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expert ASK THE 5 kimpton seafire resort & spa, grand cayman


If ‘vino and vinyasa’ sounds like your clients’ ideal combination, look no further than Grand Cayman’s stylish Kimpton Seafire Resort & Spa, which offers yoga sessions followed by a daily wine hour in the library. Stand-up paddleboard yoga, beach fit, box fit and various other fitness sessions are also on tap (all included in the price), plus free bike hire, while at the spa you’ll find aromatherapy massages, reflexology treatments, a hammam and plenty more (look out for the


quartz beds, complete with healing stones designed to enhance the treatments). Book it: Rates start from £332 per night. seafireresortandspa.com


“When it comes to selling a wellness holiday in the Caribbean, agents need to understand what their clients are looking for and ensure the right journey is explained to them. There are many types of wellness holidays and it’s important that the journey they present to their client reflects those goals. We have seen the industry grow and evolve over the past 30 years. In the beginning there was a strong focus on fitness and exercise.


However, over the years, as the industry has developed, we’ve seen much more of a focus on overall wellbeing, and there’s no one target age – our clients range from 20 to 85. The concept of wellness is now widely known and because of this, living your best life is a concept for both young and old.”


Andrew Barnard, deputy managing director, BodyHoliday


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amanera, dominican republic


It’s all about natural healing methods at this tranquil Aman resort, with boat trips to bird sanctuaries, jungle hikes and mountain treks all on offer, alongside tennis, horse riding and kite surfing, plus golf at an adjoining 18-hole course. But the most unusual offering? Its range of medicinal herbal treatments, inspired by the shamanic traditions of the island’s indigenous Taino people, and the palo santo smudging ceremony, an ancient Hispanic ritual which uses the aromas of smoke from sacred wood, touted for its healing properties. The property is perched on a cliff, so if the rest isn’t enough to


calm mind and body, the serene blues should be. Book it: Room-only rates start at £1,665, including all taxes, based on two guests sharing. aman.com


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