Recent years have seen the rise of wellbeing travel with the Global Wellness Summit’s Wellness Trends report stating that 2018 was a “new era of transformative travel”. In 2017, 691 million travellers took wellness specific trips that focused on the pursuit of maintaining or enhancing one’s personal wellbeing. The awareness and emphasis on wellbeing is on the increase, where travellers want to spend their time off investing in themselves. And with wellness broadening from the initial spas and yoga retreats, to now encompass a wide variety of activities that are good for general health and well-being, where better to invest in healthy travel than Malawi? It has many ways in which you can do just that – from walking trails, hiking, biking, horse trails, scuba diving, and a few yoga retreats!
Mumbo Island: remote relaxation
Mumbo Island is an idyllic uninhabited tropical island in Lake Malawi and protected as