Are you thinking of booking a holiday but don’t want to spend it sprawled out on the beach? You’re in luck!
There’s a wide range of active vacation destinations around the world to keep fitness fanatics everywhere happy and in shape.
Whether you’re into watersports, cycling, walking or something else, read on to find out more about our top five active holidays.
White water rafting
Head to Patagonia to raft the Rio Futaleufu in Chile with Earth River Expeditions.
They offer a unique multi-camp journey complete with riverside stone hot tubs, hot showers, cliffside dining, tree houses and cliff dwellings with beds.
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Visit Clyde Park in Montana where the women of Big Sky Yoga Retreats host a variety of styles of yoga retreats.
Their yoga and hiking retreat combines daily yoga and hiking with deep discussions, reflection, intention setting and meditation.
Alternatively, ramp the intensity up a notch with Winter Wonderland – a three-night stay that includes daily yoga lessons, meditation, Nordic ski lessons and daily snowshoeing.
Whether you like to travel in a group or alone, Country Walkers can plan your dream walking vacation for you.
With destinations spread all over the globe, from Croatia and Czech Republic in Europe, Botswana and Uganda in Africa, to Laos and Bhutan in Asia, Country Walkers has a destination to suit everyone.
Country Walkers is the way to go for ‘hyper-local, virtuoso guides’, that invent creative experiences to fully immerse you in your holiday destination.
National Geographic Adventure voted Sacred Rides the best ‘Mountain Bike Tour Company on Earth’ and it’s easy to see why.
With 15 epic countries to choose from you can ride through perilous Patagonia, mountain bike in Slovenia or enjoy the action and adventure of Newfoundland.
Not only do they organise ambitious adventures, Sacred Rides is also dedicated to the communities in which they ride through by hiring local guides and sourcing local suppliers.
National Geographic has named Nosara, Costa Rica, as one of the top 20 surfing spots in the world.
The Harbour Reef Surf Hotel there is a hidden gem specialises in providing a surf retreat on the west coast of Costa Rica.
Tucked away from the main tourist areas, Nosara offers stunning surfing or you can venture into the nearby jungle for zip lining.
Whether you’re a novice or an advanced surfer, the waves are welcoming to everyone.