I have been trying to think of a new travel series for you guys for so long now and then it just clicked – I haven’t done anything to do with luxury travel in what feels like YEARS so I thought that over the next 10 weeks or so I would provide you with the most expensive travel destinations the world has to offer. By now you should all know that I am a dreamer so this is series should not be a surprise to anyone. I think it’d be so cool for me to look back at series like this in 10 years time and do updates on the places that I used to blog about once I actually go there, so in a way, I am sort of manifesting it by writing about it. If that makes sense!
So our first stop on this series is Musha Cay. Until now I had literally never heard of this place and then I found out that it’s actually a privately island in the Exuma chain in the southern Bahamas owned by illusionist David Copperfield. The island made it in the most expensive destinations, for this reason, rates start at $42,000 a day for up to 12 persons with a 5-night minimum. Imagine staying an entire week you have spent $294,000 and then 10 days you’d spend $420,00. Do you know how insane that is???? One vacation. That money can buy you a good size 5 bedroom family home somewhere in Yorkshire! Within that price, you get all meals and beverages (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic, including fine wines and champagnes) and unlimited use of all island amenities including a state-of-the-art gym, tennis court, volleyball, swimming pool, and billiards. A night at Dave’s Drive-in is also included, HOWEVER transportation to and from Musha Cay, international telephone calls, massage, deep-sea fishing, special entertainment such as fireworks, musical groups, and a custom treasure hunt are not included.
Details on the Island
First of all Happy New Year and Happy 1st Birthday to my beloved blog! I hope that 2017 is your best year yet and that you may achieve every single goal that you set yourself this year. Personally my goal for this year is to blog more and grow my blog because I love what I do and I would love to become a full time blogger in the future and run my very own luxury magazine. I love the new year because it’s a time when you can reevaluate yourself and see what you need to change to improve your lifestyle. I don’t know about you but 2016 was an okay year for me and I plan to make 2017 a year that I will never forget, filled with so many new adventures and opportunities I plan to try new things, go to new places, make new friends and just live my life to the absolute fullest whilst I’m still young, it is going to be the most amazing year of my life yet!
To kick start the new year I thought that I would give you guys some ideas on where to go for your winter vacation. If your anything like me then you HATE winter and everything that it brings with it; dark, cold and windy short days, and worst of all you can’t wear your favourite outfits without feeling like your going to freeze to death unless it’s a huge coat or some type of knitwear, not to mention it’s the peak of cold and flu season so you can’t go out as much as you would hope. The only good thing about winter are the huge coats and jackets that may or may not ruin you outfit at times. Personally I love summer, I love the weather, the outfits and most of all I love the atmosphere, everything is so happy, bright and cheerful!
If your looking for a get away as much as I am here are the places that I would recommend;
I have always wanted to go to the Bahamas, it is a coral-based archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean. My favourite island has to be Paradise Island, it is home to the Atlantis Paradise Island – one of the best resorts in the entire world! Scuba diving and snorkeling sites include the massive Andros Barrier Reef, Thunderball Grotto (used in James Bond films) and the black-coral gardens off Bimini.
Meico is everything the British winter is not: light, colour, exoticism; warm and exuberant. Parties on the beach, yoga under the trees, a dip in dappled-light cenotes. The weather is wonderful in January: hot but not-too-hot, with barely any rain at all.
Amazing food, amazing wine, amazing beaches, amazing hotels and amazing scenery. January – march are the best months for exploring South Africa with so much to do you’ll never be bored.
Australia’s Gold Coast
The weather’s hot but not too hot. Food, drink, beaches, private islands… everything is big and bold and in style. It is also home to theme parks such as Dreamworld, Sea World and Wet’n’Wild.
One of the most fascinating city in the Far East, Hong Kong burns brightly on the map of the region – half Chinese metropolis, half global icon. It calls to every camera amid the skyscrapers which dot the Central district on its core island.
The glitziest of the United Arab Emirates! Known for luxury shopping, ultramodern architecture and a lively nightlife scene Dubai is a truly unique city.
The Indian Ocean’s most celebrated cluster of islands is in full of sun in January. The clear blue waters are so beautiful you will have the time of your life!