the white cliffs of Dover, and the Scottish Highlands. You can treat yourself to a rejuvenating English holiday when you go hiking through the spectacular hills in Nidderdale, or pamper yourself in a luxurious spa like The Belfry Spa in the West Midlands.
Zanzibar Island in Tanzania is just the place for a tropical solo getaway. Go snorkelling on the Kiwengwa reef, diving on Mnemba Island, or swimming with dolphins. You could also see the famed red colobus monkeys when you visit the Jozani forest, or go sailing in a traditional wooden fishing boat. To mix with friendly locals and get a taste of the real local life, you should make a stop at the North Coast.
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