Feeling Lost? 3 Reasons Why a Spontaneous Solo Trip to New Zealand Will Help
Have you ever felt like the life you’re currently living doesn’t feel like your own anymore? Or that the path you were once following so sure-footed now feels unfamiliar or uncertain? If you’re currently feeling a bit lost, here’s how a solo Wild Kiwi tour can help make things a little clearer.
Spend Quality Time with Yourself Outside of Your Everyday
You might think that your morning commute or that hour you spend by yourself watching your fave TV show is enough time to spend alone with your thoughts to really think about where you are in life and what you want to achieve in the next one, five, or 10 years. But it’s not. Whisking yourself away on a solo adventure has many advantages and carving out a legit amount of time to spend with yourself is one of the best gifts you could possibly give yourself.
Experience A New Normal on A Wild Kiwi Tour
As well as containing so many distractions, it’s also likely that your everyday life feels somewhat comfortable. You know what you’ve got to do every day and you do it. But there’s so much more out there.
Heading on a morning hike across a glacier before white water rafting down a rapid flowing river, cruising through a UNESCO-protected landscape, heading out for a bite to eat in a world-famous burger joint and indulging in a bit of constellation spotting might not be possible in your hometown, but your new normal will be a little bit different in New Zealand.
Experience the Clarity That Can Emerge from Connecting with New People
When you’re travelling solo you’re inherently much more open to forging new friendships with people you wouldn’t otherwise have ever met. Connecting with people who are on a similar wavelength to you will feel comforting and reassuring, but meeting people with completely different perspectives and life experiences will also shape your adventures and help you to determine your future path.