Top 4 Relaxing Holidays You Should Consider

July 10, 2019

If you’re like me, you spend most of your working day fantasising about your next holiday away. If I don’t have a holiday booked, I start to feel restless and frustrated. Having a holiday already set in stone and planned gives me something to look forward to and focus on when the daily grind gets a little hard. If you’re in the mood for a relaxing holiday, here are my top 4 relaxing holiday suggestions to get you inspired.


1. A Cruise
I love everything about going on a cruise: I love that you don’t have to pack and unpack your bags every second day or so. I love that when you’re on board the ship, your meals are all included and you have a number of great restaurants to choose from. One of my favourite parts about being on a cruise is that while you sleep, you’re likely moving to a different location or country, waking up somewhere new to explore. I think cruises are a great option for all types of holidays, whether you’re heading away with friends, as a family, or just with your partner, a cruise is a very relaxing holiday. Be sure to bring extra cash with you so you can splurge on a massage or two to ensure it is the most relaxing holiday you’ve ever enjoyed. If you’re interested in cruises, check out these great options.

2. A Beach Holiday
I love heading to the beach, especially with children because the beach is wonderful family holiday idea. You can buy some cheap beach toys when you arrive, such as a shovel and bucket, and they’ll be happily entertained all day. I also think a beach holiday can wind up being quite a low cost holiday, as the beach provides much of the entertainment, versus a trip to Disney for example where you have to spend hundreds of dollars before you’re even in the door. If you’re thinking about heading to the Bahamas, check out for some properties in the Bahamas. If you want to make home feel more like a holiday, then you might want to check out these beautiful properties for sale through Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Signature Service.
3. A Spa Holiday
If you’re anything like me, then a holiday doesn’t feel complete without a little pool action and a massage. If you’re wanting an ultra relaxing trip, you can transform any trip into something a little more relaxing by finding a good quality spa nearby or even choosing a hotel that offers these services. This can be a good middle ground if you’re traveling with someone who’s more interested in an adventurous holiday, so you can both be happy.

4. Hit Up the All Inclusive
I personally don’t love worrying about budgeting and expenses when traveling, that’s why I actually love an all-inclusive resort holiday. Choose a hotel that includes food and drinks, so you can just enjoy your time there without worrying about paying bills or tipping. I do suggest leaving a little bit of cash for your housekeeping staff, but otherwise tipping is generally discouraged at most all-inclusive hotels or you can leave a tip when you leave that will be shared evenly amongst staff.

A relaxing holiday is a great way to unwind and destress from the hustle and bustle of daily life.