Yoga often gets the spotlight when it comes to health and wellness retreats. But, you don’t have to be a yogi to embark on a fitness- or health-related trip. Take a look at these fitness-centric retreats, and consider dedicating your next trip to becoming healthier and more active.
Bikini Bootcamp, Tulum, Mexico
If you take a trip with Bikini Bootcamp, be prepared to move your body and have loads of fun in the process! A typical day includes morning journaling, stretching on the beach, and a power walk, followed by various workouts. Activities also include salsa, belly dancing classes, meditation and more.
Canyon Ranch, Tuscon, Arizona
You’ll find yoga classes at the luxurious Canyon Ranch, but there are also Pilates and other fitness activities to enjoy, both outside and inside. Like most health retreats, an all-inclusive stay here won’t be cheap, but the amenities are certainly world-class, and you’ll end your stay feeling revitalized.
Escape to Shape, Worldwide
This particular fitness spa hosts retreats throughout the world. Laos, Japan, Morocco and more have all been home to these getaways. You can combine fitness with cultural immersion in a luxurious setting by enjoying everything from guided hikes to massages to cooking classes.
Fitness Adventure Travel, Worldwide
If you’re looking for a dose of adventure with your workout, look no further. The experts at Fitness Adventure Travel lead trips around the world and each one is sure to get your heart rate up and your adrenaline pumping. You can conquer Kilimanjaro, learn Muy Thai in Thailand and more.
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