Wellness Travel For Your Health
Are you ready for a vacation that focuses on your health and well-being? It’s a new trend in travel called Wellness Travel
Traveling for your physical or mental health isn’t a new concept, but it might have you thinking about enforced exercise, strict diets, or engaging in activities you’re just plain not interested in. Except for wellness travel is one of the fastest growing areas in tourism and that means the possibilities are expanding too. But what exactly are we referring to when we talk about wellness travel, and why should you give it a go? First, consider your goals: do you want self-improvement, exercise, or service? There’s something for everyone in these options:
- A fully planned retreat. Check out a site such as www.pravassa.com, which offers small group tours to exotic destinations.
- A fitness vacation. Look at www.fitpacking.com for weight-loss or www.mountaintrek.com, named the top resort in Canada in 2017.
- A destination spa. Plan a week at a spa such as Rancho La Puerta, Baja, CA or Omni La Costa Resort & Spa, Carlsbad, CA.
- A volunteer opportunity. Visit www.gviusa.com to find a program that interests you and your family too.
If wellness travel makes you think of spartan facilities and strict bland diets then you’ll be happy to know that things have come a long way. There are plenty of wellness retreats in five-star accommodation and options for as little or as many restrictions on your diet as you like. You can choose to work wellness activities into an existing vacation. Consider signing up for a new activity, such as a cooking class or a kayaking lesson. You can do as little or as much as you want to make it the best vacation for you.