Most of the time all you travelers out there like to travel alone. It may be to get away from problems or discovering yourself. Or to explore a new area and add it to the bucket list. Either way, check out these three destinations that might answer your problems.
1. Guana Island in the British Virgin Islands
This private island is part of a remote volcanic archipelago in the Caribbean. The grounds feel like spiritual air, making it easy for travelers that love to relax. You can get a nice beachside massage or private yoga at the “Garden of Eden” to end the week on a high note.
2. Champions Retreat in Evans, Georgia
This retreat has an exclusive club that isn’t easy to get in. They have a golf resort open for Masters week, which is only accessible for members only. But going around the area and looking at nature definitely makes it the perfect place for you to clear your head.
3. Tu Tu’ Tun Lodge in Gold Beach, Oregon
You should spent a few days at the riverside spa doing solitary hiking or fly-fishing on the Rogue River. Try to also taste edible herbs and looking at the flowers while wandering around the properly. Doing this could be exhausting for you, so end the day having a healthful cuisine inside the spa before leaving to your next destination.