Mountains VS Beaches - How to Pick The Most Preferred Holiday Destination

1 Carmelo La Torre

The world is filled with some of the most exotic locations - and most of them centre around a beach or a mountain as they are simply breathtaking. As a traveller, choosing between a mountain and a beach is always difficult because both these terrains offer plenty of opportunities for both relaxation and adventure.

If you have to pick one of the two, here are some suggestions that can guide you to decide where your next flight should take you to.

Introverts vs extroverts
Research shows that introverts prefer to go to mountains for holidays as it gives them time to be by themselves while extroverts need people to talk and beaches are a better choice for them. In fact, a study by the University of Virginia asked respondents on where they'd like to go to socialise, and 75 percent said beach while only 25 percent opted for mountains. This study goes to show how your personality can determine your choice.

Hot vs cold
Mountains tend to be chilly because of their altitude whereas beaches are likely to be hot and humid. So, if you live in a cold place and want to get some sun, head to the beach. On the other hand, if you live in equatorial or tropical regions and want to get a feel of ice and snow, mountains are your destination.

Adventure vs laid-back
To some extent, the choice between a mountain and a beach depends on what you want to do. If you are adventurous, then you are better off exploring the mountains as your options are more when compared to beaches. Though you can sail and surf on the sea, it is not for everyone as most people prefer a beach holiday to unwind, relax and laze around in the sun.

Solo vs family
If you are traveling with young kids, then beaches are a better choice while mountains are perfect if you are traveling alone or with your partner.

Finally, if you can't decide where you want to go, just opt for cities that have both as you can enjoy the best of both landscapes!

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