7 of the Most Expensive Vacation Destinations in the World

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Ever wondered where rich and famous go to relax? Or maybe you’ve just inherited a fortune and wonder where to vacation in style this summer? Either way, we’ve got you covered. Here’s a list of 7 of the most expensive luxury vacation spots in the world.

Necker Island, British Virgin Islands

Necker Island

Owned by Richard Branson, Necker Island is a 30-hectare (74-acre) island in the British Virgin Islands. The whole island operates as a resort and can accommodate up to 34 guests, with additional room for six children. One night here can cost you $50,000, making it a little too pricey for the most of us, but if you can afford the price tag the Virgin Limited Edition property can offer you and your guests a range of water sports, diving, surfing, spa treatments, meals, infinity pools, internet usage and more.

Musha Cay, Bahamas

Owned by David Copperfield, Musha Cay is a 150-acre island in the Exuma Chain, in the southern Bahamas, decorated with white beaches, wonderful views and comfortable treatment. One day stay at this paradise will set you back almost $40,000.

The Rania Experience, Maldives

Probably one of the most exclusive places to stay in the entire Maldives, The Rania Experience is a paradise in the middle of the Indian Ocean. Surrounded by stunning blue sea, with bright white sand, palms and coconut trees, it’s a real heaven on earth. The downside? One night here will cost you $9500 and they can accommodate a maximum of 9 persons at one time. A 30m yacht, a personal chef, diving, spa salon and others are included in the price.

Isla de sa Ferradura, Ibiza, Spain

Isla de sa Ferradura is a 14-acre private island in the Mediterranean, off the coast of Ibiza, Spain. For $196,000 per week (which is the minimum stay) you can enjoy five star facilities, pool, bar, access to a subtropical lagoon with waterfall, and a secret cave converted into a spa.

Nygard Cay, Bahamas

Owned by famous fashion designer Peter Nygard, Nygard Cay is one of the largest and breath taking multi million dollar homes in the world. From water slides, hot tubes and cliff handing bedrooms, to fire breathing dragons, and an 85 foot yacht at guests disposal, this luxury resort is really one of a kind. One night stay in this paradise on earth will cost you $40,000 and up.

Fregate Islands, Seychelles

A jungle-covered granite island speckled with boulders and surrounded by beaches like powdered sugar, this exclusive resort accommodates 17 villas which together can house 40 guests at one time. Each of them have a Jacuzzi and private infinity pool. The resort has a strong ecological commitment too: the jungle is well protected and the seven beaches surrounding the island are well-taken care of. You can even adopt a giant tortoise! Villas can be rated for a minimum of 3 days and rates for two start at $5,500 a day.

White Desert “Greatest Trip” to Antarctica

If you need just a quick getaway, this might be for you: A one-day trip to Antarctica. Starting off from Cape Town, South Africa, guests board a private jet and fly to the icy continent where they have about eight hours to explore, ending the day with a gourmet champagne dinner. The entire trip lasts less than 24 hours but will set you back $195,000.