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Remote Casino Destinations

A small remote stone house in front of a lake.

If you’re a fan of online slots that take you on adventures to far-flung places, then you’ll certainly be keen to check out these casinos that are well off the beaten track. 

While you don’t have to be a bonafide Indiana Jones to make it to these casinos, a sense of adventure is a definite requirement if you want to play your casino table games in some of these destinations.

From Alaska to Nevada, Turkmenistan, and Myanmar, here are some of the best casino destinations in remote places.

1. US Virgin Islands

If warmer climes are your preferred setting when you play casino games, then Divi Carina Bay Beach Resort and Casino in the US Virgin Islands should be the top casino on your to-visit list. Located in St. Croix, this casino has spectacular views over the perfect Grapetree Beach. What’s even better is that this is a prime holiday destination, so when you get tired of spinning the reels, you can spend time at the beach or enjoy some of the world’s best scuba diving. 

This Caribbean casino is the perfect place for sun-lovers, water-junkies, and those looking for a casino experience and a wonderful holiday all in one place.

2. Turkmenistan

Turkmeniwho? Not many people have even heard of this central Asian country, never mind visited it. But, now you know that Turkmenistan is a country sitting between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. It also has heaps of natural gas and the impressive Karakum Desert.

Right in the midst of this dry yet stunning country, you’ll find a gambling oasis. The Grand Casino is found within the modern Sheraton Grand Turkman Hotel. It has around 150 gaming machines and 13 tables for your pleasure. If you need a break from the tables, then there is a tennis court, swimming pool and even a health club where you can get a luxurious massage.

Turkmenistan might not have been the first place that came to mind when you thought of casinos, but if you ever find yourself there, be sure to check The Grand Casino out for something a little different.

3. Myanmar

Myanmar’s famous pagodas in the sunrise mist.

It doesn’t get more tropical than this! So, if you really want to take a break from your online casino games, then the remote Allure Resort, in Tachileik, Myanmar is certainly the place to start. 

This intimate casino is tucked away in a lush forest and has 16 playing tables, as well as 150 slot machines for those who love to play slots online to try. While the casino might be small, the setting is beautiful and it has everything you would like to play, from roulette, blackjack, baccarat, and poker to the Asian game of Sic Bo.

4. South Africa

South Africa does nothing in half measures and this casino is set in a simply breathtaking African landscape. The Emnotweni Casino is found near the Nelspruit mountains and the sweeping views make the trip worthwhile. There are only 10 play tables loaded with roulette and blackjack, but that doesn’t detract from the fact that this is one of the most beautiful locations for a casino out there.

The cherry on top of this particular casino is its proximity to the famous Kruger National Park, which means you can take a trip out to see The Big Five and other African wildlife at just the drop of a hat.

5. Alaska

The Chugach mountain range in Alaska with a river and forest in the foreground.

Ah, Alaska! The land of the Midnight Sun. It’s remote, it’s snowy, icy, and has some of the best wildlife encounters out there – it also happens to have a casino. The Atka Ira Council Casino is probably one of the smallest casinos you’ll ever come across, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in setting. Bingo is undoubtedly the most popular game here, but there are a couple of table games for you to try your hand at.

If you go in summer, it’ll almost never be night time and you’ll get the chance to take a trip to see orcas, whales, brown bears, wolves, and much more while you’re there.

6. Nevada

Tall rock formations in the Red Rock Canyon desert in Nevada.

We know what you’re thinking. How is Nevada a remote area for a casino? It’s got hundreds! Yes indeed, Nevada certainly is home to the casino mecca of Las Vegas, but the best casino games aren’t just found in southern Sin City.

Right up in the very northern corner of Nevada, you’ll find the Outdoor Inn on Main Street in Jarbidge. This little spot is 65 miles from the nearest highway, U.S. Highway 93 near the Idaho border. Most of the clientele here are U.S. Forest Service employees, miners, or those who want to be as far from civilization as possible. This is likely the most remote gambling license to be approved within the US.

While we can’t tell you how many slot machines or table games it has, the motel itself has 10 rooms, great grub, and is the perfect place to explore the authentic Wild West.

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