Spending Valentine's day alone does not have to be a heartbreaking affair; all one needs to do is get busy. Perhaps visiting one of these five destinations could allow one to find their true love, but to ensure that chance, travel!
According to The Telegraph, a solo travel in the Greek Island of Zante is amazing for single individuals. Only watching for one's self, one could enjoy the island's bustling nightlife mingling with other individuals. For the intrepid introvert, there are always quiet cafes to read a book and the potential to start a one-on-one conversation with other individuals.
Mountain biking in Austria with professional bike survivalists as escorts is an amazing once-in-a-lifetime experience and it is better done alone than with individuals who may not like the idea of a stressful miles-run. Off-road mountain biking sounds like an extremely pleasant way to celebrate valentines alone, proving to one's self of their physical capabilities and endurance.
Rough Guides recommends traveling to Kenya because of safaris. Ensuring that these safaris joined are not intrusive to the natural environment of the safari inhabitants, Kenya is a prime place for fresh experiences. As one travels alone, staying in a private home is cheaper and gives a great feeling of home away from home too.
New Zealand's South Island has many activities to get rid of that Valentines single-shiver one might possess during the season of love. South Island's mountains are drizzled with hiking trails and skiing slopes; all one needs to do is travel.
Nepal is much cheaper for single travelers this year. For fans of trekking and hiking, Nepal is a grand idea especially if one plans to have multiple day trips across different sights. Forget Valentines; mountain tea houses are as amazing as they tell it to be in travel magazines.