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30 Lavish Vacations Only Millionaires Can Afford To Take

TristaJune 10, 2021

Millionaires obviously enjoy the finer things in life and can afford to do things normal people can only dream about. They buy fancy cars, houses, and lavish vacations. Being able to afford to take those luxurious vacations allows them to see parts of the world many will never see in their lifetimes.

Although some of the vacations on this list are affordable, it’s often how you spend money on them that makes the vacation expensive. Check out this list of 30 luxury vacations only millionaires can afford to take to get a glimpse into their world. You probably won’t believe how much some of these vacations cost.

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30. Cannes, France

As part of the French Riviera, Cannes is a popular vacation destination for its signature film festival and stunning views, hotels, and scrumptious food. Wealthy vacationers stay in luxurious hotels such as the Exclusive Hotel Belle Plage for $428 per night. This hotel offers beach access to one of the best beaches in Cannes, expansive views, and relaxing rooms. Other hotel options include the Grand Hotel, just minutes from where the Cannes Film Festival is held. 

Cannes isn’t just about the luxurious hotel options. You can shop until you drop at the designer stores, enjoy a 5-star meal at one of Cannes’ best restaurants, or go on a boating day trip to adventure through the wooded islets along the coast. The shopping combined with its five-star restaurants and exquisite views make Cannes a popular vacation destination for the rich and famous. Cannes is a popular destination for the annual Cannes Film Festival, which brings in tons of revenue for the city to keep its gorgeous beaches and shops up to par for everyone.

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29. The Maldives

Made up of dozens of islands, the Maldives is a popular destination for wealthy vacationers. Perfect for a beach getaway, the Maldives offers breathtaking views with palm trees, white-sand beaches, and blue waters. The rich enjoy staying at hotels and resorts such as the Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi and Velaa Private Island. The Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi offers luxury villas situated over the water. The wealthy enjoy the privacy of their own villa with a pool and opulent accommodations. Velaa Private Island offers personal butlers, a spa, personal chefs, and the ability to book the entire island for the ultimate private vacation.

Velaa Private Island boasts luxurious villas with top-notch amenities and breathtaking views that allow you to take a step away from your busy life and enjoy the privacy and tranquility of the island. The Maldives offers more than just luxury hotels, however. Enjoy a snorkeling trip around the island or book a spa day at one of the many spas. You can also go water flying, parasailing, diving, and fishing. Diving and snorkeling are popular adventures as well. The beautiful waters around the islands offer beautiful marine life that you’ll only see on one of these trips.

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28. Vacations In Bora Bora

An Island paradise boasting beautiful coral reefs, a volcano, and spectacular options for vacationing, Bora Bora is a popular destination for millionaires. Wealthy vacationers enjoy staying at the St. Regis Bora Bora Villas – an opulent vacation destination ranging from $1,600 to $19,500 per night. The St. Regis Bora Bora Villas is situated in a lagoon at the foot of Mount Otemanu. It’s a gorgeous location for all activities.

Bora Bora also offers plenty of outdoor activities, such as snorkeling in the protected underwater marine sanctuary right outside the door of your own personal villa. Guests can enjoy top-notch amenities such as spa services, luxe villas, and breathtaking views from any of the stunning resorts in the area. Bora Bora is a perfect getaway for everyone, but if you want to live like the rich and famous, you’ll have to shell out some dough.

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27. Vacations In Dubai

Dubai is considered one of the top playgrounds for the rich with its luxe hotels, Michelin Star restaurants, and exciting nightlife. If you’re planning a trip to Dubai, prepare to spend quite a bit of money. One of the most expensive hotels at $1,090 per night, the Burj Al Arab offers a luxurious spa, nine restaurants, a private beach, and exquisite rooms. If the spa, restaurants, and private beach aren’t your thing, you could go on a luxury desert safari, a yacht cruise, or a balloon ride over the city. Splurge on a supercar rental for a night on the town. 

Plane tickets to Dubai aren’t overly expensive, but prepare to spend big bucks once you get there. The opulent hotels and activities are why this place is considered a playground for the wealthy. Desert safaris are a popular choice for adventurous millionaires. These safaris include a tour of the dunes in a Mercedes G-wagon. Also, expect grand pianos playing with an opera singer on top of a dune. Not only that, but you get an orchestra for dinner around a desert oasis lake and your choice of supercars for the ride back to your hotel.

