Socially Distanced Beach Escapes Around the World
Although travel remains on pause, we’re busy dreaming about the far-flung escapes we can’t wait to visit once quarantine has ended. These are a few favorites where the new standard of social distancing is already in place. We can’t predict when we’ll be back on the road, but we hope this helps with a little inspiration to keep the arm-chair travel interesting.
Privacy Points: only 25 villas on the 3,500-acre island, each completely separate.
Boredom Busters: hiking through the rainforest, every watersport under the sun, and there’s even an 18-hole golf course.
Getting There: 45-minute plane ride from Fiji’s Nadi airport on Laucala’s private jet.
Passported Perks: One 60-minute spa journey per person, early check-in and late check-out, upgrade upon arrival subject to availability.
Privacy Points: like Laucala, Miavana is a private island and the only other guests will be tucked away in one of the 14 villas on the property.
Boredom Busters: Fishing, kite surfing, and incredible snorkeling and scuba diving directly in front of your villa. Bonus points: combine with one of Time+Tide’s sister camps in Zambia for a safari and sun combo.
Getting There: 30-minute helicopter flight from Madagascar’s Diego Suarez airport on Miavana’s private helicopter.
Passported Perks: $100 resort credit, early check-in and late check-out, upgrade upon arrival subject to availability.
Location: British Virgin Islands
Privacy Points: with the exception of a few weeks per year, Necker Island, Richard Branson’s personal retreat, is available only on an exclusive use basis. So when you book it, ain’t nobody but your crew (and the Necker staff) around.
Boredom Busters: boating, snorkeling, scuba, hiking, kite surfing…you name it, Necker’s got it.
Getting There: 35-minute boat ride from Tortola.
Passported Perks: Two one-hour massages, early check-in and late check-out upon availability.
Privacy Points: Sweet Bocas’ seven bedrooms and two glamping suites only accept one group at a time, so you won’t see anyone that isn’t part of your travel tribe or the villa’s staff.
Boredom Busters: Swimming, tennis, yoga, sure, but the biggest draw is some of the best surf breaks sit a short boat ride from Sweet Bocas.
Getting There: a quick boat ride from Isla Colon and Bocas del Toro airport.Ready to Travel? Got questions? Hit us up Read More