While travelers look forward to a world re-opened to travel, many may be looking for opportunities next year to indulge in wellness, connect with loves ones and embrace the healing power of the outdoors.
The Outlook surveyed over 1,100 travel advisors about what is happening and trending within the world of wellness.
Are your clients ready to be fully immersed in wellness?
When your clients hear "wellness vacation," it's possible this is what they expect. Sad salads, deprivation, a fitness trainer shouting commands, and forced routines. This is why they are lucky to have their trusted travel advisors.
As well as understanding the key well-being travel motivators it is critical when a client requests a particular wellness program to complete a thorough analysis by asking more investigative questions.
If 2020 has taught us anything, it's the necessity of self-care. The world has slowed down enough to pay attention to our minds, bodies, and spirits. As clients seek escapes from their four walls, what does this look like during a pandemic?
Wellness vacations and the programs they offer come in almost as many different styles as there are travelers.
1. Multi-generational escapes
2. Big bucket list trips
3. Putting communities first
4. Social-distancing holidays
5. Stand-out experiences