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When the world of wellness travel reopens will you be ready?

The Tourism Authority of Thailand and Health and Fitness Travel have joined ranks to train agents on Thailand’s wealth of wellness offerings.


Already over 100 agents across Australia have enrolled in the ‘Sell Your Way to Wellness’ agent famil and incentive program, with six spots on a famil up for grabs.


Agent feedback has been very positive with an overwhelming agreement that health and wellness travel will be just what the doctor ordered as coronavirus restrictions ease.



Kerrie from italktravel & cruise Bendigo Central says: Awesome training module, possibly the best one I have ever done. I have learnt more about wellness in tourism in this online training than I have in the last 27 years!! 


Why not upskill so that you offer even more to your clients when the borders are open again? 


There is even a chance you can nab a spot on the famil and experience a wellness break yourself. You can access the training for free here. The program runs through to 31 May 2021.


“We realise now more than ever how important our health is and there is pent-up demand for travel," Health and Fitness Travel director Samantha Lippiatt said. 


"If your clients have dreamed of a wellness holiday but never got around to it, now they will prioritise it.”


The first dedicated wellness travel famil is planned for July 2021 with a bespoke Health and Fitness Travel Fusion Fitness program plus return economy flights and including private accommodation, spa treatments, private wellness sessions and all meals at the award-winning retreat, Kamalaya in Koh Samui.


According to the Tourism Restart Taskforce, Australians may be able to starting flying to countries deemed ‘safe’ from September, no further advice is available as yet for travel to Thailand specifically however all the company’s partner retreats are offering very flexible booking terms and conditions and its dedicated team is on hand to help you make and manage your clients future plans.



Thailand Wellness News:

  • Kamalaya in Koh Samui has remained open throughout caring for lucky long term guests who opted to shelter in place or local guests in Thailand, they are looking forward to welcoming return and new international guests soon and are offering flexible booking terms and conditions for those who are ready to book now.
  • The BARAI in Hua Hin reopened on the 1st of June, committed to caring for your well-being with their enhanced hygiene measures now in place.
  • The Mangosteen Ayurveda & Wellness Resort in Phuket will open its doors again starting from 1st August offering dedicated Ayurveda and Wellness packages with early booking offers in place for those ready to book, also offering flexible terms and conditions so you can book your clients with confidence. 
  • Absolute Sanctuary also in Koh Samui is using this time to complete a makeover including a whole re-fresh for the bedrooms, lobby hall, restaurant, yoga reception, and more featuring a modern design, comfort, and functionality for future guests to look forward to when the borders are open and it’s time to travel to Thailand once again.


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