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Mindful, immersive, simple travel shorn of fluff is defining journeys for today’s traveller

Going back to basics is the new gold standard. Lives are complicated and most people find it hard to maintain balance between mind, body and spirit. So, when they travel, sometimes all they want are fewer yet exceptional options. American psychologist Barry Schwartz says that eliminating choice reduces anxiety and leads to greater happiness and this is something both travel companies and those choosing to travel agree with.

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