Wealthy wellness travellers, who are more prepared to spend money on themselves than traditional holidaymakers, are tipped to help the industry grow to be worth US$919 billion by 2022. Photo: Amanera/Facebook
Wealthy wellness travellers, who are more prepared to spend money on themselves than traditional holidaymakers, are tipped to help the industry grow to be worth US$919 billion by 2022. Photo: Amanera/Facebook

How wealthy travellers have turned ‘wellness tourism’ into US$639 billion industry

Big-spending travellers fire demand for celebrity ‘wellness summits’, such as Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop events, and opt for spirituality retreats and ‘self care’ resorts

Wealthy wellness travellers, who are more prepared to spend money on themselves than traditional holidaymakers, are tipped to help the industry grow to be worth US$919 billion by 2022. Photo: Amanera/Facebook
Wealthy wellness travellers, who are more prepared to spend money on themselves than traditional holidaymakers, are tipped to help the industry grow to be worth US$919 billion by 2022. Photo: Amanera/Facebook
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