Are ‘fly and flop’ holidays are thing of the past? Apparently so, according to a new survey commissioned by Health & Fitness Travel (www.healthandfitnesstravel.com), which found that 85 per cent of Brits want to try a health and fitness holiday to improve their body and mind.
“Gone are the days when people want to return from holiday feeling sluggish with waistbands that little bit tighter. With our collective life spans increasing by approximately 30 years, the importance of a healthy lifestyle has never been so important,” says Paul Joseph, co-founder of Health and Fitness Travel.
“More people lead cash-rich and time-poor lives making it harder to focus on their own well-being. A health and fitness holiday can be a great way to reset the body, learn a new approach and develop good habits to bring home. Ditching waist-expanding getaways for active and healthy holidays combines the fun of travel with fitness focussed activities such as yoga, beach boxing and hiking.”
Have you tired of turning lobster coloured on a lounger by a pool, as Joseph suggests? Or does the idea of relaxing on the sand in between cooling dips and sipping beer while watching the sunset, still do it for you? Here at CD-Traveller towers, we want to know what you’re looking for from your annual leave this year. Let us know by posting a comment below!