The more I ruminate this traveling”issue”, the more geared I’m getting towards it. Especially traveling alone. It enables you to study yourself better.
Traveling solo lets you see the world from a different angle. With the social media today showing all kinds of life adventures, it’s still essential for one to experience the outdoors personally.
For those doing it the first time, it can be a little awkward, yet getting used to this self-development activity fills them with moments to cherish for a lifetime. It’s true that travelling with company can be enjoyable, but if you’re trying to achieve true serenity and relaxation with from environment, there are lots of reason why travelling alone would serve best:
Doing things yourself gives you more freedom
Forget about the hassle of arguments and strict itineraries forcing you to wake up early or bounce off from place to place without enjoying the place. Travelling solo lets you do whatever you want to do without letting anyone hinder you in terms of what to do, where to go or when to get off.
You make all the decisions, taking all the time you want to enjoy and find whatever you are looking for.
You will be forced out of your comfort zone
It doesn’t matter whether you’re getting lost or missing any activity, you will not be blamed for going into chill mode, yet it will push you to work things out on your own.
This helps you discover how you react when mishaps happen, and who you become in the worst cases. Getting out of your shell is frightening, but this will teach you all the survival skills in life.
It’s wayy easier to take a break
Going in groups, even with friends is too much of a hassle with setting up itineraries all the way. This spoils the idea of what a vacation should feel like.
Travelling solo gives you the opportunity to seize moments and enjoy the adventure even if it takes all day, without being pushed or hurried by anyone, even if it is only a staycation.
Gives you the chance to discover who you are
It is the perfect way to soul search. Be it going to museums, dining in different restaurants, or other local attractions, going solo helps you have the experience of a lifetime from your own point of view.
Many may initially not experience the fulfilment of travelling solo, but once one gets the hang of it, it could be the best way to unwind and reconnect with yourself.