Great places to go after a divorce – A divorce will rock your world; send you crashing into the abyss so deep you feel you can’t find your way out. If there ever was a time to baby yourself, it’s now. Doing so seems fitting, afterall, you’re starting over.
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Your mind is going 100 mph, wondering what’s next. The first decision you should make is to take a pause, exhale, and then take a trip to get your head together, think things through.
Sure a divorce is expensive in many ways, but if a change of scenery and pace will help you find peace, that’s priceless.
“After a divorce, destinations that absorb you in their culture is key to distracting you from a personal crisis. An interesting culture, friendly people, good food, art – these are elements that can pull you out of feeling bad because they lift you out of yourself,” says Peggy Goldman, founder and president of Friendly Planet Travel, which she started after her divorce decades ago.
Here are 10 great places to help you heal and get on to the next chapter.
10. Paradise Beach, Nevis
Escape to the secluded Paradise Beach Resort on the island of Nevis. The pampering begins before you arrive. A personal butler will email you to ask your heart’s desire. What would you like stocked in your fridge in your villa? You don’t have to worry about cooking though if you’re not in the mood. Hire a chef to work that magic in your gourmet kitchen.
Your thatched roof villa will have a view across the Caribbean towards St. Kitts and Mount Nevis. Each villa has 3-foot beamed ceilings and a split-level patio with sea views, as well as a private pebble-lined plunge pool, small lap pool chaise lounges, umbrella, alfresco marble shower and sliding glass doors which open out to a shaded area.
If you choose to come out of your cocoon, your butler can arrange activities for you on site or away, whether you fancy deep sea fishing, snorkeling, kayaking, diving – whatever you come up with. Nearby, there is Sunshine’s Beach Bar & Grill, hidden in the historic Hamilton Estate. You’re also only 15 minutes from Nevis’ capital, Charleston, with its colonial architecture.
In a few days, you won’t believe how good you feel.
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