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26. Necker Island

Owned by Richard Branson, Necker Island is located in the British Virgin Islands and boasts stunning villas surrounded by nature. You can rent the whole island for $42,000 a night or just rent a villa for $27,000 per week. If you’re wealthy enough to afford a trip to Necker Island, you’ll enjoy top-notch service with impeccable accommodations. Necker Island features a plethora of outdoor activities for adventurous millionaires. You could go kitesurfing, sailing, kayaking, snorkeling, and even scuba diving! Snorkeling and scuba diving allow you to see dolphins, coral reefs, shipwrecks, and the natural underwater surroundings of the island.

That’s not all Necker Island has to offer, though. If water excursions don’t appeal to you, there’s always the spa and land activities. Land activities include an island walk, pools, tennis, and yoga. The spa features Samundra Spa treatment rooms with all of the treatments you can imagine in a comfortable environment. Designed to offer an open-air feel that allows you to be closer to nature, Necker Island has it all.

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25. Vacations In Antarctica

Can you imagine traveling to Antarctica? It’s a desolate place and you wonder why anyone would ever go there. The world’s wealthy people are starting to flock to Antarctica aboard luxury cruise ships and expedition vessels such as the Magellan Explorer. As the name suggests, it came from the famous explorer Ferdinand Magellan. The Magellan Explorer features luxe rooms and technologically advanced equipment to make the most out of your trip. The ship has room for 100 passengers, an indoor and outdoor observation deck, and a hall for educational purposes. An 11-13 day cruise will set you back almost $8,000 per person.

This option includes wildlife viewing, shore landings, visits to base camps, and stunning views of waterways, glaciers, and icebergs. Other options include a 12 – 13 day Spirit of Antarctica Expedition for $12,295 per person, including polar snorkeling, skiing, snowboarding, gorgeous views of wildlife, icebergs, glaciers, and more. The last option is $8,050 per person and features activities for adventurous people such as skiing, hiking, camping, photography sessions, and more. Enjoy a trip aboard The Magellan Explorer while viewing some of the most remote places on Earth.

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24. Vacations In South Africa

This fun and adventurous safari will set you back $26,714 per person. You’ll travel through Kenya and Tanzania, following the wildlife. Enjoy seeing animals such as lions, giraffes, zebras, elephants, and more. The trip is all-inclusive, meaning it includes all of your accommodations, flights, and national park fees. You’ll stay in luxurious places such as Giraffe Manor while surrounded by nature. This trip has grown in popularity for millionaires. How many people will see these types of animals in their natural habitat in their lifetime?

If you’re interested in luxurious amenities, perhaps you’ll enjoy a trip to Tswalu Kalahari in South Africa. Tswalu Kalahari offers safaris for $3,000 per night and under. You can enjoy drinks near wild elephants and be in nature surrounded by 420 miles of pristine national parks. Tswalu Kalahari offers two camps with breathtaking views. The Motse provides space for nine guests, an open fireplace, and an observation deck. The Tarkuni offers a rustic space for your stay with luxurious amenities and views of the breathtaking surroundings.

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23. Vacations In North Island, Seychelles

North Island is located in the Indian Ocean off Africa. This luxurious island offers everything necessary for memorable and adventurous vacations. The wealthy tend to stay at the Marriott for upwards of $8,000 per night. This island offers stunning views with plenty of marine life. Enjoy a plethora of activities on the island, whether you’re the adventurous type or not. Well known for its conservation programs, North Island is a popular destination for the elite who enjoy nature. The island offers stunning beaches as well as a variety of fun activities.

Outdoor activities include deep-sea fishing, scuba diving, mountain biking, snorkeling, and more. If you’d rather spend your time indoors, you can spend some time shopping at the boutiques, go to the spa for a relaxing treatment, or head to the library for a good book. You can also enjoy an exceptional meal prepared by a Michelin Star chef during your stay. The villas on the island are a perfect choice for wealthy patrons who enjoy nature and privacy. Enjoy a luxurious experience fully catered to your wants and needs while vacationing on North Island.

