The beaches of Venezuela are some of the most zen strips of sand found anywhere on this Earth.
Travelers seeking meaning in their life might experience spiritual growth while meditating on Lower Francisqui Beach in Los Roques National Park, a collection of small islands off the Caribbean coast of Venezuela.
Few island getaways are as remote, romantic, intimate, or idyllic as Los Roques," states Frommer's travel guides. "Hundreds of deserted little islands of soft white sand surrounded by crystal-clear turquoise waters and lively tropical reefs make Los Roques one of the prime vacation destinations in Venezuela."
A day trip to one of the uninhabited cays is perfect for some silent contemplation on the beach. Perhaps travelers will want to practice yoga poses, focus on breathing meditation or just ponder the reasons why humans are put on this Earth.
If they feel like walking around to create Ilchi Lee-advised energy, travelers can head to the western part of Gran Roque, the main island, and climb two volcanic hills. A lighthouse stands atop the highest bluff, and offers beautiful sea vistas.
When most people come to Los Roques, however, they choose to relax on the sand and let the sounds of the ocean wash their troubles away.