Luxurious Summer Escapes You Can’t Miss in 2024


Summer 2024

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A hectic and tumultuous year requires a well-deserved break. Undoubtedly, you have had enough of the war in Ukraine, and the last thing you want to hear about is the next epidemic, so can’t you just take a break from it all?

If you are looking for a place to relax and unwind, a long-haul holiday might be just what the doctor prescribed. So, what are you waiting for? If you want to jet off in style, consider a few handpicked summer destinations to relax stylishly.


Comprised of an archipelago of islands, the Maldives boasts white sand beaches, turquoise waters, and sunny skies. It is the perfect spot to relax, unwind, and forget your worries for the day or, as a matter of fact, for the season. The island’s tourist season runs from November to April, while the low season lasts from May to October. 

There are several activities, from snorkeling to diving and island hopping; the Maldives boasts luxurious escapes like no other island destinations. One of the most beautiful sites is the HP Reef; it is full of astonishing formations, splendid caves, and corals, and is open year round for diving. 


A trip to Bali is a unique cultural experience, boasting vibrant neighbourhoods, cultural expeditions, and sun-soaked beaches; there isn’t an excuse to miss out on the fun. As start, soak up the sun at Bali’s beaches which include wild watersport adventures, world-class clubs, and glamorous dining. Another way to explore Bali is by learning about Indonesia’s rich cultural heritage. 

The Devdan Show is a 60-minute Broadway-like production with Cirque du Soleil theme performances. An authentic cultural experience would be incomplete without trying Balinese food. For less than two dollars, you can feast on a variety of dishes at a local Wrung or small restaurants. Some classics you feast on include Babi Gulung, Beef Rendang, and other vegetarian dishes. 


The pristine island of the Seychelles combines Polynesian beauty with Caribbean seasonings. A large portion of the island is protected against development, which makes it tourist friendly. The Seychelles is comprised of 115 islands spread out over 154,000 square miles off the Indian Ocean, which is just a thousand miles east of Kenya. 

There are many things you could do on the island; for starters, you could take the plunge and schedule a scuba diving expedition to explore the island’s diverse marine life. You can also surf or sail away on a boat to discover the footsteps of the Arab traders who first settled here more than 1,200 years ago. 


Urbanites will enjoy the wonders of Dubai, the post-modern mecca is home to glittering gold shops, state-of-the-art malls, and luxurious hotels. Nestled in the heart of Dubai is the Dubai Creek. Once there you can explore the city’s ancient past and unique Middle Eastern architecture. Enjoy glittering views of the city’s skyline and other activities like golfing, skydiving, and shopping. 

A stop by the Burj Khalifa tower is the ultimate bucket list experience; considered one of the world’s tallest buildings, it is home to luxurious suites and fancy restaurants. At the foot of the building is the 30-acre Burj Lake, with the five dancing fountains pumping up 250,000 gallons of water every day to the delight of tourists and locals alike. The fountain projects heavy jets of water into the air and sways to the latest songs. To wrap up the fun, explore Dubai’s gold souk, the souk is open seven days a week and has a cornucopia of dazzling collections to feast your eyes on. 


Unlike any other island, Hawaii has deeply rooted connections to the land and sea, thanks to its time-honored traditions. You can explore several islands in Hawaii, each boasting a unique collection of hiking trails, resorts, and retreats. One of Hawaii’s most popular islands is Maui; when it comes to fun activities, Maui ticks all the boxes. 

The family-friendly island has unique trails; adrenaline junkies will take pleasure in the wide range of activities the island offers; these include activities like riding on a zipline through the rainforest, going on an ATV, and snorkeling. 

The Haleakala National Park is considered the highest point on Maui and has epic views of the island from an elevated vantage point of 10,000 feet. To top it all off, indulge in traditional Hawaiian Shaved ice; the refreshing dessert is rooted in Hawaii’s agricultural past and is influenced by Japanese culture. 

If you haven’t decided on your next holiday destination, these escapes can provide a helpful clue. After all, holidays can be enjoyable. Not only will you fend off the stress, but you can create memories that last for a lifetime! 

The Elixuer Team

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