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22. Vacations In Nantucket

Nantucket, Massachusetts, offers luxury at its finest for millionaires. With places to stay, such as The White Elephant, millionaires receive all of the opulent amenities they’re used to. The White Elephant is a historic waterfront hotel with five-star service to make your stay truly remarkable. Enjoy concierge service, ferry rides, luxurious bedding, and stunning views of the surrounding areas. The rich and famous come to Nantucket for its breathtaking views, scrumptious food, and fun activities. The spa services at the hotel will help you relax and enjoy your experience while in Nantucket.

You can also visit the Whaling Museum, Great Point Light, Brant Point Lighthouse, or head to Madaket beach for a fun-filled day in the sunshine. Nantucket also offers plenty of upscale boutiques to shop at until you drop. With its cobblestone roads, cedar plank buildings, gorgeous waterfront views, and five-star amenities, Nantucket has plenty to offer whether you’re planning a day trip or an extended vacation.

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21. Turtle Island, Fiji

Turtle Island in Fiji offers breathtaking views, luxury accommodations, and all of the amenities millionaires love. They enjoy staying at the stunning villas on the island made from local hardwood. This all-inclusive vacation includes all of your meals and drinks, as well as activities to ensure a relaxing, stress-free experience. Entertainment is also included every night, with options for a sunset cruise across the blue lagoon. This luxurious experience will set you back thousands of dollars, but if you’re able to afford a relaxing vacation like this, you should. 

Some of the included activities for your stay on Turtle Island include scuba diving, fishing, horseback riding, complimentary massages, and more. Enjoy complimentary laundry service and a fully stocked refrigerator in your villa. This island vacation will set you back $2,079 per night, but it’s well worth the price for the top-notch amenities, fun activities, and luxurious accommodations. Also, with a maximum occupancy of just 28 guests, you’re sure to have a private and relaxing vacation.

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20. Martha’s Vineyard

Although Martha’s Vineyard is affordable for everyone, it’s how often you travel here that makes it expensive. Surrounded by breathtaking views, beautiful weather, and plenty of pristine beaches, Martha’s Vineyard has become a popular vacation spot for the wealthy. The Harbor View Hotel is a popular accommodation for affluent travelers. With a price tag of $975 per night, The Harbor View Hotel offers breathtaking waterfront views, a restaurant, and luxurious rooms for a comfortable stay. Martha’s Vineyard has a variety of indoor and outdoor activities to enjoy while vacationing. 

During your stay in Martha’s Vineyard, enjoy outdoor activities such as golfing, a day at the beach, a trip to the Martha’s Vineyard Museum, and more. You’re sure to enjoy the exquisite cuisine and shopping as well. Martha’s Vineyard has a little bit of everything to ensure everyone has a fun and exciting time. You can also get out into nature and explore the Cape Poge wildlife refuge, where you’ll find beautiful views and the Cape Poge Lighthouse. You can probably see why this is a popular destination for the wealthy with fun activities and accommodations.

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19. Over Yonder Cay

Situated in The Bahamas, Over Yonder Cay is a privately-owned island with four gorgeous villas and breathtaking views. Millionaires enjoy staying here for the privacy and luxurious amenities. If you want to visit Over Yonder Cay, it will set you back $44,000 a day for 12 guests or less. Any additional guests will be charged $1,250 a day. Over Yonder Cay is surrounded by gorgeous beaches and marine life. You’ll enjoy the clear blue waters surrounding the island that offer a sense of tranquility. That’s not all Over Yonder Cay has to offer, however. 

Enjoy the nine-hole golf course, movie theater, spa cabana, nature trails, tennis courts, and more. Offering a variety of water activities such as wakeboarding, snorkeling, diving, and even sailing, Over Yonder Cay truly has everything needed for fun and successful vacations you and your guests will treasure forever. The best part is – all of these fun activities are included in the price of your stay. You can do whatever you want during your stay, even if it means just staying indoors and going to the spa or yoga classes.

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18. St. Bart’s, West Indies

Located in The West Indies, St. Bart’s offers gorgeous beaches, opulent hotels and villas, and plenty of activities. It’s easy to see why millionaires flock here year after year. They come for a relaxing vacation surrounded by splendid scenery. Offering beautiful weather year-round, St. Bart’s has become one of the top playgrounds for the rich and famous. The island is very expensive, with villas going for $20,000 a night. The offerings, as far as amenities go, are spectacular. There’s also the privacy aspect that keeps millionaires coming back every year.

