Elevating wellness worldwide
Stats from this year’s event also revealed details about the countries that took part.
Brazil was deemed the most active country with more than 509 participating venues and 715 free activities on offer. Spain was the second most active with 464 venues and 725 activities. While Japan, Italy and the UK were third, fourth and fifth respectively. The top ten also included Argentina, Vietnam, France, India and Canada.
Also revealed were the most active spa, resort and hotel brands. With 62 spas offering 76 activities, Jiva Spa was deemed the most active spa in the world. In Brazil, Buddha Spa was the most active spa brand with 52 spas each offering an activity. In Asia, Mandara & Chevana Spa was the most active spa brand, while in France, Groupe Snow was the most active with 11 spas and 11 activities. Peninsula Hot Springs in Australia was the most active hot spring in the world, offering an impressive 21 activities at just one venue, while the Rotary Club in was the most active philanthropy club in the Caribbean, with 22 clubs offering 25 activities.
Meanwhile, Vila Gale was named the most active hotel group in Europe with 28 participating hotels and 53 activities on offer, while Anantara and Banyan Tree were the most active resort and hotel groups in Asia. In the Caribbean, Excellence Resorts and Melia Punta Cana Beach were the most active.