June 29, 2017 – Indura Beach & Golf Resort, part of Curio — a Collection by Hilton, invites guests to elevate their vacation experience by reconnecting with nature and letting go of distractions by digitally detoxing. Set within the Jeanette Kawas National Park on 1,800 lush green acres, Indura transfers guests to an easily accessible yet remote coast in Northern Honduras where turning off electronic devices is part of the experience. Here, guests are inspired to find new ways to reconnect with nature, indigenous cultures, and each other, allowing them to release the stress that can result from a constantly connected lifestyle.
“More and more we learn about the impact digital technology has on our health and stress levels,” explains Jose Antonio Gutierrez, General Director of Indura. “At Indura, guests are naturally inclined to ‘turn off’ and go at their own pace for a few days. Just 72 hours of this disconnect can recharge a person fully, allowing them to be more productive upon their return home.”
To digitally detox at Indura, guests can request that all electronic equipment in their room be disconnected. Upon detaching from electronics, guests will appreciate the natural setting within a tropical jungle that inspires encounters with wildlife, flora and nearby native communities — the Garifuna.
“We firmly believe Indura offers the winning combination of natural attractions, adventure and wellness-oriented activities required for guests to truly unplug,” added Gutierrez. “The opportunity to enjoy life without any electronic distractions is greatly valued by our guests and we are committed to assuring our visitors leave feeling re-energized.”
Responding to the trend of ‘transformational travel’ — travel defined by a shift in perspective, self-reflection, and a deeper communion with nature and culture — Indura offers visitors plenty of ways to transform reconnect with nature such as diving, trekking, birdwatching and more. One of the most memorable experience for guests is interaction with the Garifuna, an Afro-Caribbean culture whose largest concentration in the world is in Tela Bay.
Additional amenities at Indura includes the Maina Spa, offering numerous treatments that incorporate native techniques and ingredients such as coconut oil and Honduran coffee. The resort also possesses a championship 18-hole golf course designed by Gary Player where families can take lessons together and enjoy a game along blue lagoons, native mangrove forests and golden beaches.
About Indura Beach & Golf Resort
Easily accessible from all international airports, including San Pedro Sula International and La Ceiba International Airport which are both approximately 55 miles away, Indura Beach & Golf Resort is located inside Jeannette Kawas National Park at Tela, Honduras. For more information, or to make a reservation, travelers may visit indurabeachandgolfresort.curiocollection.com or by calling 1-800-445-8667.