Travelling for Well-being


Travelling for goodness sake.

Have you ever wondered how may benefits travelling can have on your wellbeing and what it could be like to chose where to travel with that in mind? Would the journeys we take have a profound influence on our well-being?

If wellbeing is found when we create the right conditions to thrive, then if we chose locations, destinations and environments for our holidays that considered this. It would make sense that our trips would leave us feeling energised, at peace, grounded or inspired.

How nice would it be to just feel right leaving a sense of unforced positivity and acceptance in both mind and body.

Wellbeing is difficult to measure as it considers emotion and values non-financial benefits, like how you feel and your quality of life – as you experience it.

Ultimately,  “The most important relationship in your life is the relationship you have with yourself. Because no matter what happens, you will always be with yourself” – Diane Von Fustenberg

When travelling you learn so much about yourself, especially if you can follow your passions and immerse yourself in your environment, the food you are eating and the people you meet along the way.

Travelling teaches us to be adaptable and more embracing of change through adventure and new experiences.

When we experience new places and cultures, we expand the mind, learn new things and ultimately grow in understanding and knowledge. I love these travelling quotes and how they highlight how much your travel experiences influence how you think and feel.

“You lose sight of things, and when you travel, everything balances out” –Daranna Gidel

Travelling can make us grateful for what we have, we can become complacent and accepting of what is, rather than appreciating all the little things we take for granted, our families, health and opportunities to live the most fulfilled lives.

“A good traveller has no fixed plans and is not intent on arriving.” – Lao Tzu

Travel can gift us the sense of freedom, distances us from our everyday lives and if you take that time to reflect and appreciate the space to do what makes you happy, you’ll find yourself rejuvenated and energised

“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone” –Neale Donald Walsch

By getting curious, we can stretch and grow our beliefs of who we are and our capabilities. Get out there and explore, it may not always feel comfortable, but as you work through the fears and challenges, your confidence grows, and we formulate new perception of what’s possible.

Travelling with your well-being considered in the planning, can help you find destinations and experiences that will have the positive effects discussed. This ethos is at the core of our Concierge Travel service, knowing where to go, how to make it less stressful and ultimately finding you a trip that has you and anyone travelling with you feeling invigorated, excited, re-energised and ultimately feeling ‘well’ in yourself.

We have numerous Travel experiences across the world, it’s not all about Spa’s and Yoga – its about you, and we can wait to hear all your travel aspirations.

Rebecca Tucker