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Choose These Islands And Stay Like A King

It is not necessary to own a private island to stay on one when you can rent your corner of paradise. Hiring a private rental island is one of the best and most unique things to do for holidays. If you have always dreamt of choosing an island and living there like a king, your dream can come true as some islands allow people to rent. For a royal feel, many adventurous activities are also offered, like snorkeling, scuba diving, kayaking, and many more. Hence below are some islands which you can rent and stay in.

  1. Thanda Island

    The island is situated in Tanzania. The newly opened private island is exclusive. If you appreciate the finer things in life, this is the perfect destination for getting stranded. The maximum number of guests allowed on the island is ten. The island’s centerpiece includes:

      • A luxury five-bedroom villa that features a grand piano

      • Indoor aquarium

      • Wine collection

      • Free Wi-Fi access

      • Wrap-around dining area to give you that royal feel.

  1. Necker Island

    Richard Branson’s private island has everything from a huge pool with a swim-up bar to a zip line to the beach, which you could only dream of in a luxurious Caribbean escape. Nearly a hundred staffs are present, including water sports instructors and a tennis professional who ensures you enjoy your holiday to the fullest. Hence Necker Island makes a perfect place for a hideaway. You can also use the Great House with its eight bedrooms and six two-person Balinese-style houses dotted around the island by renting Necker Islands. The price per night includes meals, drinks, windsurfing, water skiing, scuba diving, and Wi-Fi. The island includes:

      • A thirty-people Jacuzzi

      • 8-meter long sofa

      • Floating sushi bar

      • Floodlit tennis courts

  1. Tagomago Private Island

    Tagomago Island is a Mediterranean getaway for the rich and famous. You can rent a luxurious five-bedroom and five-bathroom villa along with the rest of the island, from the historic lighthouse to the bird-watching reserve. The whole island is yours to explore. The modern villa has all the trappings of a boutique hotel, with sweeping terraces and day beds to soak up the views. If you want to have a fancy night of partying, Ibiza is only a short boat ride away. You can spend your time in the impressive pool and get views of the villa. You can also hire a private yacht on the island and enjoy your vacation.

  2. Taprobane Island

    The island off the south coast of Sri Lanka is an adventurous spot. One can usually access it by wading about 200m by the surf. Guests can also arrive by elephant or sedan chair. An octagonal villa sits atop the island and dates back to the 1920s. The island is also surrounded by 8000sq m of tropical gardens. The island also includes an amazing pool with views over the Indian Ocean, which you can enjoy with sunset cocktails and meals prepared by the private chef.

  3. Laucala Island

    This is one of the most luxurious tiny islands in the South Sea archipelago of Fiji. The cost is $150,000 per night, and you can rent the whole thing on the island and enjoy everything from a round of golf, cycling its perimeter, fishing, diving, sailing, a spot of spa pampering, and many more. The island comprises of 25 villas, each with its swimming pool; hence you can invite 80 of your closest friends for one solemn holiday and make it the best vacation ever.

  4. Quilalea

    This private island retreat on the east coast of Africa takes the environment and community to the next level. Scattered off the coast of Mozambique in the Quirimbas Archipelago, you can rent all 86 acres and nine seafront villas that are wholly uninhabited. This island will give you a Robinson Crusoe experience. Snorkeling, kayaking in the mangroves, and relaxing in hammocks are some of the activities you can perform on these islands.

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Aastha Maheshwari
Aastha Maheshwari, Staff Writer for the CEOWORLD magazine. Aastha has a decade of experience as a journalist and editor working for various magazines, newspapers, and digital publications and is now a Staff Writer at The CEOWORLD magazine. She is passionate about disrupting the status quo and unlocking the business value to create sustainable results. She specialized in reporting on both local and world news, as well as interviewing well-known business leaders, senior management executives, investors, and high net worth individuals. She can be reached on email