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10 of the best remote luxury travel destinations

10 of the best remote luxury travel destinations

Global tourism has been on the rise but finding the best remote luxury travel destinations has been getting harder.

2020/05/03

Global tourism has been on the rise but finding the best remote luxury travel destinations has been getting harder. The best remote luxury travel destinations allow you to escape the hustles of daily life and avoid crowds. Always take a few steps back from your daily life for health and psychological benefits.

The world offers luxurious remote destinations for people who would want to enjoy their weekends in quiet places near the sea and try various outdoor activities. Lottoland explores the world’s remotest islands in a summarized format that you can actually make informed decisions at a glance. But even better for you, we have explored 10 best remote luxury travel destinations that offer a quiet atmosphere, fresh air and natural beauty. They include:

Travaasa Hana, Hawaii, USA

Travaasa Hana, also known as Hotel Hana Maui, is situated on the eastern Maui tip in Hana and it is a perfect destination for tourists who would want to experience the real Hawaii. Lei making and throw-net fishing are some of the local customs to expect. Travaasa Hana is set amidst palm trees and rolling grass in the Hana Bay. The private suites and spacious cottages are some of the things that will set a peaceful mood in this area free from clocks, radios or televisions.

Fogo Island Inn, Canada

Situated in Newfoundland, Canada, Fogo Island Inn is on one of the earth’s four corners. On the North Atlantic Ocean rugged shores, the area has four seasons. All the 29 suits of this hotel offer floor-to-ceilings views of the sky and sea. The suites showcase the richness of the locality and express modern take on the traditional design and décor. The architecture of Fogo Island Inn is optimistic, bold and distinct.

Soneva Kiri, Thailand

Soneva Kiri is a choice of many tourists from all parts of the world. Even though the destination is remote, you can access it by flight from Bangkok. Soneva Kiri is situated in the fourth largest Island of Thailand but the least populated. Expect to find 36 spectacular private villas, built on hillsides overlooking turquoise waters and blanketed with rainforests. Spend your time in the powdery soft sand for a great experience.

Jalakara, Andaman & Nicobar Islands

Jalakara is a destination of many British couples in need of luxurious remote destinations. Named after an ancient Sanskrit word, which means “the source”, the property was once a betel nut and banana plantation. Today it is a beautiful rainforest. It offers six suites and a private villa. Better still, the destination provides fabulous views across the rainforest towards the sea and sun.

Lizard Island, Queensland, Australia

Lizard Island offers 24 powdery-white beaches in addition to 40 luxurious suites. Situated on the Great Barrier Reef, this resort is the most northern in tropical Queensland. It is reserved for people desiring unforgettable holiday experiences. As a guest, you will enjoy secluded picnics on the private beaches, indulgent spa treatments in Essentia Day Spa and five-star cuisines in the SaltWater restaurant.

Nimmo Bay, British Columbia, British Columbia

Some of the things you should expect to see at Nimmo Bay Resort when arriving by helicopter include snow-capped mountains that meet the shoreline of the calm bay and the remote coastal rainforest that extends as far as your eyes can see. The main lodge of Nimmo Bay Resort floats on the bay and the two cedar hot tubs that steam at the cascading waterfall’s feet will be of great benefit. The adventures range from heli-hiking atop the sparkling mountain peaks, whale watching, river rafting and bear spotting. Food will be part of your adventures.

Explora Rapa Nui, Easter Island, Chile

Easter Island is widely known for the Giant Moai statues that dot grassy flanks of an extinct volcano situated in the Pacific Ocean. It is halfway between French Polynesia and South America. One of the unique features in this remote destination is Explora Rapa Nui, a hotel situated on a calm spot that allows you to experience the Island’s dramatic isolation and mysteries. The architecture of this hotel blends perfectly with its unique heritage and geography. The architects designed the 30 rooms to take advantage of the privacy, silence and the spaciousness of surrounding landscapes to ensure deeper rest after daily exploration.

Time + Tide Miavana, Madagascar

Miavana is a luxurious resort situated on the remote Nosy Ankao Island. Nosy Ankao Island is part of the five-island dry land of the north-eastern part of Madagascar. Some of the things you should expect in this remote destination are vibrant coral reefs and the spectacular maritime wonders of the Indian Ocean. Miavana offers 14 one-, two- and even three-bedroom villas located along the western white beaches of the island.

The designers of the palatial villas of Miavana are Lesley Carstens and Silvio Rech, the architects who also designed the North Island Seychelles. You will enjoy the spectacular panoramic sunsets of the Indian Ocean extending beyond the mainland Madagascar.

Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa

Maldive’ ultraluxe resorts never miss in lists of remotely located hotels because they occupy private islands, all scattered around the Equator. Unless you currently live in Male South or North close to an international airport, you can only reach this destination by a domestic turboprop or water plane flight after arriving in Maldives. Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa is situated in one of the deepest and largest atolls. It is also among the hard to reach resorts.

Ultima Thule Lodge, Alaska, USA

Situated deep in the Alaskan wilderness (in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park), the Ultima Thule Lodge offers the luxuriousness you might need. This destination is very far from the paved roads and it is centred on adventure and immersed in nature. The lodge sits on a hill and offers an open kitchen, dining room and sitting room. The floor-to-ceiling windows allow you to view the mountains and Chitina River flow to the south.

Conclusion

We all need to take a few steps back from our daily life. Whether you prefer hikes or quiet weekend pampering near the sea, the destinations offer beautiful surroundings, high-class spas and many outdoor activities. From forest hideaways and private tropical islands to secluded spots, the above remote destinations might offer the experience you need.

Laura Bartlett

Laura Bartlett

Northern girl Laura is the epitome of a true entrepreneur. Laura’s spirit for adventure and passion for people blaze through House of Coco. She founded House of Coco in 2014 and has grown it in to an internationally recognised brand whilst having a lot of fun along the way. Travel is in her DNA and she is a true visionary and a global citizen.