Enjoy breathtaking Himalayan views along the way and delicious local cuisine

If you find it hard to sit still on holiday, sign up for one of these fun fitness breaks. Not only will enjoy amazing views, but you’ll even come home with a six-pack too

Go Trekking In Nepal

As soon as you touch down in Nepal’s capital of Kathmandu, head straight for the hills surrounding Pokhara. Pokhara is the gateway to the Annapurna mountain range and offers trails that will suit both families with young children and avid trekkers. Or if you’re looking for something more challenging, sign up for the iconic Annapurna Base Camp trek that lasts from eight to 10 days depending on fitness levels. Whichever hike you choose, enjoy breathtaking Himalayan views along the way and delicious local cuisine.Cap your adventure off with a night or two at Dwarika’s Resort Dhulikhel, a stunning property with a wellness focus where you can indulge in spa treatments and rest those sore muscles.



Book A Bootcamp In Thailand

Step out of the aircon and burn calories in the sunshine. Chai Talay Estate in Thailand offers bootcamps, yoga and boxing classes, as well as biking tours and paddle boarding too. This resort is also great for families as each villas not only has a children’s play zone and pool but they offer babysitting services. And if your tiny tots are as energetic as you are they can sign up for the kids fitness class too.

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Hit The Slopes In Niseko

With some of the freshest powder in the world, Niseko is Asia’s hottest ski resort. Regardless of your ski level, the area has terrain for the littlest beginners right through to off piste and heliski options for the experts. After a long day on the slopes, unwind in one of the main onsens or indulge in a relaxing massage. And because you’ll need to refuel at some stage, take advantage of the amazing dining options in the town of Hirafu ranging from sushi and shabu shabu to world-class international cuisine and steaming hot bowls of ramen.

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Explore The Reef In Indonesia 

Diving, snorkeling and swimming are all excellent ways to burn calories, and what better way to fit in a week of all three than aboard a liveaboard? Indonesia runs some of the world’s finest luxury vessels through some of the most spectacular dive sites on the planet. Depending on season, take your pick from places such as Raja Ampat, Komodo Islands, Bali or Alor. Cruises incorporate at least two dives a day, and often anchor at secluded bays where guests can then explore the islands.



Climb A Mountain In Borneo

At just over 4,000 metres, Mount Kinabalu is one of the highest mountains in Southeast Asia and a great one to tick off your bucket list. You will conquer most of the mountain on the first day, then do the final push to the summit the next morning after a short cat nap at the hillside hotel. Enjoy the lush scenery, fresh air and colourful wildlife before booking in for a massage at your beachfront hotel.


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