Destinations that heal the soul
Undoubtedly, there are endless places that allow us to find ourselves, which, with their landscapes, provide us with an environment that helps us to pause and appreciate the world around us; to breathe slower; to reflect on our life and, therefore, it gives us the opportunity to heal our soul.
The Merzouga Desert, Morocco
When you are in the desert, you look into infinity and it makes you feel terribly small and also in a strange way, quite large. This lets you feel the freedom that we all need right now, endless landscapes that make you appreciate yourself more as a person, that freedom that gives you the opportunity to be what you never thought you would be.
It is a place where the sunrises are beautiful, the sunsets are unforgettable and the nights are something that you will want to repeat. The Sahara Desert, a place to never forget!
“An offline place to connect with ourselves”.
Camino de Santiago, Spain
Whether for religious, cultural or adventure reasons, it is a pilgrimage tour that you must do at least once in your life. It is said that at the end of the route you end up with a feeling that you just have healed your soul, since you achieve a goal after several days of effort.
A tour that you can take accompanied or alone. So many days of walking stimulate reflection, and that has very positive therapeutic effects. 114 km and 5 days through the Galician countryside, between oak forests, beautiful landscapes and spectacular gastronomy.
“A journey that will make you feel happier and wiser”.
Gangtey Monastery, Bhutan
Traveling to the Buddhist Kingdom of Bhutan to a monastery in the heart of the Himalayas, is one of the most fascinating destinations. A place to enjoy a week learning about Buddhist culture and practicing meditation together with the monks.
A unique experience for all those people who are in search of inner peace and who want to deepen with themselves. Splendid landscapes, intact ancient traditions and a special place to practice meditation.
“Bhutan is recognized as the happiest country in the world”.
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