Four Caribbean resorts to revive and rejuvenate your body and soul
The Caribbean is the perfect place for a wellness industry. With brilliant sunshine most days of the year, beaches in abundance, lush greenery and many fruits and fresh food around, this is definitely the place people can escape to when they need to unplug and recharge.
We found some resorts tucked away in some of the most beautiful islands in the region that cater to just that. So pack your bags and put aside some time to take care of yourself.
Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort have combined luxury and rejuvenation to launch a Wellness Retreat. The Windjammer Landing Wellness Retreat is a six-day all-inclusive yoga and spa vacation that offers hatha, vinyasa, power and restorative yoga classes. Guests can expect imaginative dishes including carrot, ginger and pumpkin soup, a chickpea tagine with herb and tahini scented couscous and pineapple carpaccio with handmade coconut sorbet for dessert. The signature treatment is the Windjammer Landing's Magnesium Wellness Massage designed to give weary travelers a boost in energy and to accelerate time zone adjustment, this service can be enjoyed unscented with sunflower oil rich in essential fatty acids or customised with a revitalizing essential oil blend. For more information on Windjammer Landing and the Wellness Retreat, running from June 2 - June 8, visit https://www.windjammer-landing.com/specials/wellness-package.
Located on a secluded beachside resort situated on the northwest coast of Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos, Amanyara allows you to relax and unwind in any one of its 38 timber shingled pavilions and 20 villas. The Aman spa has a range of services such as a sun salutation treatment with a coconut oil and sea salt exfoliation followed by a massage and wrap. There is also a Caribbean Stars lullaby water treatment to release tension, yoga and pilates and tennis for those who want to be more active. Amanyara also tailors its wellness services for children so you can make your trip a family affair. When it comes to dining, you can eat healthy with raw food options, fresh fish and organic produce from the aquaphonic vegetable garden.
This romantic boutique hotel, located on Grenada’s secluded Quarantine Beach in Morne Rouge, St Georges, is known for its beach yoga pavilion, Asian spa, Italian restaurant, and warm style that blends Balinese, Caribbean, and Italian influences. The Asian spa offers a variety of body treatments, a state of the art gym and organic garden. The hotel comprises 16 cottages and villas which are ideal for families and large groups. The villas come with their own private pools and guests have free access to books, games, music, and videos library, as well as to a couple of bikes and kayaks.
Le Guanahani & Spa, St Barth
Le Guanahani is spread out over 18 secluded tropical acres on its own peninsula. The St Barth property has 30 rooms, 27 suites and 10 signature suites all nestles in a landsape of local flowers. The property contained a Spa My Blend by Clarins which offers an adults-only swimming pool, steam room, private outdoor showers, relaxation areas and a spa boutique. According to the hotel’s website, Le Guanahani is one of only eight hotels in the world to offer My Blend, the first skincare brand to incorporate lifestyle factors such as climate, sleep, diet and stress into the development of its formulas. Wellness activities also include yoga, aqua fitness, Zumba, pilates and stand up paddle fitness. Before you book, please note that the hotel will reopen this year following extensive damage the hotel received following the passage of Hurricanes Irma and Maria in 2017.