4 Most Luxurious Islands to Visit

Although in 2021 overseas travel for American citizens declined to just 18.21 million, now covid restrictions have eased across the world, many people are packing their bags and heading to the airport. 

If you’re wondering where to go on your next luxury vacation, we’ve rounded up some of the best places in the world where you can get some R&R. 

1. Como Cocoa Island, Maldives 

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Located in the heart of the Maldives, Como Cocoa Island is probably what you think of when you think ‘Maldives’. Boasting crystal clear water, white sandy beaches, and picture-perfect huts, you can’t go wrong with a trip to Como Cocoa. (Plus, it has a fun name!)

With just 33 rooms available, this remote retreat is ideal if you want to sit back and relax. 

If you do want to go (who doesn’t?!), make sure to book it as soon as possible. With 80% of the islands in the Maldives predicted to be uninhabitable by 2050, you want to go sooner rather than later. 

2. Musha Cay, Bahamas 

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Nestled in the Bahamas, Musha Cay Island is a private island with so much to offer. As one of the most secluded spots on earth, you’re guaranteed to leave feeling replenished and content. 

Comprising of 700 acres of luscious scenery, when you hire the island of Musha Cay, you can guarantee panoramic views, beautiful accommodation, and every whim catered for. 

As it’s so remote, it’s a good idea to consider private jet hire to get you there feeling as comfortable as possible. 

3. Bora Bora, French Polynesia

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One of the most famous islands in the South Pacific, Bora Bora is French Polynesia’s star of the show. Holding the top spot on many people’s bucket lists, this is a place you’ll never forget. 

Popular with newlyweds, Bora Bora is a romantic destination that’s simply unrivaled. Combining soaring mountain peaks, turquoise waters, and quaint overwater bungalows where you can relax, you’ll have a magical time here. From the moment you land to the moment you leave; you’ll be convinced you’ve reached paradise. 

4. Laucala Island, Fiji

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Last up is Laucula Island in Fiji. An exclusive island owned by the Laucala Resort, Laucala Island exudes luxury. Four miles of private forest and coconut groves are pleasantly juxtaposed with a golf course, swimming pools, and waterfalls. 

With only 25 overwater bungalows to choose from, you can guarantee an exclusive retreat at Laucala island. Described as the ‘millionaire’s hideaway’, Laucala Island mixes traditional Fijian styles with modern architecture to create the ultimate fusion of old and new. 

And with four staff members to every guest, you can rest assured you’ll be well looked after. 

And there you have it! Whether you’re looking for a quiet retreat on a private island or hoping to visit the renowned Bora Bora, you’re sure to have an incredible time at any of the above luxury islands. 

So, book your flight and pack your bags – it’s about time you had a well-earned rest. 

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