Take the Stress out of Transfers and Trips

By CSL Staff
February 28, 2019

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Travelling should not make your stress levels soar. CSL’s has tips and advice how to ease the stress when you transfer and once you get there.

TWO WAYS TO TAKE THE STRESS OUT OF GETTING THERE

1/ The newest trend in hotel transfers is by helicopter. It’s quick, easy and in some places the only way to reach your private escape. Leave the road and sidewalk behind, cut out traffic and raise your adrenaline. Roger that!

2/ At London’s Heathrow airport, easily book your seat aboard Heathrow Express online or when arriving (signs for the train are clearly visible). Spacious, contemporary and comfortable, the train features complimentary onboard wi-fi and pulls into Paddington station in less than twenty minutes, with no traffic or hassle. heathrowexpress.com

WAYS TO LESSEN STRESS WHEN YOU GET THERE

Stress and anxiety plague modern life but taking a vacation with a focus on nature is a way to truly disconnect and recharge. According to a 2016 study presented at the 14th Asia Pacific Council on Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Education, nature-based tourism is positive for well-being. CSL has rounded up some of the best ways to enjoy nature while travelling.

Walk: There are several coastal self-guided walking routes around the world from the Camino dos Faros in Spain to the South West Coast Path in Britain, to Canada’s own famed Great Trail.

Safari: It’s not just about seeing the big 5 in places like Botswana or Kenya anymore, safaris have evolved to include spotting rare birds like the quetzal in Costa Rica and volunteering to save the tigers in India.

Beach: he sounds of nature are incredibly soothing. Just because you’ve booked an all-inclusive does not mean you can’t benefit from the restorative powers of listening to the ocean, hiking or snorkelling.


This original travel article first appeared in the Winter 2018/19 issue of City Style and Living Magazine.

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