Coming in as one of the most expensive vacations on Earth, St, Bart’s offers plenty of activities for the elite clientele. They enjoy going snorkeling, diving and even renting yachts for the day. The blonde sand beaches are to die for, so you’ll find vacationers relaxing on the beach while working on their tans. That’s not all St. Bart’s has to offer, in any case. Millionaires enjoy dining at the five-star restaurants on the island and going to the spa to get rejuvenating treatments. St. Bart’s truly has it all if you have the money to travel there. 

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17. Newport, Rhode Island

Newport, Rhode Island, is another playground for the rich and famous. In Newport, hotels such as the Chanler at Cliff Walk can set you back $925 per night. Newport is nestled along the gorgeous Atlantic Ocean and offers breathtaking views. Millionaires enjoy luxurious shops, spa days, and activities in Newport, surrounded by stunning mansions and countless spectacular views. 

The Newport Art Museum is a popular choice for art lovers. The museum offers stunning art pieces in a historic landmark – the John N. A. Griswold House. Millionaires also enjoy taking tours of the local mansions, driving luxury cars alongside the ocean, cliff walks, and more. The shopping in the area provides luxury clothing and everything needed for a fun and successful trip. Millionaires have been traveling to Newport for years to see the beauty of the Atlantic Ocean and participate in the luxurious activities in this Rhode Island city.

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16. Diving the Titanic

Synonymous with American history, this once-in-a-lifetime experience has millionaires ready and willing to take a trip down to the depths of the ocean to see the R.M.S Titanic firsthand. If you want to take this trip yourself, prepare to save as the trip costs $105,129 per person. Only nine people can participate at one time, making it a private vacation and an interesting experience. If you’re lucky enough to afford this vacation, you’ll see the wreck from the comfort of a carbon fiber submarine. Traveling 4,000 meters down into the depths of the Atlantic Ocean is an experience you’ll never forget.

The R.M.S Titanic sank on April 14th, 1912, after striking an iceberg. Hundreds of people lost their lives. Blue Marble Private started doing R.M.S Titanic tours in 2018 to allow people the chance to see it in person. Ticket prices are set to be the equivalent of a first-class ticket on the Titanic in 1912. This exciting tour will be one you’ll never forget if you’re able to afford it. Millionaires enjoy this tour for the history and ability to see something historical at the bottom of the ocean. 

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15. Baccarat Heritage Trip

The Baccarat Heritage Trip is a perfect option for history buffs. Baccarat crystal was opened in 1764, making it the oldest crystal manufacturer in the world. The 12-day trip will take you to cities that helped the company open its doors. Millionaires will be flown from New York to Paris in a luxurious jet to begin their trip. The stunning crystal pieces are held in museums worldwide, so you’ll get to travel to Moscow, Russia, Istanbul, Turkey, Japan, and even South Korea.  

This trip is pricey at $300,000 per person. Millionaires enjoy traveling in luxury and history buffs will enjoy this trip for the historical aspects and learning about Baccarat’s past. They will know how King Louis XV played an instrumental role in the company’s opening while traveling in style. The trip also includes helicopter rides, spa treatments, opulent accommodations, private aircraft, scrumptious food, and more. It’s fun and luxurious journey, especially for those who love history.

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14. Vail

Vail, Colorado, is a gorgeous city set in the Rocky Mountains. Adventurous millionaires love Vail for its stunning views and incredible skiing. That’s not all Vail has to offer, though. Millionaires splurge on fancy lodges, hotels, and even mansions while visiting Vail. This city has some of the best skiing available in the United States, incredible spas with unique treatments, and food to die for. Vail has grown in popularity over the years as a ski resort and millionaires have taken note.

While vacationing in Vail, millionaires enjoy the crisp air and stunning views. They stay at resorts such as the Elevation Resorts Residences at Solaris for $650 per night. This resort offers an indoor pool and luxurious suites designed to provide a relaxing experience. Other hotels such as The Ritz Carlton Club offer luxurious spa treatments for those who aren;’t there for skiing. The city of Vail also provides plenty of other outdoor activities such as the Booth Falls Trail, Betty Ford Alpine Gardens, Vail Scenic Gondola rides, and more.

