Holidays: Health and fitness focussed travel could see a boost after coronavirus | Travel News | Travel

What’s more, many of these holidays set aside specific time for visitors to discover their new surroundings.

“Our Wellness, Active and Sailing Tours incorporate well-being and fitness into adventure and exploration,” Mr Joseph pointed out.

“With activities like kayaking, yoga and surfing, guests can improve their health and fitness in a range of destinations.

“Whilst visits to monasteries, walking tours of cities and mud baths allow travellers to experience the culture of the country in a similar way to that of a traditional holiday.”

Furthermore, unlikes a regular holiday, these fitness retreats are designed specifically with the customer in mind.

Mr Joseph: “Travellers can expect a tailored programme to their specific requirements; whether that be fitness, adventure, yoga, nutrition, weight loss, detox – there is a programme to suit everyone.

“Our clients will benefit from the advice and expertise of doctors, nutritionists, and personal trainers to help them through every step of their journey and provide them with the tools to continue their practice upon returning home.”

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