Belmond presents Good Living, enriching experiences that take travel to a new dimension

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With its new Good Living concept, Belmond takes its promise of timeless experiences for guests to a new level. This groundbreaking concept – revealed in early October at the Royal Academy of Arts in London – is a celebration of art de vivre thanks to memorable experiences that Belmond has conceived to bring travelers unique moments and evocative encounters. Good Living will be introduced in 2020.

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For more than 40 years,  Belmond has brought its guests unique experiences in inspiring destinations, spanning hotels, trains and cruise ships. Inspired by an avant-garde spirit, Belmond has continually reinvented high-end travel. Today, the Maison reveals an exciting new concept called Good Living, to be rolled out in 2020 with a selection of memorable experiences at selected Belmond establishments.

With Belmond Experience Makers – experts in their respective fields – travelers will share one-of-a-kind experiences that enrich both body and mind. Good Living events have been designed as journeys for the mind and the senses, inviting guests to discover destinations from a fresh perspective.

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Good Living travelers will, for example, discover the treasures of Sicily through poetry, or a mindfulness retreat on the Caribbean island of Anguilla. In Portugal’s Madeira region guests will explore the evocative scents and properties of flowers. Adventurous travelers will be guided on a cruise in Myanmar by Raha Moharrak, the youngest Arab woman to summit Mount Everest. These exceptional experiences are an invitation to discover a new way to travel.

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