If you are looking for luxury off the beaten track, either of these three destinations are sure to satisfy.
But this kind of luxury doesn’t come cheap, so either cross your fingers and win the Powerball or save up big.
Each offers fantastic accommodations along with plenty of fun things to do. They are located around the world, so make sure to pick the one interesting you the most.
Zaya Nurai Island, Abu Dhabi
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Escape from the daily grind that you experienced before you received your windfall with a trip to Zaya Nurai Island in Abu Dhabi, considered one of the best private luxury island resorts in the world.
Relax in one of the 23 853 square feet all-suite villas along the secluded two-mile long sandy island. Getting there is easy as the resort will pick you up at the airport for the 20-minute boat ride.
Indulge in a variety of cuisines at the restaurants or sip on a glass of wine at the wine bar. Stay active during the day with the resort’s activities including scuba diving, tennis, golf and fishing.
If you have children, bring them along so that they can enjoy their own children’s activities.
For more information visit http://zayanuraiisland.com/.
Masai Mara, Kenya
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You might want to consider visiting the Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya.
This remote location was the setting for most of the award-winning Out of Africa.
Stay in one of the 18 luxurious rooms and suites at Bateleur Camp. Drink your morning coffee on your private verandah as you listen to the many lions roar nearby.
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Getting ready for your day’s adventure is easy in the large bathroom located within each tent. A personal butler sees that all your needs are satisfied very quickly.
Ride in a hot air balloon high above the Kenya plains to see the wildlife including lions, elephants, cape buffalo, leopards and rhinoceroses. Follow a guide on a bush walk for a closer view of these animals in their natural habitat. Watch the ceremonies of the Maasai people.
For more information visit http://www.maasaimara.com/.
Tetiaroa, French Polynesia
Imagine staying near an atoll where the water is so clear that it is visible from outer space.
You can do this when you visit Tetiaroa, French Polynesia.
Book your stay in one of the 35 villas on the white sandy beaches at the Brando, and get ready to enjoy a marvellous time that many cannot afford.
Make sure to get up early to watch the sea turtles and manta rays playing just off the shore. Put on a snorkelling mask so that you can play in the water with them.
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Alternatively, take an outrigger canoe, kayak, or paddleboard around the lagoon to explore the remote locations surrounding the resort.
Ride one of the complimentary bikes through the woods to view the many species of exotic birds. Learn more about them by visiting with one of the research scientists who are studying birds here that are seen nowhere else in the world.
Study the unique Polynesian culture at the Library and Explorer Center.
For more information visit https://www.tahiti.com/island/tetiaroa.
Faroe Islands, Denmark
Leave all the crowd behind by visiting the windswept Faroe Islands.
These 18 North Atlantic Ocean islands located between Iceland and Norway belong to the Kingdom of Denmark. Feel the fresh sea air while gazing at the tall sea cliffs as you hike around one or more of these islands connected by well-maintained highways.
Watch for the 305 bird species that inhabit these islands as you ride around on a bike.
Take a special boat to explore the caves near the Vestmanna Bird Cliffs filled with puffins, razorbills, guillemots and fulmars.
Try your hand at deep-sea fishing or fly fishing. Explore this Nordic country’s rich history on a boat tour. Spend time shopping for handmade designer clothes in Tórshavn, Klaksvík and Runavík.
For more information visit http://www.visitfaroeislands.com/.
These four exotic locations can be just the start of things that you experience when cost is no longer an issue.