Are you ready to plan your next vacation abroad? Or maybe you’re mapping out your dream board and are stuck on what to try to manifest in the year ahead.
Numerology can not only help you better understand your inner self, the world around you, and the numerical patterns in our daily lives — it also can indicate the kind of vacation you desperately need.
The numbers on your chart can help you choose a place that will bring you relaxation and rest because that is what it should all be about. You shouldn’t have to worry about booking a trip, and coming home disappointed.
Numerology For Going Abroad
The reality is that your Life Path number can give you a good indication of where you should go and how you should spend your time.
And if you’re planning a trip with others, perhaps send them this guide and see if you can plan a trip that will be best for all.
Get ready to find out where around the globe you should visit next and what activities you should get ready for. Soon enough you’ll be packing your bags and hopping on the next flight where adventure awaits.
Life Path 1 and Travel
You’re always trying to push the boundaries in life — and that includes in your travels. You are not afraid to veer off the standard path and try something new or even scary. Safe isn’t in your vocabulary.
Since you’re a risk-taker, the best kind of vacation for you is one that pushes your competitive spirit and allows you to get your adrenaline pumping.
Whether you go bungee jumping in New Zealand or begin to climb Mount Everest in Nepal, you’ll be exhilarated.
As a Life Path 1, you’re independent and may find solo travel to be your best move, unless you can find a companion who has the same love of trying new things. Either way, make sure that you find time to yourself on your travels.
Life Path 2 and Travel
You crave connection and want to share every special moment with those you care about. Solo travel just isn’t your jam. You’d rather get a group of your closest friends and explore a new location together.
Since you love spending one-on-one time with those closest to you, the perfect vacation would entail group activities that allow you to talk and get to know each other even more.
Try exploring small towns like San Gimignano in Italy for intimate wine tastings and treks in the countryside.
Or hop on a cruise to see the coastlines of South America; you’ll get to spend every minute with your friends while visiting spectacular locations.
While you love spending time with those closest to you, at times, you worry too much about what others want to do. Make sure that you give yourself the relaxation that you need on your travels. It’s your holiday after all.
Life Path 3 and Travel
You’re a creative soul who has a zest for communicating and getting to know others. Your ideal vacation would allow you to get to know locals while honing in on your artistic skills.
City life is calling you — and there’s no better place to experience the hustle and bustle than in Tokyo.
From attending concerts at Suntory Hall to viewing the latest manga art at the Manga Art Hotel, you’ll find your creative juices flowing by the end of your trip.
The best way to see any city is through locals’ eyes—and your sociable personality wouldn’t have it any other way.
Try booking a guesthouse or a B&B with a friendly host. Many would be overjoyed to share the hidden gems of their city with you.
Life Path 4 and Travel
You’re a lifetime learner — and that is reflected in your travel style. You are drawn to destinations with historic landmarks, and could do without shiny resorts and 5-star dining.
From seeing ruins in South America to ancient artifacts in central Europe, you’ll receive great satisfaction from learning from the past.
You’ll feel right at home exploring natural parks led by local guides or examining art in one of the world’s best museums.
Make sure that you bring a notebook to jot down all that you learn; you will want to share these cultural experiences with your loved ones after your trip.
Because of your knack for organization and structure, an itinerary mapping out all of the sites, restaurants, and experiences prior to your trip will comfort you. You will have it memorized like the back of your hand before you even pack your bag.
Life Path 5 and Travel
Oh number 5, your adventurous spirit keeps you young. You’re born to travel the world and experience all that this earth can provide. There’s truly no wrong destination for you — if anything, you likely want to see it all.
Due to your free-spirited ways, you would love backpacking across Europe or South America. Instead of spending all of your time in one city, why not get a taste of several? Try getting a bus or train pass for a truly authentic experience.
You’re not the type to book a resort and lay by the pool. You want to meet locals and see all of the sights — especially the ones that aren’t in tourist books.
Don’t be afraid to chat with those you meet on your journey. They may lead you to places you otherwise wouldn’t find on your own.
As the most sensual of Life Paths, you are looking to indulge all of your senses. Search out markets and street vendors for local delicacies. Get lost in perfume factories, and feast your eyes on historical monuments.
Life Path 6 and Travel
As a Life Path 6, you’re a homebody and aren’t easily convinced to travel abroad like other Life Paths. You’d much rather stay at home and relax on the couch with a good book. But with the right kind of vacation, you can find bliss outside your home.
Grab your friends or loved ones and hop on a flight to Ireland. You can find solace in the Irish countryside, a romantic place that will fulfill all of your mythic fantasies.
In the day, you can take in the emerald landscape, beautiful castles, and dramatic coastlines. Try cycling the Causeway Coast Way or explore the ruins on Coney Island.
After hiking and sightseeing all that the stunning country offers, you can recharge at a local B&B by cozying up by the fire with a warm cup of tea. You will feel recharged and ready to continue exploring.
Life Path 7 and Travel
You’re drawn to nature, especially the water. You thrive sitting quietly among plants and animals. It is a way for you to unplug and decompress from all that life throws at you.
The best vacation for you is somewhere where you can truly surround yourself with nature and not get bogged down with tourists and consumerism.
A big city adventure is not your calling. You’d rather be in a remote location where you can see the world’s best creatures.
Whether you take a friend or go solo, you’d fit right at home in isolated locations like Dynjandi in Iceland or Homoa Beach in Hawaii. While difficult to get to these breathtaking locations, the payoff will be well worth it.
No matter where you go, give yourself the opportunity to find stillness and ground yourself in nature. You will feel rejuvenated and ready to tackle your next venture.
Life Path 8 and Travel
As a Life Path 8, you’re all about living life as luxuriously as you can afford. Since you work so hard, you’re not afraid to treat yourself to all the best — 1st class seating on the airplane, fine dining, resort accommodations, etc.
No matter your budget, you’re best suited to visit somewhere that will allow you to indulge and escape the pressures of your stressful work life. Choose somewhere that will allow you to decompress and recharge.
In St. Barts, you can rest on sandy, white beaches, indulge in spa treatments, and stay in lavish rooms by the water.
In Bora Bora, you can view turquoise water from your own private bungalow while you sip cocktails brought to you by your own Villa host.
Wherever you go, make sure that you take time away from the daily stresses of life. If you have the means, spend a little extra for transportation and accommodations.
Make your vacation a true treat. You deserve time away from your usually hectic life.
Life Path 9 and Travel
You’re a humanitarian at heart — and there’s no reason that you can’t let your compassion follow you on vacation. Your perfect getaway would allow you to immerse yourself in a new culture while helping communities in need.
If you are an animal lover, you could travel to Thailand to help bathe elephants. If you feel called to help eradicate hunger abroad, you could visit Guatemala to help at-risk children. The options are endless.
No matter where you go, you will feel the most relaxed if you add purpose to your travels. Instead of staying at corporate-owned hotels, try staying with locals to discover your chosen destination in an authentic way.
Perhaps try learning the local language so that you can learn more from those around you. You’ll be surprised by how open locals will be when you express genuine interest in their culture and language.