Truth Behind Travel

What does it take to be an authentic Wellness Tourism Destination?

April 27, 2023 Dolores Semeraro Season 3 Episode 63
Truth Behind Travel
What does it take to be an authentic Wellness Tourism Destination?
Show Notes

Vice Chair of Wellness Tourism Initiative on Wellness Tourism Destination at The Global Wellness Institute Lindsay Madden-Nadeau shares how a Tourism Destination can truly embraces its wellness potentials.

On this episode, Lindsay speaks to podcast host Dolores Semeraro about the research work done through the Wellness Tourism Initiative and the key findings that are showcasing aligning factors across destinations around the world on what does it take to actually be able to call themselves a 'wellness tourism destination'. 

Learn more about the Wellness Tourism Initiative on here 

Dolores Semeraro is an internationally recognized tourism keynote speaker and trainer who has inspired thousands of people in the tourism industry to build a stronger, more sustainable, and more resilient future of travel.

In her keynotes, Dolores shares with her audience how to develop sustainable marketing thinking through her action-oriented thought process, which observes the interconnectivity of the stages in the travel product life cycle.

By applying this process, operators in the tourism, travel, and hospitality sectors can visibly enhance the longevity of their marketing strategies, effectively rendering them more sustainable in the long term for the well-being of all stakeholders involved.

Dolores is a passionate advocate for responsible travel, sustainability, and innovation. With her signature Mediterranean warmth and straightforwardness, she encourages audiences to challenge their "Business As Usual" status and strive for the improvement of the tourism industry and the well-being of all stakeholders.

Through her decades-long experience in the industry, she has motivated hoteliers and tourism professionals to take action, enhance their communication, and create a purposeful and innovative tourism ecosystem.

She also advocates for slow travel, exemplified by her extensive travels with her husband and beloved dog in their campervan. When not chronicling ...