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13. The Hamptons

Situated on Long Island in New York, the Hamptons have something for everyone. Millionaires flock here for luxurious food, bars, boutique shopping, and more. Known for its beaches and boutique shopping, the Hamptons boast plenty of fun activities for millionaires. The Baker House is the most expensive bed and breakfast in the area at $875 per night and boasts historical significance in the area. 

It is as luxurious as you can get for a bed and breakfast. The most expensive hotel in the area is The Quogue Club at $650 per night. This stunning hotel offers luxurious amenities, gorgeous, modern rooms, and even beach cruiser rentals to explore the surrounding areas. The best outdoor activities include exploring Montauk Point Lighthouse and State Park, shopping at the Tanger Outlets Riverhead, and visiting the Long Island Aquarium. Millionaires consider the Hamptons the best weekend getaway from the hustle and bustle of the big city.

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12. Passport to 50

Passport to 50 is a luxurious flight to 20 cities in 20 days. The gorgeous private plane features programs to make your getaway a memorable experience. Enjoy a yoga session, a $500,000 charity poker event, fashion shows, and even hire a Master Sommelier to help you choose the best drinks for your time on the plane. That isn’t all the plane has to offer, though. Millionaires enjoy relaxing hypnotherapy sessions, reiki sessions, acupuncture, and more. The staff strives to make your flight the most relaxing experience of your life. So, how much does this trip cost?

Millionaires spend $13,875,000 to travel to 20 cities in 20 days on this luxurious flight. That’s by far the most expensive vacation on our list. Can you imagine spending that much money on vacation? Most of us will only dream about going on vacations like this. Some of the cities millionaires will travel to on this vacation include Siem Reap, Florence, Manilla, Havana, London, Cannes, and more. This vacation takes you to some of the best cities in the world.

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11. Aman Sveti Stefan, Montenegro

Aman Sveti Stefan in Montenegro offers stunning pink sand beaches, beautiful weather, and luxurious hotels for those who can afford it. Millionaires enjoy this escape from every day in luxury hotels that cost upwards of $4,500 per night. The island boasts a Mediterranean feel with stone buildings and terra-cotta roofs. When planning vacations to Aman Sveti Stefan, you should look to the surrounding areas for fun activities as well. The area boasts many indoor and outdoor activities to make your trip a memorable affair. 

You can start your vacation by partying the night away in local Hvar featuring vibrant nightlife. If that isn’t your thing, you can take a trip to Dubrovnik, a local UNESCO World Heritage Site. Dubrovnik boasts 16th-century stonework, a gorgeous church called St. Blaise, a renaissance Sponza palace, and a gothic Rector’s palace. Rector Palace is now a magnificent museum you can peruse at your own pace. Aman Sveti Stefan also boasts helicopter tours and the Radevic Winery, where you can sample local wines.

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10. Belmond Grand Hibernian, Ireland

The Belmond Grand Hibernian is an ultra-luxe train that travels through the Irish countryside. This gorgeous train features luxurious cabins, delicious Irish food, and stops at some of the most beautiful locations in Ireland. You’ll stop at places such as castles, 17th-century palaces, the Cliffs of Moher, and plenty of other gorgeous sites. Millionaires enjoy the luxury train ride through Ireland for its historical aspects, scrumptious food, and luxurious accommodations. 

Can you imagine spending $11,000 per person for a trip like this? That’s the price. It may seem expensive, but many millionaires take the plunge and travel in style on the Belmond Grand Hibernian. The Belmond Grand Hibernian takes you to so many different historic sites during the 12-day trip. It’s worth the money if you’re able to afford it. Enjoy the live music on the train surrounded by the luxurious interior of the train and views of the sprawling landscape outside.

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9. Nicaragua

Since being removed from the travel ban list in 2019, Nicaragua has seen a major uptick in travel involving millionaires. The curiosity of the country has people traveling in droves to see what it’s all about. As the largest country in Central America, Nicaragua gives you a unique experience with its colonial-style buildings, gorgeous views, and delicious food options. Spanish architecture is something you see in other countries, but it provides a unique perspective on life in Nicaragua. If you’re planning a trip to Nicaragua, you’ll need some serious cash. 

