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LUXURY BEACH VACATION

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Where the land meets the sea, we’re there.

It’s easy to talk of white sand, blue seas, and swaying palms. But the right beach vacation is so much more memorable than any picture postcard. We’re talking of Zanzibar’s scent of nutmeg and clove. The overwater villas of the Maldives’ atolls. Or the dramatic, mountain-framed coastline of French Polynesia. These are the details that make a place unique. After all, it’s been a long time since we last stepped on sand. So, when we create your own bespoke beach vacation, we’ll bring these details rushing back.

Right now, of course, it’s only natural to feel unsure about booking a trip. But we’ve got your back. The beach vacations and hotels we’ve curated are remote, isolated, and uncrowded. Socially distanced by design. These are properties we’ve visited, shared and loved. We know them and we know the people in charge. You have their word — and ours — that we’ll negotiate and secure you the best possible value. All you need to do is tell us where and when, and we’ll bring all the pieces together. A single point of contact to ensure your trip goes ahead without a hitch.

This is your vacation – and you’ll be safe and secure in our care.


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INDIAN OCEAN

You’ll find literally hundreds of islands, chains, atolls and archipelagos across the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. The Maldives, Mauritius, Seychelles and Sri Lanka among them. Vibrant birds, romantic rice paddies, misty hills and dense jungles frame beaches of delicate sand and gentle skies. History, spice, trade and spirits meet across these incredible landscapes.

GILI LANKANFUSHI,
THE MALDIVES

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Overwater villas, shimmering atolls,
and swaying hammocks.

For those who want to combine the atolls of the Maldives with the exotic landscapes of Sri Lanka, India and the Middle East, Gili Lankanfushi is an unbeatable must. On spindled legs and salt-washed walkways, its Crusoe villas float above these pearlescent and iconic waters. Gyms, infinity pools, butler service and solitude. This is a world away.

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COMO Cocoa Island
& COMO Maalifushi,
The Maldives

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Atolls, manta rays and minimalism.

This serene pairing of Maldives hotels has a strong focus on wellness and wonder. Minimally designed and joyously exotic. Cocoa Island is more intimate. Maalifushi – on the secluded Thaa Atoll – will appeal more to families, with its cinema under the stars and proximity to exceptional surfing islands. Two distinct perspectives overflowing from the same full cup.

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ONE&ONLY LE ST GERAN,
MAURITIUS

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Mauritian culture, family fun and creole cuisine.

Food, eating and feasts take center stage at this family-focused slice of paradise in the Indian Ocean. With private pools and cabanas, treasure hunts, table tennis, snorkeling, and bonfires, every effort has been made to pair enviable luxury with activities and entertainment. What’s more, the French and Creole influences of Mauritian cooking are at their apogee in this superior place.

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JOALI, THE MALDIVES

Bohemianism, art and tree houses.

Truly special. Joali is both the first and only art immersive hotel in the Maldives, its landscape dotted with installations both local and international. A studio gallery with rotating artists-in-residence add an extra layer of inspiration in this place of private pools, overwater villas, and exceptional eating. There are also regular art workshops for the creative.

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SIX SENSES ZIL PAYSON, THE SEYCHELLES

Ecology, solar power and farm to fork eating.  

Sustainability, conservation and ecology are at the heart of Six Senses Zil Payson, bringing a Galapagos-style energy to the stunning Seychelles. An organic garden supplies the kitchen. A turtle conservation project is run from the property. And the local area (jungles, inlets and coves) are a haven for biodiverse wildlife. This is where luxury meets sustainability. 

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South Pacific

It would take years to visit each and every island and atoll of the South Pacific; that vast ocean between California and Papua New Guinea. This is a diver’s paradise. A place of coral reefs and gardenia trees. Remote, off-grid. The mysteries of Easter Island. The spiritualism of Hawaii. When Magellan first crossed its reach in 1521, he named it the “Peaceful Sea.” It carries that name to this day.

FOUR SEASONS BORA BORA,
French Polynesia

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Dramatic views, private pools, and family fun.

Occupying prime position on its own motu (islet), this dramatic and exotic
place – with views of mighty Mount Otemanu – is designed to keep the entire
family entertained. Private villas, exclusive pools, snorkeling and diving are
combined with coconut planting, marine life explorations and canoe trips
around the local coves, bays and islets.

