Given that personality plays a role in forming work, social and relationship preferences, it’s no surprise that it also factors into how a person enjoys vacation. This is never more true than it is for those “quiet types like me”
A few ways we introverts approach their vacations differently:
1. They prefer heading to more remote beaches.
A quiet beach house on Crystal Beach? Sounds like an introvert’s paradise.
2. Or somewhere cultural.
Five star hotels, fancy cruises and elite clubs aren’t really an introvert’s cup of tea. When traveling, culture is key. The Texas coast welcomes everyone.
3. They love solo travel.
As individuals who don’t draw energy from other people, but rather themselves, solo travel experiences are great for introverts.
4. They may not feel that “experience high” that others do.
Some people may feel euphoria from the busy streets of a new city, but introverts are more likely to withdraw in these particular scenarios.
5. They may not pick up if you call to check in.
Introverts have an innate habit of screening their calls — even from their loved ones because they want to be mentally prepared or energized to have a conversation.
6. They don’t always need to be on the go.
Sometimes itineraries are the enemy when an introvert is on vacation. A hallmark characteristic of an introvert is needing downtime to recharge and filling each hour with an activity is quite the opposite of that.
Introverts need to schedule some off periods throughout the course of their trips.
Via HuffPost Healthy Living