5 incredible (and luxurious) adventures for 2023

Team MONEYME|30 January 2023| 2-minute read

Travellers will be making up for lost time in 2023. Luxury operators have been reporting sales booms.

For real estate agents, knowledge of travel trends isn’t just a great conversation starter. It’s also helpful in understanding clients’ priorities, who often juggle selling and buying properties with travel plans. 

Here are five bucket list experiences to know about in 2023. 

1. Downhill skiing to see the Northern Lights

Finland is home to two ski slopes with some of the world’s best views of the Northern Lights. They are Saariselkä and Iso Syöte.

In January, February, and March 2023, The Aurora Zone will offer downhill skiing packages to both. Starting at AUD$2,500, these will include return flights from London, cabin stays, meals, lift passes, ski hire, and more. You just need to get yourself to London – return flights to London from Sydney start at around AUD $1,800.

2. Nobu Hotel in Santorini, Greece

Santorini has long been a bucket list destination. But the new Nobu Hotel is next level. 

It’s perched on a clifftop overlooking panoramic views of the Aegean Sea and Santorini’s caldera. There are just 25 rooms, a stunning infinity pool, a signature Japanese fine dining restaurant, and a day spa. 

Stays start at around AUD$930/night.

3. A new resort on a private island

The Dominican Republic’s new, all-inclusive resort on Cayo Levantado will open on 1 June. 

The resort, created by Bahia Principe, will have the entire island to itself. That means exclusive access to white-sanded, uncrowded beaches (which, some say, are the country’s best). 

Stays start at around AUD$630/night.

4. A superyacht that combines luxury with adventure

Those keen to splurge may consider joining the Scenic Eclipse II, which will launch in April. It’s a brand-new ultra-luxurious yacht that doubles as an extreme adventure machine. 

Spend one day fine dining, in between indulging yourself at the 500 square meter Senses Spa, and the next changing your perspective–from helicopter or submarine.

Scenic Eclipse II will take a variety of voyages in 2023–all over the world.

5. An astronaut-inspired camp in Antarctica

White Desert, which specialises in luxury trips to Antarctica, opened Echo, its new, astronaut-inspired camp in December.

Guests stay in futuristic pods—in between visiting Emperor Penguins, mountain climbing, skiing and fine dining.

One week stays are AUD $98,500 per person.

Key takeaways:

  • Luxury travel is likely to boom in 2023.
  • For real estate agents, knowing travel trends is important to understanding clients’ priorities. 

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