Private Islands Top List of Best Hidden Beaches

Paradizo recently released it’s list of the best hidden beaches in the world and it’s no surprise that number of private island resorts made the list. Among the worlds best hidden beaches is The Mozambique Private Island Medjumbe in the Quirimbas Archipelago.  Medjumbe is a secluded private island that gives you the feeling that you’ve found your own hidden corner of the world. Abundant gardens, teeming wildlife and discrete beach villas abound in the ultimate private island hideaway. Also on the list is the ultra exclusive Mustique the secret spot of pink sand and lazy, turquoise waves. Mustique’s villas are a treasure onto themselves, offering exclusive amenities beachside on this Caribbean private island catering to a lucky few, well-heeled travelers

Private Islands Top List of Best Hidden Beaches

5 Cove Island

At 5 acres, 5 Cove Island is a quaint island tucked away within the pristine wilderness of British Columbia. This rare island is connected to the mainland by white sandy beaches and enjoys the most unobstructed views of the sourrounding mountains and islands. The island’s location is ideal for a smaller luxury development because it is only 30 minutues by boat to Vancouver, boasts some of the most spectacular untouched views and already has subdivision approval. 5 Coves’ micro-climate sustains an abundant variety of wildlife in and out of the water

5 Cove Island

Peter Island Launches Eat, Pray, Love Campaign

Peter Island a private island wonderland in the British Virgin Islands, famous for its white, sandy beaches, palm groves, rolling mountains and 1,800 acres of undeveloped Caribbean tropics. Recently the romantic island launched an Eat, Pray Love promotion in celebration of the new film by Julia Roberts. The Peter Island Resort & Spa package is dedicated to discovering the best of Italy with through food, Mumbai through spirituality, and Bali through rejuvination. Price: The package starts at $3,964.00 for a five-night getaway for two in an Oceanfront Room, all of the above, breakfast lunch and dinner, afternoon tea, use of the island’s non-motorized sports program, and access to five beaches, spa, spa gardens, walking/biking trails, snorkeling in the sea and hopefully many “ah-ha” moments

Peter Island Launches Eat, Pray, Love Campaign