December 2023

We recently attended the 2023 Global Wellness Summit in Miami where we learned that wellness travel continues to surge. Spending on wellness tourism reached $651 billion in 2022, and that number doesn’t include another $46 billion spent at thermal and mineral springs and $104 billion spent at spas (including day spas). What’s more, during 2023, the numbers just kept going upward. Net-net, demand for wellness trips is soaring, so knowledge of what’s new in the sector is crucial.

We know you are busy during the holidays, but if you haven’t done so yet, resolve to take the Wellness Travel University Gold Course soon. When you complete it, you will receive a special certification marking you as a Wellness Travel Specialist.

Happy Holidays, one and all.
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