There has been a lot of discussion about ‘mindful travel’ as we finally emerge from the social distancing of the pandemic and can once again safely partake in the pleasure and adventure of travelling.
Are you a Divine Destination Collection fan? Did you have an exciting, or even life-changing journey with us to Machu Picchu in Peru, Scotland, or along the El Camino? Or are you intrigued by our special mix of adventure, luxury, and spirituality and hope to travel with us one day?
We’re thrilled to welcome a new partner to The Divine Destination Collection group of women owned, Canadian made travel related products and services.
After a two-year postponement due to COVID, The Divine Destination Collection’s trip to The Sacred South of France…The Mystery of Mary Magdalene is on schedule for June 5 to 12, 2023!
It’s amazing what can happen when we join forces to create something special.
The Divine Destination Collection has always partnered with special people around the world to create unique travel experiences. Now co-founders Allison Frame and Deb Niven are bringing that spirit of collaboration to the local level by partnering with some amazing Canadian artisans and retailers whose vision aligns with theirs – luxury, adventure, and spirituality.
I think we would all agree that the global pandemic has certainly changed our outlook on how we live our lives. “All across the world people seem to be talking more about mindfulness, being grounded, and connecting to a higher purpose,” says Allison Frame Co-Founder of The Divine Destination Collection.
From September 25 to 27 The Divine Destination Collection will be transforming the entire Whispering Springs Wilderness Retreat into Camp Divine for a three-day glamping trip in beautiful Grafton, Ontario. If the word “glamping” is not on your radar, you are not alone, as it is a relatively new concept…
It’s been a long winter and fresh new travel plans are springing up at The Divine Destination Collection.
After holding a special 10th-anniversary event to thank their loyal travellers, Divine by Design Travel Advisory Board members and some of their long-time partners…
A decade ago Deb Niven decided she wanted to create a travel product that would introduce or “unveil” more of the sacred, or spiritual side of a destination – while at the same time being different from the traditional spiritual adventure, such as a yoga retreat at an ashram or a backpacking trek through the Andes.
While 2021 will be forever remembered as the second year of the COVID pandemic, it was also notable for another distressing phenomenon – extreme weather. From snow storms in places that usually don’t get snow, to monsoons and flooding, and a heat dome that literally burned down the town of Lytton, B.C., climate change grabbed headlines all over the world.