10 of the most exclusive destinations in the world

10 of the most exclusive destinations in the world

Exclusive destinations are often out of the majority of people’s price range; however, there are really some beautiful destinations, that if you are in the position to visit really are a once in a lifetime experience. Although, these are often reserved for the rich and famous, we have put together a list of some of the most exclusive destinations to visit in the world. 

1) Fiji


Fiji is home to 332 individual islands, and is well known for being a luxurious place to visit. It is renowned for its pure beauty and remote location. Although do not be fooled. All of this luxury is guaranteed to cost you a fair bit, but with the money you pay, you get an incredibly pristine island retreat, such as a stay on Mantangi Island, which is a small volcanic island that covers just 240 acres. But during your exclusive stay you can relax on the beautiful beach, hike through the rainforest, and snorkel in the clear blue waters, before relaxing in the in outdoor Jacuzzi and lava rock shower. Pure, lavish bliss. 


2) British Virgin Islands

British Virgin Islands

As the name suggests, the British Virgin Islands are owned by Sir Richard Branson, the founder and CEO of the Virgin Corporation. You can stay on his luxurious Guana island; however, this stay is at a price of approximately five hundred pounds a night, and that is in low season. The incredibly exclusive private island villa is only accessible by boat, meaning you have to fly to the neighbouring Beef Island first. However; this island boats 895 acres of pure white sandy beaches and holds just 30 guests. You can enjoy yoga, tennis, snorkelling, birdwatching and hiking during your stay, as well as simply relaxing and soaking in your impressive surroundings. 

3) Bora Bora

Bora Bora

This tiny French island is loved by celebrities and the business elite, and a stay on this exclusive island will set you back a minimum of nearly eight hundred pounds a night. However; Bora Bora does offer something that you will struggle to get anywhere else. You feel like you are on your own secluded island, and the views that you get to experience night and day are really like no other. Although Bora Bora is truly spectacular, other lesser known islands in the French Polynesia offers a similar experience, but because they are not as well known, you will not only beat the rush of the well-off tourists, but will also not give your bank account such a beating. 


4)  Seychelles


The Seychelles is composed of several different islands, much like Fiji, and it is just as luxurious and exclusive as you would imagine it to be. Fregate in particular is a small island just south of the main island of Mahe, and it is known for taking ‘expensive’ to a completely new level. Although staying here would set you back around £2500 a night and there is a minimum of a three-night stay, it is pretty impressive. You can enjoy your own luxury villa, which all feature marble floors, ocean views, Jacuzzis and infinity pools. This is not including the beautiful turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, the nature filled jungle, and white sandy beaches that can all be found on your doorstep. Although the Seychelles is pretty exclusive, the views and surroundings are unlike any other. 

5) Tuscany


Tuscany is a less obvious choice when people visit Italy, but even though it does not attract as many tourists as, say, Rome does, it is not a cheap place to visit. It is one of the most expensive places in Italy to visit; however, for that money you get truly gorgeous surroundings. It is perhaps most well-known for its array of vineyards which are well worth a visit, but bear in mind that due to its rural location, you will require a hire car to get around during your stay, so it is important to factor this into your price. 

6) Oslo


Norway’s capital might seem like an unusual choice when thinking of exclusive destinations, but in fact Norway, and in particular Oslo is known for being Scandinavia’s most expensive country. It is an incredibly colourful city, which is steeped in Viking history. If you can get over the beautiful buildings, the natural surroundings themselves are awe inspiring. All around you, you can see scenic mountainous views and famous fjords, which are simply breath-taking. Most of the population speaks English as well, making it incredibly easy to get around; however, as beautiful as this city is, do be aware that their prices are around seventy percent higher than world averages. 


7) Cocoa Island

Cocoa Island

Cocoa Island is nestled in the Maldives, and as soon as you see the island, it is easy to see why this is considered an incredibly exclusive destination. Although staying here will cost you upwards of five hundred pounds a night, you can feel like you are completely secluded and away from the rest of the world, and this is partly because you are. The accommodation on Cocoa Island is accessible and connected to the main island by a boardwalk, making you feel like you are in the middle of nowhere. During your stay, you can try your hand at snorkelling, scuba diving, fishing, as well as visiting different surrounding islands, experiencing the local culture. 

8) Villa Corallina

Villa Corallina

This little resort is nestled in Tahiti, and definitely offers something different to travellers. If you want to holiday in complete solitude, Villa Corallina is the place for you. As the name suggests, it consists of just one villa that is cut off from the main island of Moorea. It is so secluded that it does not even have any roads, and is only accessible by boat. Whilst the Villa Corallina is not best for those who are on a very limited budget, it might not be as expensive as you think, and prices start from approximately £300 per night for two people. 



9) Copenhagen


Copenhagen might seem like it does not as well on this list as other destinations, but it is an incredibly exclusive and expensive holiday destination. Although, unlike many others that feature in our countdown, it is possible to visit Copenhagen on a budget; however, it is full of Michelin starred restaurants, night clubs that stay open all night, and shopping malls that are both vibrant and modern, it is somewhere that is better if visit when your budget is slightly larger. 

10) Musha Cay

Musha Cay

Musha Cay makes up one of the small “Out Islands” of the Bahamas. These tucked away islands are favoured by the rich and famous, with Musha Cay being perhaps the most exclusive of them all. The stipulation that comes with staying at Musha Cay is that you must rent the entire island, which will set you back nearly £40000 each night. However; you are permitted to invite up to eleven of your nearest and dearest to share the island with, and included in the price are: your gourmet meals, deep sea fishing and diving. For an additional charge, you can also organise your own customised treasure hunt, as well as a personal fireworks show. 

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