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AUBERGE MAUNA LANI,
HAWAII

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Iconic, adventurous and spiritual.

Recently re-opened, this legendary Hawaiian institution has serious chops; offering stand-out service rooted in local island culture. Employing its own Kahu Hanai, a keeper of the island’s stories, you’ll experience ancient hikes, historic trails, traditional music and an opportunity to explore the sacred connection between land and sea (Mauka to Makai). Unforgettable, immersive, authentic.

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KOKOMO PRIVATE ISLAND,
FIJI

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Wildlife, coral reefs, and a paradise for divers.

Home to the world’s fourth-largest reef, the Great Astrolabe, this private island is perfect for snorkel and dive enthusiasts of all stripes. It also boats exceptional biodiversity and marine life as well as humpback and pilot whale spotting (not to mention hammerhead sharks in July – August). With PADI courses for complete beginners, this is the perfect place to hone your skills or to learn the ropes.

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THE BRANDO, FRENCH POLYNESIA

Exclusive, sustainable and amazingly secluded.

The most exclusive property in French Polynesia, The Brando sits on its own private island (named Tetiaora). Accessible only by the island’s own private airline, this institution was founded on the island bought by Marlon Brando himself (thus the name). Keeping beach obstruction to a minimum, the resort makes exceptionally clever use of carbon-neutral and sustainable
technologies.

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LIZARD ISLAND, AUSTRALIA

Private beaches, degustation eating, & the Great Barrier Reef.

This private island boasts 24 beaches and only 40 suites, each of which has its own direct path to the sea. Gourmet picnic baskets, the eye-opening Anchor Bay restaurant, access to the iconic Great Barrier Reef, and snorkeling opportunities on the Outer Reef. A short private boat can take you from bedroom to reef in an unbeatably short amount of time.

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The Caribbean

A smaller sea tucked against the body of the Americas, the Caribbean is a place of rich culture, Tk. From the Cadillac’s of old Havana to the exotic heights of the balmy Piton Mountains. 7,000 islands, each – seemingly – with its own stories, music, culture and appetite. And the beaches? You know it already: soft, tropical, hazy and bright. We’ve never been more welcome to see the sea.

JUMBY BAY,
ANTIGUA

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Exotically remote, all-inclusive, and adventurous.

This private island on the balmy Antiguan coast offers intimacy, exceptional service, and eye-opening activities. Singing, dancing, kids’ clubs, and a legendary turtle conservation program. Setting it apart from its competitors, Jumby Bay offers some truly unique experiences, including a beach dinner beneath the stars, champagne picnics, and open-air spa treatment rooms. Unbeatable.

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COMO PARROT CAY,
TURKS AND CAICOS

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Holistic treatments, calm landscapes and banana plantations.

Boasting its enviable COMO pedigree, this private retreat offers truly holistic service; with its own jacuzzi garden, Ayurvedic treatments, Pilates sessions and Japanese baths. Its sumptuous pavilions overlook the North Caicos channel and its peaceful surrounding wetlands, while its restaurant – organic, locally sourced – is unmissable.

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ROSEWOOD LITTLE DIX BAY,
British Virgin Islands

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Treasure Island, secluded beaches and wilderness.

Recently reopened after a four-year renovation, this remains one of the Caribbean’s most iconic hotels. With a true Treasure Island atmosphere, none other than Laurence Rockefeller dubbed it “wilderness beach” on his first visit in 1958. Today, you can expect incredible snorkeling, gourmet dining, treasure hunts and the quite perfect Rum Room and Sense Spa.

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PETIT ST VINCENT, ST VINCENT & THE GRENADINES

A private island, deserted beaches, and all-inclusive cottages.

Across its sprawling, exotic lands, this hilly and beautiful island of 115 acres offers a true sense of escapism. Private boats sail out to uninhabited islands. Picnics of private beaches. All-inclusive cottages and private butler service. Intimate and remote, the energy here is of romance and wonder – offering you a chance to detach from the cares of the world.

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MALLIOUHANA, ANGUILLA

Classy, cliff-top and incredibly easygoing.

With style, enviable local dining and breakfast cocktails, Malliouhana is both laidback and incredibly luxurious. From volleyball to Caribbean tapas, roadside grill and incredible beaches, this is a place to enjoy the many flavors and identities of Anguilla in a single spot. Zestful in its sun-bright white and pistachio green, there is a true sense of calm in this lovely corner of the world.

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