6 Places Every Luxury Traveler Will Love

Thanda Island

Thanda Island is a pure paradise just off the coast of Tanzania. It’s surrounded by clear blue waters, and what makes it even more extraordinary is that it’s a luxury private island with only one manor house and a minimal number of rooms. This of course makes it one of the most exclusive islands on earth. The island is not open to visitors unless they’re staying at the manor house, giving guests ultimate freedom and privacy.

Mykonos – Greece

The Aegean islands – better known collectively as Greece, is packed with the most luxurious islands in all of the world. Exclusive locales such as Santorini and the ever popular, Mykonos are favorites, reason being it attracts the celebs and the world’s elite in a big way. This is because the island is packed with trendy restaurants, bars, five-star hotels and exclusive villas, attracting a young, trendy clientele. While it’s known as the ‘party’ island, there are sides that are quiet and laid back, perfect for those looking to catch a break under the Mediterranean sun. Once you have visited it’s that one place you want to go back to again and again. Mykonos will give you whatever your heart desires, whether it be for partying up a storm, shopping till you drop, lazing in the sun, eating delicious tasty foods or exploring hidden beach coves. No matter where you choose to stay, whether it be a luxury hotel, stunning villas or expensive luxury dream yachts, you will be surrounded by luxury in every way, and to top it all off, you will be treated like royalty, as the people of Greece are some of the most hospitable in the world

Menorca – Spain

Menorca is one of the most natural, peaceful islands in comparison to its neighboring islands that are known to be party islands. Menorca is a beautiful island with perfect beaches, some with the clearest water in Europe. In total, Menorca has around 99 gorgeous beaches, although some are only accessible via boat – but this is what makes it so luxurious. There are not many places in the world where one has a beach all to themselves, but in Menorca it’s the norm. I’m sure anyone would pay top dollar to sail the seas, beach-hop and then visit fine dining restaurants along the pristine coastline. If you explore the coves on a boat trip around the island, we’d recommend you pack a picnic and enjoy the day making unforgettable memories. Being a quiet, hidden gem, you’ll feel as though you have the entire island to yourself as it’s never overcrowded with holiday makers.

Botswana – Africa

Botswana with its unbeatable landscapes makes it one of the most beautiful countries in Africa, and if we do say so ourselves, it should truly be on your bucket list of luxury places to visit. Botswana is one of the most popular safari destinations which is home to the magnificent Okavango Delta. Botswana is a natural paradise with breathtaking natural beauty, animals, sunsets, grassy landscapes, deserts and salt pans. The Okavango boasts over 120 000 elephants alone, as well as millions of mammals, gazelle and bird species. During the months of June to October, the Okavango Delta floods, giving all the opportunity to canoe down the delta as well as enjoy boating safaris, while the drier months are great for wildlife viewing, as the grass is shorter and the wildlife stay close to the few waterholes.

Italy – Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast is one of Italy’s most beautiful destinations making it popular amongst tourists. Amalfi Coasts faces the Tyrrhenian Sea, and is one of fifty-four sites on the UNESCO World Heritage list. The coastline has some beautiful towns that cling to the mountains, stunning scenery and awe-inspiring beaches making it a delight to any visitor. Towns such as Praiano, Positano and Amalfi are picture-perfect with its multicolored houses built along the coast and mountains as its canvas. The Amalfi Coast has a few interesting islands around it such as Sirenusas and Capri that you will have the opportunity to visit and explore. 

The Seychelles

The Seychelles is a beautiful tropical island off the eastern coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean, consisting of a number of islands. In terms of nature, there is just no other island that comes close to the beauty of Seychelles. The palm trees standing proud against the backdrop of crystal-clear blue sea and white beautiful sands that stretch as far as the eye can see. The beaches in Seychelles are almost totally untouched with lush vegetation that is a welcoming advantage when needing a bit of shade from the blistering sun. The ocean is filled with colorful marine life making it a popular vacation for snorkeling and scuba diving. The Seychelles is home to exotic birds and plant life that are found in the jungles and rainforests making it a delightful locale for hikers and nature fanatics alike. The Seychelles offers some of the best seafood in the world because of the Creole influences. The Seychelles ticks off all the boxes to a wonderful holiday experience.

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