The global pandemic has not only led to change in the beauty trends but also in the health and wellness category. Today, people are conscious about their mental and physical well-being more than ever. With a fresh perspective and prime focus on nutrition and relaxation, wellness tourism is set to pick up its pace. Based on Global Wellness Institute report, the wellness tourism’s growth rate is said to witness a hike at an average annual rate of 7.5% by 2022. Anand Shekhawat, Regional Director of Aman Resorts in India, says “People will travel to places that offer health and wellness enhancing opportunities and tourism will shift from simple spa and leisure travel to health and wellness-focused travel.”