What could be a great option for someone have retired like you, who'd like to try something different, something more fun and exciting maybe? How about going for an active travel experience?
"Boy, when I retire, all I'm going to do is lie around in a hammock all day" – this is probably what you have said and thought about all these years while working your way through life, but now that you have retired or planning to retire, do you really find the concept that satisfying? The answer could be no.
So what could be a great option for someone like you, who'd like to try something different, something more fun and exciting maybe? How about going for an active travel experience?
Traveling in Twilight
Whoever said you need to be an on-the-go person to sign up for an active vacation after retirement could not have been more mistaken. From adventurous kayaking in Halong Bay
or historical trips on Ho Chi Minh Trail
and Angkor Wat
explorer- there is something for everyone out there
Just that you may need to hit your nearby gym at least twice a week, or ask your yoga teacher for classes immediately.
Angkor Wat, Cambodia
Here are some more options to help you plan a perfect active travel vacation:
- Golf vacations in Vietnam & Cambodia
- Walking tours of various World Heritage or historic sites of the world like Angkor Wat
- Museum trips in Hanoi
, Capital of Vietnamand especially in Phnom Penh
Trek Fansipan Mt, Vietnam
Travel experts prefer classifying adventure tourism in two categories- "soft" or "hard" (also called "gentle" or "demanding"); but don't get caught up in these jargons. Make up your mind as to whether you would like to go kayaking, mountain climbing, biking, motorcycling or would you prefer enjoying the blue ocean in an obscure island in Phu Quoc
Once you've made your choice, you can begin your research by browsing through websites and on-line travel agencies that will help you pick the right tour package.
Here are some of the names you might find handy
Walking the World
Seniors Go Travel
Forty Plus Adventure