Hyatt Hotels Corporation recently announced that over 40 unique ‘Explor-cation’ offerings are available around the globe throughout the summer and beyond, which are designed to immerse guests in local destinations and reignite the joy of travel before the summer begins. The ‘Explor-cations’ guarantees guests unique experiences and a brief but meaningful break from their daily grind to go on an adventure, explore something new, or focus on their wellbeing.

A few unique ‘Explor-cations’ experiences at Hyatt properties available to guests include:

Outdoor Explor-cations:

  • Grand Hyatt Vail in Colorado together with Vail Valley Anglers will customize fly-fishing experiences for guests giving them a chance to explore Gore Creek’s world-class Gold Medal fly-fishing waters in the majestic Rocky Mountains.
  • Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa in Texas: Tomahawk and archery classes are offered on-property where professional guides will teach guests above the age of five the art of using bow-and-throw tomahawks.
  • Alila Marea Beach Resort Encinitas in California has collaborated with local Surfin Fire Surf School to organize private surfing lessons for guests to wish to experience the thrill of the waves while learning the ins and outs of surfing.
  • Hyatt Place Aruba Airport gives guests the opportunity to get to experience Aruba’s wild side with an Adventure Package that includes a guided UTV tour for two to the famous Black Stone Beach and Cave Pool.
  • Grand Hyatt Singapore offers guests the opportunity to hear enchanting stories and secrets of Orchard Road and Emerald Hill, from a local tour guide though a two-hour walking tour. Each guest will also receive a box filled with traditional sweet and savory Nonya tea time delicacies.

Well-being Explor-cations:

  • Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort and Spa in New Mexico offers guests the chance to participate in the Tamaya Horse Rehab program as part of their stretch and ride package which includes yoga on the sacred land of the Santa Ana Pueblo and a trail ride on the open lands with spectacular views and natural tranquillity, to relax the mind, body and soul.
  • Grand Hyatt Baha Mar in The Bahamas where guests can channel their inner Zen while surrounded by the resort’s pink flamingo ambassadors named Baha, Lynden, Indy, and Luca.
  • Alila Hinu Bay in Oman offers a one-of-a-kind cultural immersion into Tawaatia village. Here guests can take a dip in the natural water pool, Ain Hashir, go on a short hike, dine on authentic Omani cuisine, as well as take part in a local beekeeping experience. Guests can also indulge in a relaxing treatment at Spa Alila.

Educational Explor-cations:

  • Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa offers a unique snorkelling adventure led by a marine biologist, where guests are taken on an amazing turtle quest to learn more about the sea turtles in the region.
  • Wild Dunes Resort, a Destination by Hyatt hotel in South Carolina, gives guests a chance to learn the traditional Charleston art of sweetgrass “sewing” from a local basket maker, Sarah Edwards-Hammond.
  • Ventana Big Sur offers guests, though an intimate introduction to hawks, owls and falcons, the chance to learn how they they play in the Big Sur environment.
  • Carmel Valley Ranch, part of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt guests are given the chance to explore the ancient magic of beekeeping through the lens of the Carmel Valley Ranch bees.

“By listening to our members and guests, we know they are yearning to get back on the road and explore new destinations, experience unique outdoor adventures, destress and re-energize, even if it’s just for a short trip. To care for our guests’ desire to do something new and different, and knowing that travel can positively impact our wellbeing, Hyatt properties have curated one-of-a-kind offerings guests can enjoy during their stays this summer to unwind, learn and explore while also fostering a genuine connection to the local destination,” said Asad Ahmed, SVP commercial services, Americas, Hyatt.


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