In this article, we feature the most expensive private islands in the world.
10. Charles Island, Bahamas – $39 million
The Charles Island is a tropical luxury and is being presented as a “ mini Dubai “. Located near Spanish Wells, in Eleuthera, Bahamas, the island has access to utilities and support facilities and is currently serviced by three electrical lines, government water and telephone services.
It’s a wonderful location, just steps from the world famous Harbour Island and it’s on the market for $ 39 million.
9. Motu Tane Island, Bora Bora, French Polynesia – $ 40 million
Motu Tane is a small and beautiful island, located just across the channel from the main island Bora Bora. Thatched roof bungalows, with interior by world-class French designer Christian Liaigre, can accommodate up to 20 guests.
Temperatures in Bora Bora average between 70 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit in December and between 73 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit in July.
8. Hans Lollik Island, US Virgin Islands – $ 45 million
Great Hans Lollik Island is located one-and-a-half miles from the North Coast of St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands.
The US Virgin Islands are the most popular tourist destination in the Carribean, with a mild weather and gorgeous powdery white sand beaches.
7. Caye Chapel Island, Belize – $ 65 million
Caye Chapel is a small island in Belize, 16 miles north-northeast of Belize City and 3 miles south of Caye Caulker.Operating as a very exclusive destination, Caye Chapel is the ultimate paradise for relaxing and unsurpassed privacy.
The island offers 8 stunning beachfront villas and 11 marina view casitas, 18-hole championship golf course, a huge formal clubhouse and restaurant with conference facilities.
6. James Island, Canada – $ 75.1 million
James Island is situated within Canadas famous Gulf Island archipelago and is easily accessed by private plane or boar. The island including a masterpiece owners residence of 5.000 square feet, 6 beautiful appointed guest cottages, private docks and airstrip, pool house, managers residence and much more.
5. D’Arros Island, Seychelles – $ 94 million
D’Arros Island is part of the Amirante Islands group, witch are in the Outer Islands coral archipelago of the Seychelles islands and nation.
The island was purchased by Prince Shahram Pahlavi-nia of Iran in 1975 and remains under private ownership until today.
D’Arros Island is considered one of the most beautiful in the area. Known for its environmental heritage and natural beauty, the island of D’Arros will officially be declared a nature reserve.
4. Ronde Island, Grenada – $ 100 million
Ronde Island is a small private island in the Lesser Antilles chain of the Caribbean Sea. Ronde Islands features 2000 acres of flush flora, caves of quartz crystal stalactites, beaches of white sand and turquoise waters.
3. Necker Island, British Virgin Islands – $ 100 million
The Necker Island is one of the most jewels of the British Virgin Islands. Is located in the British Virgin Islands to the north of Virgin Gorda, one of the country’s larger islands.
The Great House is the heart of the island and has six stunning rooms and a spacious Junior Suite each with a balcony.
2. Lisbon Island, Portugal – $ 310 million
Lisbon Island is located at the mouth of Lisabon in Portugal and is still undeveloped, though there have been plans to convert it into a luxury retreat facility.
1.Lanai Island, Hawaii - $ 600 million
Lanai is a privately owned island in easy sight of Maui’s western shore and the smallest publicly accessible inhabited island in the chain. It is also known as Pineaple Island because of its past as an island-wide pineapple plantation.
Tech billionaire Larry Ellison bought 98% of the island from fellow billionaire David Murdock of Dole Foods.