It’s that time of the year and rich folks just like the ordinary Ghanaians need to de-stress and make up for the time they spend at business meetings and conferences.
Why hustle for 11 months if you can’t go on a shopping spree and have quality time with your family.
Here are the destinations where the rich people celebrate their Christmas.
This upscale island resort is 6 km from Kendhoo Island. It is accessible by seaplane from Malé, the capital of Maldives.
The luxurious over-water and beach villas offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars. All provide private pools, open-air bathrooms with hot tubs, and sea views. Upgraded villas add elegant living rooms, dining areas, butler’s kitchens and private beaches.
Amenities include an underwater restaurant featuring international cuisine, an Italian restaurant and pool bar with a modern vibe, and 4 open-air restaurants. There’s an outdoor pool, a spa and a diving center. Watersports, tennis and private beaches are also available.
Marrakech (Marrakesh) is an imperial city in Morocco. The name Marrakech is literally translated to mean land of God. Marrakech has many tourist attractions and many things to do as well. There are several interesting museums and good architectural and historical sites that w ill obviously keep you busy.
South Africa is a serene which has a bit of everything for its visitors. The Western Cape offers beaches, lush Winelands around Stellenbosch and Paarl, craggy cliffs at the Cape of Good Hope, forest and lagoons along the Garden Route, and the city of Cape Town, beneath flat-topped Table Mountain.
With full access to all dining and recreation at both AYANA and RIMBA and complimentary resort shuttle, guests enjoy the most extensive on-site facilities of any resort in Bali.
There are 19 restaurants and bars including the famous Rock Bar; exclusive private beach; 12 swimming pools; world-class Spa with Aquatonic Seawater Therapy Pool and Spa on the Rocks treatment; golf-putting and fitness center; and complimentary WiFi.
Facing directly west, Negril’s Seven-Mile Beach has been voted many times over as one of the best in the world. Legendary for its dramatic sunsets, silky white sands, clear turquoise waters, and spontaneous island spirit, the natural attributes of this phenomenal beach are alluring to the soul.
Sheltered by one of the Caribbean’s great reefs, Negril Bay is always tranquil. And because Jamaica itself does not have high tides, the entire protected beachfront is nearly level with the gently lapping waters, creating a seamless entry from sand to sea.