Do you really dream of a luxury vacation away from menacing telephones, where you cannot be contacted by email, and the only distraction are waves lapping at the shore? Here is our pick of the top four destinations away of selection of technology.
Discover tender scenery, exotic hideaways and spontaneous adventures on your all-inclusive luxury Fiji holiday. Reserve one of the 14 private beaches, snooze in a hammock in front of pristine seas, plan an exotic picnic or treat yourself to a "Lomi-Lomi" massage. Check out the beauty of the island on horseback or hike through the great jungle hillsides. Discover the wonders of the marine through scuba diving, sailing and windsurfing. You may also book resorts in this Island for a lavish wedding on http://www.paradiseinfiji.com/wedding/.
Petit St Vincent
Petit St Vincent is not a fairly easy destination to get to? That is why this tiny island resort is so special. Your luxury Petit St Vincent holiday offers complete seclusion. This is the only resort on the island and is built with accommodations so well-hidden, that it will feel as if your cottage is the only one. Enjoy rise along the island's tracks, venture to the most notable of Marni Hill to take the stunning scenery and revel in the great array of water sports activities.
Kona Village Hotel
Marvel at serene bodies of water surrounded by lush exotic landscaping, dramatic black lava cliffs where ocean satisfies land, and sandy seashores in a protected these kinds of teeming with a range of brilliantly colored fish. Spend your luxury Hawaii vacation being placed in a thatched-roof bungalow overlooking the oceanfront and experience unshod luxury without interruption from televisions, radios or phones. Engage in activities such as snorkeling, tennis, lei-making, stargazing or try angling the traditional way with a bamboo pole.
Hotel Remota, Patagonia, Republic of chile
Hotel Remota is a very secluded hotel on a secluded bay. Puerto Natales is far removed from the rest of the world: the only place beyond is Antarctica.
This luxury Republic of chile resort has 72 rooms, all with a view of Ultima Esperanza bay, the Balmaceda glacier and the Paine Mountain Range. Every room has floor to ceiling windows and bathing. There's no cable television sets, phone or an internet to ensure complete privacy from the outside world.