If you are an introverted person, it might seem that travel is beyond your reach. Doesn’t travel involve being around a lot of people? Not necessarily. If you pick the right destination and the right activities, traveling can be just as relaxing for introverts as it is for people that love constantly being busy and being around people. Here are for reasons planning a Belize vacation is perfect for introverts:
- Short flight from mainland U.S.A – Belize is one of the easiest countries to get to from the United States. If you want to visit a foreign country but aren’t thrilled at the prospect of having to sit in a plane with a lot of strangers for an entire day, Belize is the ultimate choice. After a short flight, you’ll be in Belize and ready to start your adventure!
- Wide variety of travel accommodations – Though Belize is not nearly as popular as other countries in the tropics, it still has a wide variety of hotels, beachfront villas, and hostels to choose from. This makes it easy for you to pick the type of accommodation that is best for you, especially if you do not want to squeezed in like sardine with thousands of other travelers. Choose a beachfront villa, and you’ll have not just plenty of space, but your only little patch of beach to yourself.
- Lots of fun solo activities – Some countries will try to shuttle all of their tourists around together. While tours can be a great way to meet people and get to know the country you are visiting, it can be draining for someone who is tired out by interactions with other people. One of the biggest benefits of Belize being a hidden gem, is that the beaches are never crowded and neither are the tours, and if you want to do something by yourself, you have plenty of great options.
- Low pressure and low anxiety – Some places that you visit will make you feel like you constantly have to be exploring and doing something. In Belize, it’s easy just to claim your portion of the beach and enjoy a day in the sun, doing what you want to do. Plus, most Belizeans are fluent in English, so there’s no need to be anxious about not being able to communicate.