Last Updated on March 27, 2021
Travel can be a sort of meditation, a way to blow off the steam, break the routine, enjoy some quality time alone or with our loved ones, and discover a variety of new means to have fun in different ways than the ones we are used to. Many times, after enduring a great amount of stress and pressure in our daily life, we think of taking a vacation and hitting the road just to relax and enjoy some quiet and peace away from all sources of stress and noise. However, we can get lost and hesitate about where to go; which can be an issue. For that, here is a list of 6 quiet and peaceful destinations to inspire you to pack that bag!
1. Garden Of The Gods
If you’re into cycling, hiking, or riding trails, the Garden of the Gods is your destination; it offers you more than 15 miles just for those activities. This natural park has been a national landmark and a destination for travelers from all around the globe since 1971. Travelers hit the park to enjoy the view, relax, hike, discover this historical place and do all sorts of activities the Garden offers; such as the Jeep tours, the foot hikes, the technical rock climbing, and the Segway tours. The park also hosts educational interactive exhibits in case you want to learn about its history. Best part? It is free of charge and open to all visitors!
2. Caddo Lake
The Caddo Lake is located between Texas and Louisiana. It is known to be boasting one of the largest cypress forests in all of America. The said forest is a great location for artistic pictures and beautiful photos as it is all covered with Spanish moss, which creates a beautiful background for those astonishing portraits. After the photo-shoot, you should think of hitting the shore of the lake because that’s where you can fish, boat, canoe, and even hunt for geocaches. Don’t worry, all the materials for canoeing and fishing are available there to rent, as you can find more than 70 different species of fish around the lake! A day is not enough in Caddo Lake, so you can stay in the lake’s quiet campsites and historical cabins for as much as you want to enjoy the sunsets and sunrises on the lake and just relax!