Destination Canada offers diverse incentive destinations to revitalise teams
With constant connectivity and endless video calls brought on by the pandemic, many employees are struggling. As a result, companies are increasingly turning to incentive reward trips that offer wellness components to help their top performers unwind and recharge. Destination Canada wants to share three unique ways to deliver experiences that today’s employees want:
1. A picturesque seaside retreat. With its rolling green hills, gourmet cuisine and endless ocean horizon, Fox Harb’r in Nova Scotia offers an escape for employees looking to relax. The renowned Dol-as Spa boasts an incredible selection of ocean-inspired treatments, from warm sea stone massages to detoxifying marine mud treatments.
2. Experience true remoteness at a wilderness resort. Situated within a million-acre protected biosphere off the western coast of Vancouver Island, Clayoquot Wilderness Resort offers a range of restorative experiences. After taking a scenic 45-minute helicopter ride from Vancouver, guests can rest in a luxurious canvas tent on the water’s edge. Evenings are spent enjoying five-star coastal cuisine under a star-filled sky.
3. Go off grid on Canada’s west coast. Situated in British Columbia’s Desolation Sound, the ultra-secluded Klahoose Wilderness Resort is the perfect destination for high achievers who want to escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. After arriving by boat or plane, incentive groups are greeted with a traditional Klahoose drumming and welcome song on the veranda.
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