Slow Travel Destinations To Explore

Here's where you can enjoy the slow pace of travel.

Enjoy the slow pace of life? It can be a great way to enjoy moments that otherwise go on unnoticed. That is why slow travel can be so fulfilling. It is both a relaxing and enriching experience. Instead of checking out a place in a fast-paced manner to check it off your bucket list, slow it down. The best part is that you don't have to travel to an exotic location to enjoy the experience of slow travel. You can go on a road trip or travel by train and enjoy the scenic route. However, if you are looking to explore a whole new world that is different from yours, here are some slow travel destinations you just might enjoy.

  1. California, United States
There are many reasons California is on most people's travel bucket list. While the glamour of Hollywood in Los Angeles is a big draw, there is so much more to California. Take in the beauty of the vast state on the west coast of America with a road trip. One the way, you will land up in cool places like San Diego and San Francisco. Plan your route ahead of time, so you have time to explore all you can, but on your own time.
  1. Isle of Skye, Scotland
The Isle of Skye in Scotland is a popular destination many people enjoy. The views from here almost seem unreal. Don't forget to pack your camera to capture the gorgeous mountainous landscape.
  1. Sri Lanka
The ancient Anuradhapura region in Sri Lanka is filled with temples and ruins that history buffs will enjoy exploring. There is much to see and experience in Sri Lanka and that is why train travel is a great way to take in the sights. This way you can take in the scenery and enjoy the journey in comfort.
  1. Tulum, Mexico
Tulum is a beach town in Mexico that is gorgeous. You can enjoy the sandy beaches and learn about the local culture. While you are there, hire a bike to enjoy what's around you slowly and without the rush. Leave the schedules and lists at home. Let time pass you by soaking up the sun or enjoying new kinds of food you have never even heard of. More importantly, take it slow. You never know what you might overlook if you rush your holiday.