It's not goodbye, but see you later
The world is opening up and our wonderful guests are starting to travel again. While this is welcome news for the wild places that we support and the animals and people that call them home, it means that we need to do a little readjusting to make sure that we can fully focus on both our real-life guests and our virtual ones.
In order to do this, we will have to put our &Beyond Connect Virtual Experiences and daily WILDwatch Live safaris temporarily on hold as we find the right balance to ensure our guides, chefs and wellness practitioners can meet the expectation of all our online and offline guests.
We absolutely love bringing &Beyond into your homes, offices and schools, and promise we will do our best to ensure that this is not a final goodbye, but simply a ‘see you later’.
An experience for mind, body and soul
Carefully curated wellness sessions to leave you in a better place
Our journeys promise to leave the world, and you, in a better place. But during these uncertain times, when it’s difficult to travel, we have partnered with a selection of wellbeing practitioners from Africa and South America to bring the therapeutic aspects of self-discovery, reconnection and adventure, into your homes.
From the healing attributes of the ancient Japanese practice of Shinrin Yoku (Forest Therapy) to the sultry moves of the tango; these virtual experiences will engage your mind, body and soul.
FOREST THERAPY: USD 120 for 1h30; bookings can be made for a private session or a group with a maximum of 6 people. Conducted in English or Spanish.
TANGO: USD 110 (2 people), USD 180 (4 people), USD 240 (6 people) for 1hr session. All sessions are private.
Conducted in English, Spanish, Portuguese or French.
Great for friends & family (suggested 14 yrs and older) or small corporate teams to enjoy (max. 6 people)
Forest Therapy – English, Spanish
Tango – English, Spanish, Portuguese & French
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Meet your practitioners
Born and raised in Buenos Aires, Luciana Rial has had a love for tango ever since she was a little girl. Passionately dancing for 28 years and teaching for 24, her dance has explored diverse cultures and taught others the richness of her own. Having trained dancers throughout Europe and various countries around Latin America, her studio, home, and heart will always be in the world capital of the tango, Argentina.
Students from all over the globe travel to the heart of Buenos Aires to take classes at her studio, El Divino Abasto Tango. This famous dance studio has seen 70 members of the London Symphonic Orchestra take their very first steps, welcoming the youth Olympic athletes and hosting the opening night for participants of the G20 Summit.
Her philosophy is that anyone and everyone can dance once they understand the message behind the tango, a beautiful blend of sadness and sensuality.
Giovanna Raineri Blanco
Forest Therapy, or Shinrin Yoku, is the soulful practice of being in nature, which allows us to awaken our senses and reconnect with others, our natural surrounds, and ourselves. Watch the video here.
While most of the physiological benefits (such as the lowering of stress hormones, boosting the immune system and decreasing our blood pressure) come from the simple exposure to our natural environment, a guided Forest Therapy session follows a standard series of invitations that help participants reconnect, slow down and awaken their senses.
Based in Chile, Giovanna trained in France and is a fully-qualified Nature and Forest Therapy Guide with the US-based Association of Nature and Forest Therapy.
From a peaceful riverine forest in Chile’s Lake District, Giovanna gently guides participants from the comforts of their own gardens, a nearby park, or surrounded by their favourite house plants. It is an invitation to switch off, slow the pace, focus on your breathing and appreciate your surroundings.