This is a facinating article if you’re passionate about independent travel. The article explores the question, ‘Have you ever come home from a vacation feeling more exhausted than you were before you left?’ It goes on to describe the grassroots movement that’s quietly emerging as a solution to tourist burnout: slow travel.
Source: The Art of Slow Travel | IndependentTraveler.com
Marilyn and I are passionate slow travellers.
On Monday, we return to Asia for our third extended trip in four years – total elapsed time thirteen months. For colorful insights into our slow travel adventures in Asia open this link.
Or if you are more focused on Europe, sample our other travel blog, Taking the Slow Road to Cyprus.
Slow travel is getting easier all the time. If you’re a passionate traveller, comfortable with organized trips, like cruises and guided tours, I promise you once you you try the independent and slow route, you will never look. It’s question of confidence and perhaps overcoming the fear of the unknown.