Once-in-a-Lifetime Travel for Boomers
I loved working on the latest story I wrote for Hadassah magazine: "Growing Older Beats Getting Old." It features Jewish thinkers, leaders and activists who have focused on how to enrich the new stage of life Baby Boomers are entering. Link below.
One of the key ways Boomers keep their mind and bodies healthy and alert is through travel. According to AARP, this year 17 million Boomers will take bucket-list trips. The once-in-a-lifetime journeys tap into Boomers’ lifelong core values of exploration, adventure and learning. According to a recent study by Destination Analysts, exploration is the top vacation priority among Boomers. Another study by Ipsos reports that two-thirds of Boomers value being able to learn something new on vacation. Enjoy the story below and come explore a once-in-a-lifetime Jewish India adventure with us!
Rahel Musleah was born in Calcutta, India, the seventh generation of a Calcutta Jewish family that traces its roots to 17th-century Baghdad.