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Celebrity extends 'Take Care of YourSelfie' program to excursions

Celebrity extends 'Take Care of YourSelfie' program to excursions

Celebrity Cruises’ new 'Take Care of YourSelfie' shore excursions expand the shipboard wellness experiences developed in partnership with best-selling author and digital trailblazer Randi Zuckerberg to land.

They include Stand-Up Paddle (SUP) Yoga, hydrobiking, cycling and canoeing in the Caribbean, Europe and Australia.

'With this new collection of shore excursions, finding a tech-life balance now can happen on land and at sea,' Dot Complicated founder Zuckerberg said. These active experiences ensure participants will be 'fully engaged and present,' she added.

The excursions follow a curated spa and fitness menu developed by Zuckerberg for Celebrity earlier this year.

Among the seven new excursions is 'Power Core’d.' On the Mediterranean waters of Ibiza, Spain, this guided SUP Yoga offering facilitates engagement in a complete mind and body experience where participants connect with the sea—not the Internet.

'Ultimate ESCape' is a land and sea experience in Naples, Italy, where participants canoe then take a panoramic drive.

For 'Morning SHIFT,' travelers forego electronic devices and shift from the traditional fast pace of their routine with a light, guided morning jog through Philipsburg, St. Maarten.

Other excursions involve unwinding at natural thermal waters in Melbourne, Australia, exploring Roi’s Eco Park Lagoon on a hydrobike (from Falmouth, Jamaica), a Reiki recharge on the white-sand beaches of Roatán and a panoramic bicycle tour of Valletta, Malta.

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