Are you a Canadian thinking of exploring your own country over the summer? Think of taking a Wellness Staycation? A recent survey by Berlin-based Tourlane, an online travel website for tailor-made vacations, indicated that Canada was the third most popular destination for post-pandemic travel. Canada followed South Africa and New Zealand on this list. Below, in random order, are suggestions to help you become inspired for your Wellness Staycation in Canada.
But first of all, what is a Wellness Staycation?
We’re rounded up some suggestions for planning your own Wellness Staycation in Canada:
Wellness Things to Know about four Canadian provinces
Canada’s best Scenic Drives
From coast to coast, the country is home to a vast collection of scenic drives and inspirational views. Here is a round-up of the best scenic drives in Canada
Brain Health Option in Vancouver
For those expanding their wellness routine this summer to include brain fitness, to keep their minds sharp and their moods uplifted; the Brain Butlers of Vancouver, B.C. provide a wide range of online or in-person services that nourish both the hardware and software of the human mind. You’ll find more info at the Vancouver Dementia Prevention Center.
Fitness Activities and Adventures in Canada
Canada is a great destination to enjoy a fitness adventure or vacation. So whether you prefer, for instance, hiking, cycling, kayaking or canoeing here’s a round-up for fitness-focused adventures in Canada
Four Best Hot Springs in Canada
When we take stock of Canada’s natural hot springs with full-service spas, here are the Big Four
Four Best Cycling Regions of B.C.
When it comes to cycling, southern British Columbia offers some of the world’s best terrain. Here are four regions to hit the cycling trails in BC
Gros Morne Mountain in Newfoundland
At 806 metres, Gros Morn Mountain is the second highest peak on the island of Newfoundland. Here our story of hiking the 16 km (10 mile) trail to the top.
Kayaking the Golf Islands of B.C.
It’s a beautiful sunny morning in April and we’re in a ‘weather window’ on Mayne Island, one of the smallest of the B.C. Gulf Islands. Read our story
Le Monastère des Augustine, Quebec
Located in the heart of Old Quebec City, the restored 17th century Le Monastère des Augustine – now part wellness-focused boutique hotel – offers a peaceful year-round sanctuary, where breakfasts are taken in silence, the colorful gardens ease the mind and yoga takes place in the building’s stunning historic vault.
Whispering Springs Infuses the Canadian Outdoors Experience with Luxury
Ontario’s clamping hot spot is Whispering Springs Wilderness Retreat. Travel to Wellness contributor Erin Davis visited for this story.
Yoga in Canada
For the ever-growing number of yoga enthusiasts, there are an increasing number of places in Canada to participate in this healthy practice. Here are just a few
The above comprise just a handful of the many Canadian experiences available coast to coast under the banner of Wellness Staycations. We’ll be adding new options as they come to our attention.
Kingfisher Oceanside Resort & Spa , B.C.
Designed to emulate the island’s natural seaside elements, the Kingfisher Oceanside Resort & Spa offers guests a cave-like feel with a number of incorporated water features. More on Kingfisher
Hotels and resorts in Canada and elsewhere are beginning to reopen and welcome guests once again.
Three Top Cooking Classes in Vancouver
Whether you want to top up your nutritional knowledge, learn all about fare trade or you just feel like getting your hands dirty in the kitchen, Here are three top cooking classes in Vancouver
Quebec’s Nordic Spas
The province of Quebec offers the largest collection of “Nordik spas” where the focus is on taking-the-waters. Here’s a story on Le Nordik Nature Spa
We’ll be adding more inspiration for Wellness Staycations in Canada as they come to our attention.