Nicaragua offers some all-inclusive resorts with everything you’ll need for exciting and memorable vacations. They’re surrounded by gorgeous beaches and offer all sorts of fun activities to make the most out of your vacation. The most expensive hotels in Nicaragua will set you back a few hundred dollars, less than a plane ticket. However, the activities are what makes this vacation destination expensive. You could take a trip into the rainforest, visit the Masaya volcano, or visit one of the two inland lakes in the country. Millionaires appreciate traveling here due to a lack of tourists. They enjoy private vacations surrounded by lush rainforests, warm weather, and interesting architecture.

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8. Jamaica

Jamaica is an affordable vacation destination depending on where you stay and what activities you plan on doing. This island has seen an uptick in vacationers due to the luxury resorts such as Goldeneye and Strawberry Hill. These luxurious resorts offer gorgeous rooms, top-notch service, spa treatments, and even a recording studio. Celebrities are known to stay at Strawberry Hill for the amenities and recording studio on the property. If you’re planning a trip to Jamaica and want a luxurious experience, plan to spend quite a bit of money.

Jamaica offers all sorts of fun activities. Enjoy a relaxing experience on one of the gorgeous beaches or stay in your hotel for a spa treatment. Outdoor activities on the island include traveling to The Blue Hole, the Martha Brae River, snorkeling, scuba diving, and more. Whether you’re planning a short vacation or a week-long vacation, you’ll never be bored in Jamaica. You can also see the local animals while there.  The most expensive hotels in Jamaica will set you back at almost $600 per night.

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7. Borgo Santo Pietro, Italy

Borgo Santo Pietro is a five-star boutique hotel situated in the Tuscan region of Italy. This luxurious hotel offers a unique experience with its setting, a 13th-century villa. The gorgeous villa has been redesigned to offer luxury amenities for travelers. The hotel offers unique experiences such as truffle hunts, helicopter rides over the countryside, and even Vespa rides throughout the city. Borgo Santo Pietro is a perfect location for relaxing and fun vacations. Millionaires are set in a gorgeous vineyard on 200 acres of sprawling countryside. Millionaires travel here to bask in the Italian sunshine, enjoy delicious food and wine, and get spa treatments to die for.

They enjoy the Michelin star restaurants that use local, fresh produce as well. Florence also offers high-end, luxurious shopping experiences with plenty of places. You could also rent a yacht for the day, go hot air ballooning, or sit at a local cafe and enjoy a relaxing experience surrounded by the sights and smells of the city. Italy is a well-known travel destination for millionaires, with several wonderful activities available to try.

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6. Vacations In Chile

Vacationing to Chile have grown in popularity over the years due to curiosity of the country and places like Easter Island. It isn’t a traditional luxury vacation, but that doesn’t mean it costs any less to travel to Chile. Millionaires enjoy traveling here for the beautiful views, delectable food, and interesting history. The most expensive hotel in Chile is the Hotel Hacienda Vira Vira – Relais & Chateaux, which runs $1,370 per night. This luxurious hotel offers skiing, spa services, a hot tub, pool, and everything necessary for a comfortable stay. The hotel is located in the city of Caburgua.

If you’re looking for an adventure, traveling to Easter Island off the coast of Chile is the perfect destination. Easter Island offers fun outdoor activities such as Rapa Nui National Park, Anakena Beach, Ahu Tongariki, and more. Ahu Tonariki offers the tallest Moai statues on the island. Millionaires enjoy taking in the views on the island and taking photos of the unique sculptures. The nation of Chile is also well-known for its wine.

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5. Vacations In Egypt

Egypt is a jaw-dropping vacation destination for everyone, but if you want to experience everything the country has to offer, then you’ll need to spend some money. This gorgeous country has a plethora of historical options for everyone. Whether you want to visit the pyramids or spend your time in a swanky hotel, you’ll enjoy your time in this beautiful country. Wealthy visitors enjoy floating down the Nile River on the steamship Sudan, visiting locations between Luxor and Aswan. The steamship has been closed for many years but has finally reopened, landing Egypt one of the top spots on our list.  

