How about a holiday or vacation with exercise to lose belly fat that also allows you to enjoy yourself and even feel pampered?
RELAX... fitness experts are encouraging people to do things they really like, saying that “no sweat” exercise like cycling, walking and yoga, is best in the long run!
Here's lots of options for finding the right healthy holiday for your interests and for your fitness level:
Here is an overview with ideas for an international fitness holiday in some of the world's most stunning locations:
Travel holidays have changed! From gorilla watching to whale watching...
Gorilla watching! You can now travel to the misty mountains of Rwanda for a hike among gorillas, and stay at luxury eco accomodations.
Rwanda is becoming a safe boutique destination. No more poaching of gorillas, as local communities benefit from travellers wanting nature and comfort.
Whale watching is exiting around the world!
Health and fitness travel includes a wide variety of activities that can suit many different tastes and abilities:
Here's health and fitness travel with fun and adventure, for solo travelling or with a friend:
Crystal cruises offer yoga, Pilates, tai chi, fitness centers, space for outdoor walking or jogging, healthful menus and motivating lectures on getting fit.
The Caribbean Floating Gym has a 3 story climbing wall, a full boxing ring, and body boarding in the wave pool, for families and for adults.
Hope you've found these health and fitness travel links helpful.
Let us know if you've had a rewarding holiday of fun and exercise in nature, such as:
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