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Can travel really transform your life? Black Tomato thinks so

Black Tomato is launching a set of innovative new travel experiences focused on creativity, entrepre..

By Sunday Herald Team , in Travel , at March 27, 2019

Black Tomato is launching a set of innovative new travel experiences focused on creativity, entrepreneurialism, family and community, sustainability and wellness.

Under the umbrella of Bring It Back, there will be seven “immersive itineraries” around the world that have been designed to address what the company sees as increasingly common needs and woes.

“We view travel as a step towards self-actualisation – a powerful tool that can provide answers to questions, solve problems, and help us realise goals that so often feel out of reach,” said Black Tomato co-founder Tom Marchant.

“Each itinerary is designed to help clients answer questions and gain understanding in relation to these specific areas, through known authorities and true experts in their fields.

"Our ambition is that these trips are the transformative travel experience of a lifetime.”

The trips include Peru, where the need addressed is the drive to live a healthier, more sustainable lifestyle.

“Peruvians have long had a close relationship with their land and ocean and what they reap from it,” said Marchant.

“Guests can reconnect with their surroundings and learn how sustainability, local sourcing and healthy living go hand in hand.

"They can participate in and learn from expert chefs in classes featuring Amazonian superfruits, then learn ancient earthen cooking techniques with local farmers.”

Also on the list is a trip to Copenhagen designed to help address the need for a better work/life balance and gain an understanding of the Danish work culture.

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