by Beth Hill, a SHE Leads OKC 2019 Speaker
Beth Hill, Travel Advisor & Owner of Mangata Travel is sharing her wisdom from traveling to more than 80 countries in her life and booking fantastic vacations around the world for her clients with SHE Leads on March 29th! Her topic is Explore & Expand: Transformational Travel and Leading a More Adventurous Life. Beth will touch on why world travel is transformational as well as the benefits of solo travel and wellness retreats. Bring your questions and an open mind with you. This following post is adapted from her blog.
If your idea of a perfect vacation is visiting a place that allows you to unwind, relax and recharge, then the growing trend of “Wellness Travel” may be just what you need. Wellness retreats are geared toward the mind, body, and spirit, with everything from meditation and yoga to natural remedies and organic cuisine to a variety of outdoor activities. They’re places that travelers can leave feeling rejuvenated. I recently spent an incredible week doing just this at Rancho La Puerta. In addition, I have several others I highly recommend.
Mangata Travel’s Select Wellness Collection includes resorts that have been carefully chosen based on their unique amenities. Because of our relationship with these resorts, Mangata Travel can offer clients exclusive benefits when they book a vacation. Here’s a look at what some of these resorts have to offer.
Thailand. The Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort, in Thailand, is perched on a ridge overlooking the hills of Thailand, Laos, and Myanmar. An elephant camp provides a unique opportunity to get close to these gentle giants. The resort offers massages and facials, spa treatments, cooking lessons and guided tours of the region, with its ancient temples and museums. Guests can use multiple running and walking trails, go biking and take part in outdoor yoga.
St. Lucia. For a beach vacation combined with outdoor activities including golf and scuba diving, consider a trip to Body Holiday, an all-inclusive luxury resort on the Caribbean Island of St. Lucia. Guests can try the resort’s exclusive body wrap and a relaxing massage, as well as the therapeutic mineral bath spa at colorful Diamond Falls. History buffs can explore Pigeon Island National Historic Park and the remains of an 18th-century fort.
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