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Some of the Most Secluded Vacation Destinations in the World | The Early Air Way's BlogThe world is getting to be a smaller and smaller place. Many vacation destinations are dominated by crowds of tourists or simply have become a tourist trap. There are still, however, a select few number of destinations that have avoided this fate because of the difficulty associated with flying there. By chartering a private jet or plane, you can easily visit one of these locations, where you will be able to enjoy sights and activities that very few people have experienced.

Kiribati

Kiribati is a series of 33 small islands in the Pacific Ocean. Only two regular flights go to Kiribati each week, so scheduling your own private flight is essential. It is perfect if you are looking for a tropical paradise, but want to avoid tourists or crowds. Most of the islands remain completely untouched and pristine. In fact, the entire nation’s population sits just above 100,000. The ocean life has given it a reputation for incredible scuba diving opportunities and delicious seafood. The main island is Tarawa, and features many high quality amenities, including luxury hotels. This is also where the biggest city is located.

The Kingdom of Bhutan

A small, mountainous country in the Himalayas, Bhutan only has one airport. It is one of the most difficult air strips to land and take off from, so very few flights frequent it. If looking to see what Bhutan has to offer, you will need to recruit a specialist to ensure a safe flight. There is an ancient Buddhist temple that very few people have seen, and activities include hiking or even golfing on one of the most highly elevated golf courses in the world. The Kingdom of Bhutan is one of the most secluded location and a very sought after vacation destination.

This is just a very short list of possible destinations that take advantage of seclusion to provide a tourist-free vacation. If you want to visit any of these locations for your summer getaway, begin by looking into private jets.

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