7 Trips to Improve Your Relationship
Traveling Can Improve Your Relationship
Take it from me—traveling can have a profoundly positive effect on a relationship. New experiences create lasting memories that can rekindle an old romance or simply strengthen the bond of a new couple.
For those of you who’ve been in a longer relationship, I’m sure you’ve encountered difficulties at some point. It happens to the best of us! One of the best ways to work through tough times is to travel with your partner. Sometimes, what’s needed is some good old-fashioned fun.
Are you in a new relationship? Well now is a great time to build a stronger bond than ever with an unforgettable travel experience.
Whether things are getting rocky (especially after 2020’s pandemic related stress) or you’re seeking an experience to make your partner love you even more, consider one of these trips that can improve your relationship.
Romantic Island Getaways
Sometimes, all we need to do is relax. The last year has been tough on us, both individually and on our relationships. Break out of that rut by booking a trip to a beautiful beach destination. It’s probably the first thing you thought of anyway, right?
When you’re there, you’ll have nothing to do but sit in the sand, listen to the waves, and drink delicious cocktails. I can’t think of an easier way to help a couple de-stress and reinvigorate their connection.
If you’re not a huge beach lover, a retreat into the wilderness might be the perfect alternative. After a day of hiking out in nature, you’ll feel accomplished, calmed and ready to spend a cozy evening with your partner back in your accommodation.
Backpacking takes you on a journey, and no one comes back the same person as when they left. Wouldn’t it be a thrill to backpack your way through a magnificent corner of the world with your partner?
You’ll face some challenges, but you’ll probably find that this helps to bring you closer together, even during the planning stage of the trip. It can be exciting to get into the details of planning where to go, mapping a route and buying fun accessories to make everything smooth and comfortable.
Explore Canadian Wilderness
Here’s another recommendation for nature lovers. Canada has some of the most pristine, breathtaking wilderness in the world. Over the past few years, so many of my traveler friends have recommended hiking and camping trips around Canada.
If you haven’t seen their famous blue-hued lakes (a phenomenon resulting from the light reflecting off the rock flour in the water), you’ve got to check it out!
Embrace Urban Life with a City Trip
Everyone’s looking for excitement these days, especially after a year of lockdowns and travel restrictions. One of the best ways to revive a relationship is to throw yourself into the energy of a big city!
Some of my personal favorite things to do with my partner in a big city are walk along waterfront promenades to take in the views, have a picnic in a park and see skylines from above from impressive observation decks.
Book a Staycation
Not every couple needs to book an epic, international trip to improve their relationship with travel. It’s just as beneficial to travel locally. It’s also not always possible to jet off to another country, especially right now, as we’re recovering from the pandemic.
But that doesn’t mean that you have to sit at home. For so many couples who love together, too much time in a confined, familiar place causes negative energy to build.
Why not look at booking a staycation in your city? There are plenty of great offers for high-end hotels due to the lower than normal tourism.
It might feel strange at first, and it’s common to question why you should spend money to stay in your own town or city. But I guarantee you’ll change your mind if you book the right spot. Hotels and resorts have so many amazing amenities to enjoy, you’ll be too busy to realize you’re so close to home.
Enjoy each other’s company in a beautiful room, have cocktails at the bar, get a massage in the hotel spa and dine at a classy restaurant. While you and your partner indulge, you’ll be happier than ever.
Travel Somewhere Special to You
Taking a trip to a destination that means something special to one, or both of you is another incredibly easy way to improve your relationship through travel. Just as I mentioned above, not every trip needs to be a flashy excursion. Sometimes all it takes is showing your partner a place that’s special to you.
My boyfriend is from western Colorado, and after a quick trip to Denver, we explored Colorado’s western slope, where he grew up. Taking trips to places that were special to him helped us learn more about one another and connect in such a positive way.
Experiencing a place that’s dear to your loved one is sure to full your heart with love and create unforgettable memories. You might just look at your partner through a different, and more positive lens.
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A Wellness Retreat
While many different types of trips can feel special, (especially beach trips for me), a wellness retreat can offer couples a uniquely different experience. There’s something a bit more “feel-good” about them.
And remember, this doesn’t have to be a voyage to Bali. You can take a trip locally and still benefit from a wellness retreat as a couple.
It could be a yoga retreat, a trip focused on meditation, or something along these lines. Getting more in touch with yourself while side by side with your partner could be such a fun and connection-building experience.
Focusing on your own personal wellness in addition to your relationship with the one you love in a meditative setting sounds like a win-win to me.