4 Reasons Why Taking A Vacation Is Actually Important For You

When all your days are same, change seems to be a miraculous escape. It works like magic, transforming your mood and rejuvenating your soul.

To experience this, all you need to do is steal some time from your hectic schedule and plan a short vacation. And the best place to vacation is one that is close to nature.

Getting yourself immersed within the breathtaking forest and being surrounded by the majestic landscapes rooted in nature's lap never fails to work its magic on you. Mother nature has a beautiful way of calming you down, doesn't it?

If you’ve been guilty of not taking a vacation for a really long time, it’s time you start planning for one. After all the hard work you’ve been doing, you certainly owe it to yourself. And it’s good for you in a lot of other ways too. Don’t just take our word for it. Here are 4 well-researched reasons that prove this right...

1. It keeps you in good shape

How many of us are able to squeeze time in our busy schedule for exercising regularly? Not many.

Utilizing your break time to indulge in physical activities is a great start to a healthy lifestyle. This is also a great way to free yourself from your daily stressful routine life. As it is often said, ‘All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.’

Not just that, it can also lead to several other health problems like...

  • Sleep disorder
  • Indigestion of food
  • Depression and Anxiety, etc.

If a short vacation every once in a while can help you keep all these problems at bay, nothing better than that, right?

2. It allows you to ponder over that big idea of yours

Remember that ‘big idea’ you’ve always had that you secretly believe could change your life forever? Isn’t it a pity you’ve forgotten about it in between all the other important things in life? Vacation is a perfect time to bring it to life again.

Nature's setting is known to mould your decision-making power, making it more purposeful and result driven.

3. It increases your productivity

It is a known truth that our attention span is very limited. Nature vacation is the perfect way to get it back on track.

When you are constantly working for long periods without any breaks, your productivity is affected. Taking a vacation adds quality to your work, makes you more creative, increases your energy level and helps you get back to work with a refreshed mind and new energy.

4. It gives you time to learn new skills

Disconnect from routine. Get occupied with something new. Use your free time to read books or indulge in activities that help you improve. Challenge your perception by exploring a new place and embrace the change. It is sure to broaden your horizon and also learn new skills.

The best place to vacation is one that is close to nature.

At the Shillim Eco-Wellness Retreat, you can enliven yourself amidst the beauty of nature. Engulf in the freshness of the breathtaking forest, with its fresh air across your face while you take in its unique ambiance.

Enjoy your stay, witness, and tingle your taste buds with varieties of organic cuisines offered.

Grab the opportunity to learn more in your leisure time. The Shillim Estate Retreat and Spa offers it all. Come, experience the magic.

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  • Wellness is a theme throughout the resort. All food at The Green Table restaurant is organic and my lunch there was a delight, from the chilled beetroot and orange soup to the superb imported Black Angus fillet.

    All ingredients at this restaurant are sourced from local farms, and the resort is in the process of planting an organic vegetable garden. There are four more restaurants at Shillim Estate serving French, Mediterranean and Asian food, as well as customised food experiences, where guests can pick a scenic spot on the property to dine in private.

    After lunch I trekked up to the highest point on the property, a grassy plateau with grandstand views of Lake Pawna. From here, the resort’s isolation becomes wonderfully clear. The lake and its surrounding peaks are all you can see for miles around. Bike riding, trekking, fishing, picnicking and paragliding are the main guest activities on offer; there are also future plans for horse-riding at an equestrian centre.

    As the day drew to a close, I headed to the Valley Bar at the glass-walled Clubhouse, which has an outdoor deck for cigar enthusiasts. Sipping on a glass of Henschke Julius Eden Valley Riesling wine as the hills glowed orange in the setting sun was a suitable end to a spectacular day.

    In addition to the luxurious experience Shillim Estate has created, the retreat’s real achievement is giving guests the chance to dissolve into nature and truly escape from the world, while still being close to home