If you are looking for a place where you can go and leave all troubles behind, these resorts located on private islands might be for you. You can relax like you have never done it before, as long as you agree to pay the price
Turn up the sound, relax and enter paradise" is the motto of Musha Cay – one of the splendid eleven private islands of the Copperfield Bay. This holiday can come with a lot of adventures such as the once in a lifetime experience of going through an underground jungle accompanied by monkeys able to read your mind and admiring the ancient stone carved walls along the labyrinth corridors. If you have always been fascinated by pirate stories, here you can live them vividly looking for the hidden treasure and discovering breath-taking unspoiled nature spots. A romantic drive-in cinema ride, sailing and fishing experiences are just a few extras visitors of this unique island can benefit from.
Located a few minutes by boat from the mainland, the island Espanto Cayo of Belize has four acres and everything a holiday resort needs to pamper its customers. Visitors will will be greeted at the dock by a chef, a private master diver and the butler. There are only seven vilas on the island, all overlooking the sea and all equipped with a panoramic swimming pool.
Despite its 850 acres, this private spot of the British Virgin Islands has no public access. Seven white sand beaches are reserved for Guana Island's visitors. There are many attractions here such as a rich flora and fauna, including many species of birds. Three coral reefs are accessible when snorkelling. You can also sign up for yoga or tennis classes, but also enjoy a drink in the large colonial house that serves as a club. In order to get there, tourists must fly to Beef Island, where a boat awaits them.