Looking for a beautiful destination for your next trip? If you feel like a dose of blue sky and pampering is needed for escaping these crazy times we’re living in, take a moment to enjoy and relax while discovering some of the top luxury destinations for 2017.
Soneva Fushi Resort, Maldives
Beautiful natural surroundings and incredible amenities coexist on this astonishing resort located at Kunfunadhoo Island. The bluest ocean, the whitest beach and the lushest jungle provide a magical experience that won’t be forgotten. Free diving, snorkeling and windsurfing are just some of the activities you can practice at this amazing place. The island’s villas are another highlight, offering super privacy while blending naturally with the surroundings. Oh, and the food is delicious. What else can you ask for in your holidays?
The Highlands, Asilia Africa
Tanzania’s amazing wildlife, breathtaking views and magnificent volcanic mountains peak makes Asilia Highlands one of the top travel destinations 2017. The resort is located within the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, for easy access to the game preserves, which are home to some of the highest biodiversity in the world. The classic safari experience is not to be missed, while arranging visits to local bomas for a local perspective on how the ancient cultures live today is also a must do. The tents are as amazing as different from any traditional accommodation options, with very big and comfortable beds and a special cozy feel.
Amanyara, Turks & Caicos
A place in which you’ll find complete isolation and peace. Amanyara is a luxury resort located on a small island at the southern end of the Bahamas. At this resort you will truly check out from the rest of the world. Meditation and calm reflections arise easily at this place, thanks to the unbeatable peacefulness and ocean water. The beach is just a few steps away along a private path, and the climate goes ranges from 80°F to 90°F year-round, so any time of the year is a good time for visiting Amanyara.
Sumaq Machu Picchu, Peru
Located on the skirts on the historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu and near the shores of the Vilcanota River, this luxury property will amaze you with its impressive view of the mountains and beautiful landscapes. Not only you are offered a very easy access to the World Heritage Site, but also a taste of the Peruvian culture, with an Inca-inspired spa and Peruvian cooking classes. You can also experience the “Pachamanca” earth ritual, making a mystique connection with local traditions. The staff at this hotel is well known for its hospitality, making you feel welcome from the second you arrive.
French Leave Resort, Eleuthera, Bahamas
An eco-resort on the Caribbean Island of Eleuthera surrounded by beautiful landscapes and beaches, it’s possible you won’t find a better sunset anywhere on this World. The architecture of the villas is influenced by the British Colonial period, elegant and charming. Activities at this resort include boating, fishing, snorkeling, scuba dive charters, kayaking and windsurfing. Lots of amazing and authentic local artisans are present on the Island, for those looking to discover new original art. The breathtaking view of the stars at night is another highlight, remarked as unforgettable for those who have experienced it.
Daily flights depart every day from Miami to North Eleuthera. Flights from Los Angeles to Nassau are also offered daily, while flying to Eleuthera from Nassau is also daily offered by Bahamian airlines.
Fregate Island, Seychelles
Few places can offer such a beautiful version of paradise in the way that the Fregate Island in Seychelles does. Best found via map coordinates, this resort includes seven white-sand beaches reserved for guests only. You won’t find crowds of other guests affecting your chances of enjoying your stay here–privacy is guaranteed. The villas are very well laid out, with a beautiful sea view from everywhere. There are lots of places for fine dining and the food is amazing at all of them.
One&Only Hayman Island, Australia
Hayman is a small private island open to the public, most famous for this incredible luxury resort built in the ‘50s by millionaire Reginald Ansett. Providing unparalleled views of the Whitsundays, a stay at the One&Only will remain as an unforgettable experience. It also offers a library, spa, tennis, and squash courts and an infinity pool with breathtaking views of Hook Island.
Original Source: Arthur Glosman DDS