Have you ever imagined yourself as a billionaire and then have you ever thought how you’ll spend your money? It’s so cool to have a lot of money and do everything you want. Sometimes we think about this question and always ask ourselves where billionaires spend their money? Which places do they choose for their holidays? We have tried to find out the main list of billionaires’ travel destinations, where they always visit and spend millions for their joy.
Sometimes they even buy an island to escape from the hectic life and spend a tranquil rest there. Agree that nothing can be more pleasant than spending the holidays in your own island. Surely, reading this article you will be filled with desire to do your best for spending just a single day like they do. Pay attention to their preferences and the way they rest, as surely they know what to do for relaxation. Here are the main places billionaires travel to in order to spend their billions on their vacation. Just don’t be envious of their luxurious life, but do your best to make your life a little similar to theirs.
1. Richard Branson’s Necker Island
The Billionaire’s paradise is the Necker Island, belonging to the world known Richard Branson, the founder of the Virgin Group. This private island is located in the Caribbean, British Virgin Islands. It is a real paradise and a famous travel destination for all the rich people. Many of them even organize important events there, such as weddings. The main feature of the island is that you can do everything you want without worrying that any one will see you, even paparazzi. Necker Island is full of interest, ranging from the water sports to spa.
2. Laucala Island
Laucala is a magnificent private island located in the South Pacific. The owner of this wonder is the chief of the Red Bull energy drink company, Dietrich Mateschitz. The island is known for its beauty. It will call out to your soul with its white beaches, amazing green mountains, turquoise lagoons, palm trees and so on. Because of the small amount of the available vacations, villas are expensive enough, ranging between $7,000 and $36,000, but believe it, this place is really worth your money.
3. Coco Prive Kuda Hithi
Coco Privé Kuda Hithi is a wonderful private island located in the Maldives. This island attracts a lot of rich people from across the globe. It’s just a paradise for those rich people, who are ready to pay over $27,000 for a night. Moreover, you can reach this island only by a private hydroplane, and it’s the island’s property: as it’s too isolated, no one else can see you having a rest there. Coco Privé Kuda Hithi is full of interests, such as masseuse, spa, water sports and even has its private library.
4. Superyacht Nirvana
Another pleasure for billionaires is having a yacht by what they can break away from lively places and have a memorable rest on the open ocean, in the sun. The great example of this pleasure is the Nirvana yacht, one of the most famous private luxurious yachts, built by Sam Sorgiovanni and Oceanco. The yacht offers a 3D-theater, spa, full gym, dance floor and so on. It also has a great advantage that you get to the yacht by helipad, which will let you be away from others’ eyes.
5. Rural Ireland
Who says that it’s required to have a property exactly on the sea shore in order to be able to have a good rest? The most incredible private island of billionaire filmmaker Steven Spielberg is a great proof that it’s not so. Located in mountainous Ireland, this island has all the Irish features. The Irish people prefer to go to Guinness pubs when they’re free, so do the billionaires like Steven Spielberg. That’s why his private island is full of Guinness pubs and includes cottages; also it can give you a chance to have an experience of hiking.
6. Cottar’s 1920s Camp and Cottars Homestead
In order to make your time exclusive Cottar’s Homestead is a great place to make it real with Kenya safari tours. This private place is for elite couples and also for families, where you are offered numerous attractive occupations, such as spa, safari and so on. It can also provide a group of 12 with a rest near The Great Migration.
7. David Copperfield’s Musha Cay
Have you ever heard about the oracles of David Copperfield? If yes, then you’ll certainly imagine how enigmatic this private place is. Musha Kay belongs to illusionist David Copperfield. Surrounded with crystal waters, this island features small villas and has a great staff. It is also full of interesting occupations, such as an arcade, a laser tag arena, a drive-in movie theater and a pirate’s hunt. The latter is a really incredible occupation, which costs over $20,000. All you need to know is that the island is occupied only 10 weeks a year by Copperfield’s own family, thus you need to find appropriate time to visit it.
Bermuda, also known as Somers Isles or the Bermudas, is situated in the North Atlantic Ocean. It’s a unique place for the richest people in the world, which blends the Island soul with the British charm. It’s full of numerous pink-sand beaches, such as Horseshoe Bay Beach. If you’d like to escape from the dirty streets and noisy traffic and breathe fresh air, Bermuda is the most suitable place for you. Numerous billionaires buy there a house to break away from the public eye and get rid of negative emotions.
If you’re keen on archaeology, Croatia is an incredible destination with its ancient civilization. It’s a historical place, preferred by worldwide Bill Gates and Steve Jobs. The place is known for its wonderful Skradinski waterfall, which is the main attraction for tourists. It also has its positive side in it, that it’s not only for the richest people but is also a suitable place for a business trip.
10. The Hamptons’ Billionaire Lane
The next place worth mentioning is The Hamptons, where numerous billionaires, such as Gerald J. Ford, Calvin Klein, Leon Black, prefer to spend their time. It’s the most comfortable place in the world, situated in the sea coast. It has also served as inspiration for numerous movie directors for a lot of famous movies and soap operas. This wonderful place belongs to the worldwide billionaire David Koch.