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10 perfect destinations for the introverted traveller [photos]

Keen on getting away, but not so much on the crowds… these are for you.

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There are some great travel destinations out there for the introvert in you. Here’s some amazing places that will help you relax:

  1.  Iceland

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First on the list, of course, is Iceland. From watching the Northern Lights, hanging out on your own or visiting breathtaking waterfalls, this is any introverts’ dream.

2. The Oregon Coast

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This is a great place to clear your mind. The Oregon Coast is a region of the US state of Oregon and it generally runs north–south along the Pacific Ocean. It’s beaches are secluded which makes it perfect for an introvert. The Sunsets overlooking the ocean are reportedly stunning.

3.  Flamands Beach. St. Barts

This wide Caribbean beach is just gorgeous. Here you can relax, stay at one of the fancy hotels in the surrounding area or take long walks on the beach. Pure bliss. After a swim you can also have langouste (Caribbean Lobster) for lunch and then doze off on the beach.

4. Chiang Mai, Thailand

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If you’re looking for some quiet, Chiang Mai is the perfect place. Its much more quiet than Thailand’s capital, Bangkok. Travelers can easily walk through this town or saddle up and take a bike ride to the countryside where a rain forest and waterfalls waits.

5. Wyoming, USA

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It’s been said “Wyoming is the intimacy of the view”. This state is where “the untamed spirit of the West and majestic natural beauty opens your mind and invigorate your senses to release your own inner freedom and sense of adventure.” Sounds amazing. You can also find some of the best spa’s here.

6. Bloubergstrand, South Africa

Along the shores of Table Bay, close to Cape Town, lies Bloubergstrand. Some suggest its the best place to “introvert”. Here you can take long walks on the beach and enjoy the view that Table Mountain brings.

7. Bled Island, Slovenia

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Bled Island is also called Fairy tale Island. It’s the only naturally-occurring island in Slovenia, which is a country between Italy and Croatia. This lakeside town isn’t overrun and is absolutely breathtaking. If you visit, consider a vineyard tour, camping or sightseeing.

8. Finland, Northern Europe

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Finland’s capital, Helsinki is home to the 18th-century sea fortress Suomenlinna, the fashionable design district and diverse museums. Apparently the people over there are also quite introverted so no one will be bothering you. Hoohaa!

9. Camino de Santiago, Spain

According to the Huffington Post, “the Camino de Santiago, also called The Way, is a pilgrimage to the cathedral in Spain where the remains of St. James are held. This long-distance walk has its beginnings in many different places in Southern Europe, but they all end in one place: Santiago de Compostela.” This walking path stretches 500 miles over Northern Spain where you can meet pilgrims to chat with or just go by it yourself.

10. Tulum, Mexico

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…or swim with turtles in stunning Akumal Bay or even take a day trip to the ruins of Chichen Itza – which you can see down here: