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If you hate the tourist hotspots and want some peace and quiet on your holiday, there is one extreme solution. Yes, you guessed right: a desert island. Mumbo Island is a private island that was never populated prior to becoming an eco-camp so it’s perfectly pristine. It welcomes only fourteen ...
To infinity and beyond! Okay, so maybe you’re not Buzz Lightyear... but you’ll surely be buzzing about this beautiful Mnemba Island resort located just off the northeast coast of Zanzibar! Each of the 12 open-sided, thatched wooden suites comes complete with its own private shaded veranda. The decor is simple ...
This 1400 acre Caribbean Island is some kind of Olympus of celebrity. A haunt of the famous and privileged… wait a sec, you are going have to give me a minute to transcend my jealousy here,… thanks. Just imagine the most beautiful deserted tropical beach and you get to stay ...
A private retreat in the South Pacific’s Fiji Islands, Dolphin Island Huka Retreats offers four rooms with accommodations for just eight guests at a time to enjoy the ultimate peace and serenity that comes with island life. With 14-acres to enjoy, guests can enjoy a plethora of activities from diving ...
A private island where you and your friends and family can do pretty much whatever you want. Sound good? I thought so. But that is not all. There are five island homes with room for up to 40 guests. Each building has been created by young architect of the year, ...
Fiji has long been known as paradise on earth and Laucala, a private tropical island in the South Pacific is no exception. This 12 square kilometer island is speckled with 25 Fijian styled villas, plantations, tropical forests, and pristine white sandy beaches. This island resort was built with no expenses ...
Richard Branson’s private island is named after Dutch explorer, Johannes de Necker who “discovered” it in the 17th Century. It remained unihabited until the late 20th Century. In 1965 two British journalists tried to survive as castaways on the island. They lasted three weeks before they driven off the island ...