Musha Cay: Worlds Most Expensive Island Resort (20 photos)
Musha Cay, a beautiful private island, owned by famous illusionist David Copperfield, with more than 150 acres of unspoiled tropical environment, white sugar-sand beaches, crystal clear turquoise waters.
Musha Cay is a playground for billionaires in the world. One is a world-class magician David Copperfield, who bought the island in 2006 at a cost of $ 56 million. In addition to Copperfield, another billionaire, who is often vacation here Oprah Winfrey and Bill Gates. In 2007, Google founders Sergey Brin hold a wedding on the island.
Musha Cay has a surface area of 60 hectares, but only five villas on the island that can accommodate a maximum of 25 guests. Each villa has a private beach, respectively. For a holiday in Musha Cay, travelers must pay a tax of USD 37.500 for four days stay.
Musha Cay and the Islands of Copperfield Bay is a chain of 11 islands in the Bahamas, a 700 acres secluded resort with white beaches, tropical forests and all the luxuries you’d ever dream of.