15 October 2011

Most Expensive Vacation Hot Spots

World trotters move on to spots that changes mood and provide full time relaxation keeping them away from their daily routine tensions. Though traveling is more expensive yet travelers haven't given up their choice of moving to different places of their choice.


Here let's deal with few of the hot spots selected for vacation that are most expensive on the planet.

Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands
Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands

White sand beaches, calm clear water and a bountiful barrier reef make the Turks and Caicos island of Providenciales a hot spot for families. The Grace Bay beach is undoubtedly one of beautiful beaches in the world. Providenciales is the country's main tourist hub and the most well known of the little islands that make up the Turks and Caicos, and here travelers will find various forms of entertainment and attractions.

Providenciales costs visitors an average of $352.76 per night. One can find top notch restaurants and lot of accommodations options. The Turks and Caicos Islands are known for their exciting casino gambling which is located on Providenciales. On the other hand, there's a "Club Med" on the island to enjoy more of a party atmosphere. There are no places on the island without a great view and everything is very expensive on the island.

Paget, Bermuda
Paget,Bermuda

Paget is a centrally located district in Bermuda. The north shore of Paget overlooks the beautiful Hamilton harbor while the south shore has wonderful beaches like the Elbow beach. There are great hotels and guesthouses, and also luxury resorts & accommodations but costs visitors an average of $374.16 per night.


The main attractions in Paget, Bermuda are Elbow Beach that is beautiful and has a gentle curve resembling an elbow. One can see reefs close to the shore and the beach is great for play. Bermuda Botanical Gardens has large glass houses with cacti and orchids along with formal gardens and lawns.

Hamilton Harbor is a natural harbor formed between the Paget and Pembroke districts. The harbor now serves as a port for smaller cruise ships and offers excellent views. Alfred Blackburn Smith Nature Reserve is located in Paget Bermuda, is an unspoiled forest area along the southern coastline of Bermuda.

Monte Carlo, Monaco
Monte Carlo, Monaco

Monte Carlo is a favorite spot for many visitors. Monte Carlo runs to three kilometers and sits on a large rock named Mont Des Mules overlooking the sea. Gambling and the tourism associated with it has been the primary livelihood of the city. Monte Carlo costs visitors an average of $406.30 per night.


It is a favorite destination of the rich and famous, it's a great place for people watching, and the streets are lined with elegant boutiques and cafes. The best tours visit the casino, the posh hotels, the Oceanographic Museum and the cathedral where Princess Grace and Prince Rainier are entombed which are the main attractions.

Soufriere, St.Lucia
Soufriere, St.Lucia

Soufriere which has sea and rainforest provides a picture perfect setting for a visit to this and undeveloped town in the south of St. Lucia. Other great spots to visit include Diamond Botanical Gardens, and a view of pretty beaches. Soufriere is a picturesque town with both man made and natural attractions. One can see grand plantations like the Soufriere Estate and Fond Doux Estate and tourists looking for adventure can explore.


Soufriere costs visitors an average of $417.85 per night which has spectacular views, exotic flora and fauna, waterfalls and sandy beaches to discover. Visitors can visit Point Seraphine or La Place Carinage for shopping and dining options. To relax in a beautiful, natural setting with hot springs and dark sandy beaches Soufriere will be the best choice.

Southampton, Bermuda
Southampton, Bermuda

Southampton is one of the district of Bermuda located at the lower western end and forms a narrow stretch of land between Sandys and Warwick districts. It is a great place to stay, but is expensive too. Some of Bermuda's most wonderful beaches, including the pink sandy are here in Southampton district.


Southampton costs visitors an average of $393.76 per night with main attractions like Gibbs Hill Lighthouse, St. Anne's Church Bermuda, Whale Bay Fort and Park, Seymour's Pond, and Great Sound Bermuda which is a large water area having an opening towards its north east connecting to the Atlantic ocean.

Moorea, French Polynesia
Moorea, French Polynesia

Though Moorea costs an average of $509.66 per night it is famous for the deep, spectacular bays and white sand beaches. The lush mountain slopes are covered with rain forest or pineapple plantations. On Moorea most hotels are located at the sunny and sheltered northshore of the island which are expensive.


Moorea offers a variety of entertainment and recreation. Opunohu Bay at the Kellum is visited for its beautiful large garden.

Vieques, Puerto Rico
Vieques, Puerto Rico

The island is located between Puerto Rico and St. Thomas is separated from the southeast coast of Puerto Rico by approximately 8 miles of sea. Accommodations on Vieques are comfortable and expensive as Vieques costs visitors an average of $430.69 per night.


The beaches are clear, plentiful, and surrounded by wild native flora. It is the hot vacation spot which has other attractions to be enjoyed by visitors.

Hamilton, Bermuda
Hamilton, Bermuda

Hamilton is a small, vibrant city which is the heart of Bermuda. For being the main container port in the island, city of Hamilton is also the center of shipping and trade in Bermuda. This is where most of the island's glittering shops, great restaurants, retail shops and many other commercial establishments are located.


Hamilton costs visitors an average of $415.70 per night which has attractions like City Hall and Arts Center, National Gallery, St. Theresa's Cathedral, Victoria Park, and there are plenty of sporting and other recreational activities in Hamilton City. It is one among the most expensive hot spot for vacations and gives pleasure for the visitors.

Paradise Island, Bahamas
Paradise Island, Bahamas

With tropical beach edged by a luxurious grove of casuarina trees Paradise Island's centerpiece is the Atlantis Paradise Island Resort and Casino, and a sightseeing attraction. Away from the resort's lively casinos, sunsets at The Cloister the beautiful Versailles Gardens provide peaceful respite. The sugar white sand of Cabbage Beach invites sunbathing and swimming.


Paradise Island costs visitors an average of $436.82 per night the Paradise Island offers the broadest mix of restaurants in the Bahamas.

Bora Bora, French Polynesia
Bora Bora, French Polynesia

Bora Bora Island is the most famous island in the world which is a wonderful place for vacation which costs visitors an average of $801.58 per night. The Island of Bora Bora is quite real and attainable as a vacation getaway.


Bora Bora's lagoon is its most treasured feature, and allows the traveler many opportunities to experience it in a variety of ways like Windsurf, jetski, scuba dive, swim etc.