Are you one of those people who cannot sit still even while you’re supposed to be on a relaxing beach vacation? We totally get it, and the good news is that there are plenty of destinations with lots of activities for those who love to experience a thrill and enjoy water sports. Here are some of the most fun destinations for active beach goers.
Bali’s beach towns are known for being some of the most gorgeous vacation destinations. Each beach has its own characteristics. Many locals and expats have honed in on a healthy lifestyle that includes nutritious foods, surfing, and of course, yoga. For those looking for a healing yoga retreat, The Practice Bali is the ideal destination. Their open-air yoga studio is a perfect place to tune out and focus on you.
Guanacaste, Costa Rica
The northwestern coast of Costa Rica offers lush water falls and forests to explore as well as plenty of activities. You can jet ski, swim, snorkel, surf, and dive. If you want to go out partying at night you can for to the W Costa Rica – Reserva Conchal. You can also go biking, kayaking, running, and hit the gym as well.
Todos Santos, Mexico
Located on the west coast of Baja California Sur is the adorable surf town of Todos Santos. This rapidly growing destination is the best place to head to for surf lessons, whether you’re an absolute beginning or sharping your surf techniques. Todos Santos offers great waters for swimming and snorkeling while providing a boutique vibe that has not yet been spoiled by touristy attractions.
Acadia National Park, Maine
You don’t have to leave the United States to experience a glorious outdoor adventure vacation. Acadia National Park offers fantastic hiking trails like Cadillac Mountain, Gorham Mountain, and Beehive Trail. You can cool off after a long hike at Seal Harbor and Echo Lake beaches. Best of all, you can bring your pooch along because the park is dog friendly.
Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
These islands, known for Charles Darwin’s exploration, is a haven for those who love outdoor activities and exploring everything glorious nature has to offer. The UNESCO World Heritage site is 600 miles away from Ecuador and is known for its gorgeous hiking trails on islands like Isabela and San Cristobal. There’s an incredible hike on Sierra Negra around the active volcano and craters. Of course, no trip to the Galapagos is complete with diving around Wolf Island, Darwin Island, and Punta Carrion.