6 Relaxing Vacation Destinations in North America

Do you often overdo things on your vacation? Do you often find that you need a vacation to recover from your vacation? If so, then you need to take a look at these five amazingly relaxing vacation destinations in North America. Then take a break!

1. Orange Beach, Alabama, U.S.

For many, beaches are synonymous with ultimate relaxation. But aside from white sand beaches, Orange Beach also offers quiet Windswept Dunes Golf Course, beautiful Eden Gardens State Park, and scuba diving opportunities. Be sure to book a massage and stay in a beach view room for maximum zen factor.

2. Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee, U.S.

The expansive Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee offer some activities including horseback riding and scenic fly-fishing. More importantly, this is where one will discover Blackberry Farm. This luxury resort is ensconced in the scenic foothills. It features attractive cottages and is also said by some to be one of the best places in the country to stay if you wish to take cooking classes.

3. Sedona, Arizona, U.S.

The spas found in Sedona are among the very best in the nation. The noteworthy Red Rock Country can also be a real “soul-soother.” According to sources, at “The New York Times,” this special getaway in the desert is one of the must-see places in the U.S. due to the new restaurants and the warm weather.

4. Cayo Costa, Florida, U.S.

Accessible only via ferry, this almost primeval, forest-covered island situated on the Gulf Coast offers vacationers a peaceful respite from all of Florida’s more famous beaches. Both critics and travelers rate the many miles of beautiful coastline high and can confirm the welcome lack of crowds.

5. Montreal Botanical Gardens, Quebec, Canada

This sizeable botanical garden in Montreal, Quebec, Canada spans 75 hectares (almost 0.29 square miles). It includes multiple greenhouses and individual thematic gardens. In 2008, Canadian officials officially declared this attraction to be a National Historic Site. Both the facilities and its sizeable collections of plant life have also earned it a place on the list of the world’s most important botanical gardens as well.

6. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Often, people forget that Mexico is a North American country that can be accessed quite easily. There are many beautiful places in Mexico to visit, but if you’re feeling adventurous, Puerto Vallarta is where you are going to want to stay. There are many things to do such as visiting beaches, swimming dolphins, zip-lining, or luxury sailing. For folks who want to see a little more sun in the middle of a northern winter, Puerto Vallarta should be on the vacation possibilities list.

There you have it, weary travelers: six amazingly relaxing vacation destinations. Does anything on the list look especially useful to you? What are some of the places you think would be great for relaxing? Make sure to let us know!


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