Wellness tourism means secondary activities for most global travellers | The Insight Files | Scoop.it

Wellness tourism is about as wide-ranging as the travel industry itself and there’s a vast spectrum of the types of trips that travellers take to improve their well-being. As more airports add spas and hotels create or acquire brands designed to help travellers maintain healthy lifestyles, most global travellers aren’t taking trips specifically for wellness purposes. This is according to research from the Global Wellness Institute, an organisation that educates the public and private sectors about preventative health and wellness. Only seven per cent of all global leisure trips in 2015 were wellness related, Global Wellness Institute found, and of that, about 89 per cent of trips were for secondary wellness experiences and 11 per cent were primary wellness trips. Find out more.