January is Wellness Month in Antigua and Barbuda and the Ministry of Tourism is ensuring that all is in place to accommodate just that
The month aims to bring greater awareness to many of our destination’s wellness offerings.
Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Authority’s Wellness Pillar Lead and Director of Tourism (Ag) Canada, Tameka Wharton said considering wellness in our daily lives is no longer a nice-to-have, it is a must-have and Antigua and Barbuda has an array of products, services, professionals, and natural assets to enhance the wellness journey of our guests.
“As we ramp up our marketing and promotional efforts across our source markets, we invite everyone in Antigua and Barbuda to participate in the Antigua and Barbuda Wellness Month activities”, Wharton said.
A mocktail-making session hosted by the Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Authority on social media kicked off the month, as the Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Authority’s Donyelle Browne, introduced online viewers to a refreshing pomegranate cocktail for those participating in ‘Dry January.’
Meanwhile, on January 14, the Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Authority teamed up with Antigua and Barbuda’s Wellness Weekend Ambassador Tricia Greenaway and Wadadli Trailblazers to explore a new trail that takes hikers to the pristine Rendezvous Beach. The hike is open to the public.
Hikers should prepare to move off from Falmouth Cricket Field at 5:45 a.m. Meeting time: 5:30 a.m.
Antigua and Barbuda Wellness Month also highlight a newly launched Meditation Circle at Antigua Vintage Tea House hosted by Most High Union.