April 2024

Now that the weather is finally warming up, it’s a good time to think about the range of wellness vacations that allow clients to immerse themselves in the great outdoors. In this month’s newsletter, we feature all sorts of novel natural alternatives, from horse communing and labyrinth courses to farmhouse stays and treetop glamping.

If your clients are interested in experiencing nature along the world’s most famous rivers, take a look at our new specialty course featuring AMA Waterways. Their luxury river cruises provide plenty of options for the wellness-oriented water warrior.

Finally, be sure to sign up for our virtual Organic Spa Media 12th Annual Experience Wellness & Travel Event taking place on May 17. The daylong experience will feature all sorts of seminars and speakers to provide inspiration for wellness vacation planning.

Sure you can always go on a nature walk or take an outdoor yoga class. But resorts are getting far more creative these days with their outdoor options for wellness travelers. For example, some are offering plein air art classes; others are focusing on equine therapy; and some are developing a-maze-ing meditative labyrinths.
Another way to experience wellness in the great outdoors is by sleeping in a treehouse. Lavish and lush, these elevated glamping rooms offer incredible comfort, breathtaking views and a deep connection to nature.

Imagine being surrounded by fields of gold, happy cows and wide open spaces. Those are just some of the benefits of a farmstay. Oh, and did we mention fresh farm-to-table meals? It’s no wonder that agritourism options are cropping up all over the world.

The bachelorette party is getting a spa makeover, with many brides-tobe now opting for a few days of R & R with their friends before the big day. The New York Times looks into the trend.

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