Kale and all-day hikes not required.
Practice the eat-sleep-beach lifestyle in San Diego. Catch a wave or stroll in the sand. It’s no wonder 50-year-olds look 35 on California’s south coast.
The heat-cool-repeat Scandinavian spas of Whistler, BC, and a luscious farm-to-table meal help restore energy after skiing, hiking, or other active pursuits.
The calm canals around Miami’s Intracostal Waterway are a perfect place to build core strength on a stand-up paddleboard.
Hawaii’s natural assets—the surf, the sand, the land—beg to be explored via hiking, running, swimming or paddling.
Australia is home to many health havens, but the Great Barrier Reef is the top place for adventure, natural beauty and exercise.
In Finland you heat up and sweat-it-out in the sauna, followed by cool-down plunges in nearby lakes or pools to soothe muscles and flush toxins.
On Bonaire’s Lac Bay, you can windsurf or swim in waist-deep, hot tub-temperature water for a mile in each direction.
Instead of watching the journey to Peru’s Macchu Piccu from a bus window, trek along ancient Inca paths to 8,000 feet above sea level.
Stay on shore’s edge on Thailand’s Cha Am Beach and do daily yoga overlooking the beach. The far-reaching sandbar beckons for a late-afternoon jog.
Surfers in Morocco caravan along the shore in search of the best morning breaks and spend afternoons taking in the mystique of the sand-covered surroundings.
Where do you go for a healthy vacation? Tell us in the comments!