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Trains, Retreats, and Sustainability

2022 was the year of traveling for fun, and 2023 could be the year of traveling for self-improvement with transformative wellness retreats.
A luxury yoga retreat in Mexico. Westend61/Getty Images.
CN Traveler predicts that travelers in 2023 will be seeking out transformative retreats that will help them become their best selves. Some focuses of 2023 travelers on these holistic retreats will be to overcome grief, find purpose, and move their bodies, according to the same source.
CN Traveler suggests planning retreats with Healing Holidays, a travel agency dedicated to wellness vacations, to find a trip that fits your personal goals. Town & Country Magazine recently published a list of the best wellness retreats to try, including Nayara Springs, a rainforest retreat in Costa Rica, and Inns of Aurora in New York, a four-day recharge trip geared toward solo travelers.
The magazine also wrote about Sensei Lanai, a wellness-focused Four Seasons Resort on the island of Lanai in Hawaii, which has a variety of curated retreats and well-being programs with yoga, meditation, saunas, and golf.
Insider previously visited Kamalaya, a wellness retreat in Thailand, for a week-long refresh. Read more about the experience here.



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