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5 of The World’s Most Relaxing Travel Destinations For 2019

Costa Rica

With the world deteriorating every day, it gives us relief and pleasure to know that there are still some places left that are peaceful and would bring a sense of tranquillity in our mind. Following are a few of the quiet, serene, and harmonious places for you to plan a getaway from the chaotic world.

These are the top five most relaxing travel destination for 2019

  1. Costa Rica
    It one of the most peaceful countries in Central America and holds the image of the land of peace and harmony. It has a high ranking in the Happiness Index as well. Costa Rica is a popular tourist destination and has a stable government and political system. It does not have an army and the living standards of the place is really high. It is also extremely safe for residents as well as tourists. It is internationally famous for its flora and fauna, with plethora of national parks and biodiversity. The unimaginable beauty along with environment-friendly accommodations really add to the exquisiteness of the place. Costa Rica follows the saying pura vida, depicting pure life. It is a way of life lived by most in Costa Rica which inspires us of living a simple life by making changes for well-being and contentment.

    Costa Rica

  2. Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand
    New Zealand is at the top of the Global Peaceful Index by taking into account factors including levels of violent crime, potential for terrorism, and political stability. Coromandel Peninsula is one of the best places to visit in Northern New Zealand. A sublime world which brings you away from the city’s hustle-bustle. Coromandel Peninsula is a paradise for people who look for peace and stillness. The golden sand of the beaches is enthralling to observe. It has a lot to offer including hiking, kayaking, and skydiving. The hot water springs, goldmine experience, and water gardens are the pleasantries of the place.

    Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand

  3. Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon, South Coast, Iceland
    Iceland is a place that takes you to a true state of peace and quiet. It lacks in built-up urban centres, and the landscape of the country is open and untouched which would leave you awestruck. The abundance of fresh nature lends itself to unstirring and intimate appreciation. Lagoon is known as “The Crown Jewel of Iceland” for obvious reasons. The way to Lagoon is equally mesmerising as Lagoon itself with the cascading waterfalls – Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss, and the black sand beach -Reynisfjara. At Jökulsárlón Lagoon, you can witness groups of seals playing amidst the icebergs. You can always hop on to one of the lagoon’s boat tours to get a closer look of the glacier. Also, the Diamond Beach and the Northern lights are the attractions that you can’t afford to miss!

    Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon, South Coast, Iceland

  4. Lake Bled, Slovenia
    Slovenia is known for its mountains, lakes, and picturesque beauty; one of them being the famous Lake Bled. Visiting the Bled Island, which is at the centre of the lake, is an experience in itself. A rowboat or a pletna takes you across the water. The tourists can sit here and spend quite some time fishing. A stroll across the lake, stretching 6kms, is something utterly refreshing with the beautiful views along the way with a trail of trees. The Lake Bled Castle is also an attraction of the place from where you can get a view of the lake from the top. A quick hike to Mala Osojnica can be quite energising. Vintgar Gore is another spot nearby Lake Bled, which is definitely worth a trip.

    Lake Bled, Slovenia

  5. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
    Canada is one of the most serene and peaceful countries there is. Saskatoon is the perfect place to go with your family and is commonly referred to as the “Paris of the Prairies” because of its beautiful brass-coloured bridges. The Meewasin Valley Trail takes you through a scenic course under bridges and through city parks, going past major tourist attractions as well as historic sites. You can take the Prairie Lily Riverboat Cruise to admire the charming city, passing through the homes with manicured lawns and a section of the river bank covered with painted rocks. Beaver Creek Conservation Area, Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo, the Wanuskewin Heritage Parkand, and a few museums are some of the greatest attractions of the place. You might also get a taste of the Saskatchewan Festival here. It is a small city but fills your heart with love and cheer.|

    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

The aforementioned places with their natural beauty will give you a magical experience and help you forget your worries for a while and remind you that there is more to life than man-made whims. Pick any of the recommendations and set off for a journey of peace and tranquillity!

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