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By Samantha Coles | March 6 2019
Blue zones are locations where people tend to live far longer than average due to their healthy lifestyles — many people in these communities reach 100 years old. The world’s blue zones are Okinawa Island in Japan, Sardinia in Italy, Costa Rica’s Nicoya Peninsula and Loma Linda in California. In a four-week itinerary from luxury travel specialists Blue Marble Private, you’ll visit each of these destinations.
An expert who has spent over a decade researching these communities and their lifestyles will host this exploration, and with their guidance you’ll delve into the cultures and gain firsthand insight — and maybe learn the secrets to a long and happy life. Accommodations include Hoshinoya in Okinawa; Petra Segreta in Sardinia; Four Seasons Papagayo at Nicoya Peninsula; and Korakia Pensione in sunny California.