To many people a vacation is a time to truly “get away.” Does complete seclusion from the outside world sounds like the perfect break from daily life? Then, these remote hotels are for you.
Peter Island Resort, British Virgin Islands
The Peter Island Resort is an individual island in the Caribbean. Visitors must arrive to the island via ferry, helicopter of private yacht. The island only allows for hotel staff and guests of the 54 rooms. However, even though the island is small, with a limited amount of people, there are still lots of things to do such as kayaking windsurfing and sailing.
Hamanasi Adventure & Dive Resort, Hopkins Village, Belize
Hamanasi Adventure & Dive Resort is located in the costal forest of Belize. Being surrounded by the lush greenery will make you feel super secluded from civilization. Guests will stay in the resort’s treehouses and have access to its nature preserve which is home to many different animals.
Tu Tu’ Tun Lodge, Gold Beach, Oregon
Oregon is already full of wilderness. Therefore, it’s no surprise travelers can fully disconnect with the world and connect with nature in this costal Oregon hotel. Tu Tu’ Tun Lodge is an escape in the forests and allow guests to enjoy activities like fly fishing and whitewater rafting.
Shangri-La’s Boracay Resort & Spa, Philippines
The Philippines is slowly becoming a hot spot for tropical vacations. The Shangri-La’s Borcay Resort & Spa is the perfect beach getaway. The resort is very isolated, with a limited amount of guests. Therefore, you will feel like you are on your own private island. Visitors can bask in the amazing white sand beaches and swim in crystal clear water.
Oberoi Vanyavilas, Ranthambore-Rajasthan, India
If you are looking for a vacation that’s a little bit on the wild side, then head to Oberoi Vanyavilas. This hotel is located in the countryside of northwest India and is right next to a tiger reserve. However, guests will also be able to see other incredible wildlife such as bears, leopards, elephants and many species of birds.
Little Palm Island Resort & Spa, Florida
In order to arrive at this resort, guests can only enter by seaplane or boat. The private resort is super secluded from anyone other than guests and employees. The 30 thatched-roof bungalows boasts amazing features such as incredible ocean views.