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Take a VIRTUAL Trip

Tips on how to satisfy your travel bug without ever leaving your home!

If you have raging WANDERLUST like me, this time has been especially difficult. I would love to be on one of the many trips I had planned for this year, but the reality (everyone's reality) is that we just can't travel freely during this time. But just because we can't physically go to other places doesn't mean we can't create new experiences in our minds.

As someone who thrives on travel and often feels inspired by the sites and sounds of nature, visiting new places, and exploring through adventure, I have been seeking ways to feel fulfilled.

Since we can't go anywhere just yet, let's bring our favorite destinations right into your homes.

Here are a few virtual travel experiences you can take advantage of right now...

Rosewood Mayakoba in the Riviera Maya, Mexico | Offering a series of interactive Facebook videos that allow you to take advantage of the fitness, nutrition, food, and wellness offerings at the resort. Everything from virtual HIIT workouts to cooking demos!

Kamalaya Koh Samui in Koh Samui Island, Thailand | Added videos on their site sharing tips for management and fatigue, cleansing the mind, getting better sleep, re-centering, and focusing on inner well-being.

The Resort at Paws Up in Montana | Take part in activities for the mind, body, and soul live from the pristine Montana wilderness on their Facebook page and through their IG Lives. Enjoy free yoga, foraging, and cooking classes!

CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa in Anguilla | A culinary-inspired hotel on the British Caribbean island of Anguilla has launched a new cooking and wellness series on their homepage.

Club Med | All-inclusive global resort brand is a weekly series of live and previously recorded workout sessions, led by members of the Club Med fitness staff. New content is added weekly!

How have you been dealing with our inability to travel right now?

Where's the first place you want to travel to when travel restrictions are lifted?


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