Other popular destinations in Egypt include Luxor, Cairo, visiting the many archaeological sites and beach resorts along the Red Sea. You could spend your time at a stunning resort such as the Rixos Premium Seagate for just over $300 per night and enjoy all-inclusive amenities. These fabulous amenities include eight indoor and outdoor pools with a waterpark, nine bars, seven restaurants, and spa services to help you relax. Egypt has long been a popular destination for travel, but with new and luxurious travel options springing up, the wealthy are flocking to this exciting and adventurous country. 

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4. The Silk Road By Train

History buffs may enjoy a train ride through locations along The Silk Road. The Silk Road was a trade route that allowed people to trade goods between Europe and China. Stretching over 14,000 miles, the Silk Road was an important advancement for early civilizations that allowed them to learn about other cultures, religions, and even cuisine. Travel the Silk Road in luxury aboard the Golden Eagle for a 21-day historical experience. This luxurious train offers daily meals, an onboard doctor, and gorgeous suites. Travel in style and enjoy the UNESCO historical sites, guided tours, and more.

The Golden Eagle will take you to some of the best locations throughout Moscow, Beijing, and Central Asia for a price tag of $44,595 per person. Even if you aren’t into history, you can still enjoy the trip and get to see some of the best cities in the world. This breathtaking tour is an excellent choice for thrill-seekers and history buffs alike. Giving riders the ability to travel back in time, The Golden Eagle is the epitome of class.

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3. Vacations In Portugal

Traveling to Portugal is a dream for many, but you must be prepared to spend a decent chunk of money to do it. The Barrio Alto neighborhood in Lisbon offers luxury at its finest. With an electric nightlife, gorgeous hotels, and scrumptious cuisine, what’s not to love about a Portugal vacation? The 1% love to stay at the stunning hotels in the area and dine on local cuisine. Surrounded by beautiful cities and landscapes, Lisbon has it all. History buffs love to stay at the Corpo Santo Lisbon Historical Hotel for $4,843 per night.

The Corpo Santo Historical Hotel offers boutique shopping and luxurious suites for your stay. Enjoy the stunning architecture while shopping, having lunch, or relaxing in your suite. Portugal offers a variety of fun outdoor activities as well for the adventurous types. You could go on a balloon ride above the city while enjoying drinks and gorgeous views of the city, then view the street art and end your day with an incredible meal at one of the local restaurants. You can also take a kayak tour around Arrabida National Park for around $105 per person. 

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2. Vacations In Maui, Hawaii

Maui may seem like a vacation for everyone, but it’s how you spend your time while vacationing here that puts it on the list. To go all out in Maui, you’ll have to pay. Maui offers 30 miles of pristine beaches, stunning resorts, delectable cuisine, and much more. If you want to go all out for your Hawaiian vacation, stay at the Four Seasons in Wailea. This gorgeous hotel goes for $2 249 per night and offers all of the amenities you could ever need, including spa services. For your activities, you could charter a boat to explore the areas around the island, relax at the spa, go snorkeling, and more. 

Another fantastic option for thrill-seekers is a Maui Aerial Tour to see the breathtaking landscape from above. You can even hire a private chef to cook an incredible meal while relaxing and taking in the sights and sounds of the island. Many A-listers also book private residences near Kapalua to get a more intimate experience while on the island. These luxurious experiences add up and often cost thousands of dollars for the elite.

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1. Gladden Private Island, Belize

Situated 20 miles off the coast of Belize, Gladden private island is a stunning place to stay. With gorgeous white sand beaches and breathtaking views, you can rent the whole island for $3,000 per night. Designated as ‘The World’s Most Private Island,’ it will just be you and your guests, as staff stays close by on another island and comes only when necessary. Enjoy the views of the natural barrier reef surrounding the island from your private villa. This breathtaking vacation spot has been a popular choice for wealthy members of society for years. 

The Belize barrier reef surrounds Gladden Private Island with plentiful underwater wildlife. You’ll have views of the Maya Mountains and the gorgeous aquamarine waters surrounding the island. Gladden Private Island features a pool, bar, and fabulous spa amenities. You’ll always know when staff is on the island for an undisturbed experience. The team will arrange all of your meals as well as activities. All you have to worry about is relaxing and enjoying your time on this beautiful private island. You’ll have multiple options to choose when it comes to exploring different islands or just spending all of your time on Gladden.

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