Best Summer Destinations for Billionaires

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Billionaires who become celebrities thanks to owning giant assets can do anything and go anywhere without worrying about money. Normally, choosing somewhere to take a trip for summer vacations make visitors take into consideration such as prices and services of their trips. What about millionaires’ options? Whether or not they choose the most luxurious and expensive resorts for their vacations? Summer has just come, it’s time our billionaires chose somewhere most beautiful to visit. Let’s see the best summer destinations of the richest celebrities in the world as follows.

 

Bill Gates, the chairman of Microsoft- the greatest software company has 14 times been voted as the richest man on Planet. His most favorable destination is Croatia

 

Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of the popular social networking site Facebook, is the youngest billionaire in the world. His beloved travel is to Pune, India

 

Tom Siebel, the technology billionaire, the chairman of First Virtual Group considers Tanzania, East Africa as the most- wanted destination

 

Zimbabwe is the most interesting summer vacation for Paul Tudor Jones II- the founder of Tudor Corporation

 

George Soros, the chairman of Soros Fund Management likes to go on a trip to The Hamptons, Long Island, New York, US.

 

Michael Bloomberg, the mayor of New York City, recognized as one of the 10 richest people of US chooses Bermuda for summer vacations.

 

Richard Branson, the English billionaire and the boss of Virgin trademark, loves Necker island, Caribbe.

 

Roman Abramovich, the Russian businessman and the main owner of the private investment company Millhouse LLC has taken a trip to Costa Rica for summer

 

Kelcy Warren, the billionaire of Texas, likes to take a trip to magnificent mountainous resort in Colorad

 

Steven Spielberg, the famous movie director for E.T, Jurassic Park or Saving Private Ryan, loves to take a summer trip to countrysides in Ireland

 

 

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