NORWEGIAN Cruise Line has announced a new target of 1,000 total enrolments in its Walk for Wellness, after it was inundated with almost 600 registrations in its opening week.

This year’s challenge will run for the month of October and encourages travel advisors to get active and track their steps toward a combined goal of 100,000km.

Participants will take part in fun weekly challenges, with over 50 prizes on offer, such as Apple watches, Bose wireless earphones, and more.

Norwegian Cruise Line Asia-Pacific Vice President Ben Angell told travelBulletin the initial plan this year had been to do the Walk for Wellness as a celebration of freedom after 18 months of COVID strictures.

Angell acknowledged the campaign is now even more relevant, as many Australians find themselves back in even stricter and steeper lockdowns.

Walk for Wellness coincides with a number of mental health events, including World Mental Health Day on 10 October.

NCL’s Damian Borg and Ben Angell ready to get walking

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