For the month of February, Stranger’s Cay will be selling for USD$ 2.75 million. The property is a 360-acre Bahamian private island, 200 miles North East of Miami, Florida and 140 miles North East of Nassau, Bahamas. Previously, the owner of Stranger’s Cay had been offering to sell 50% of the island for USD $1.6 million. In terms of terrain, Stranger’s Cay is uninhabited, mostly wild, and covered with a thick cover of lush vegetation. Its elevation is 50 feet above sea level at its highest point, with several acres above 40 feet.
The piercing blue skies and picturesque aquamarine waves are separated by strips of sandy beach and verdant greenery… if you can’t picture it, it’s time you booked a trip to the Bahamas. And while the Bahamas has no shortage of ultra-lux accommodation, Eagle Rock Cay – a perfectly sized private island paradise – offers access to all that the Abacos has to offer, yet retains the feeling of a tropical family cottage.
Located 850 km to the East-South-East of Tahiti is the Tuamotu Archipelago – a beautiful chain of islands and atolls in French Polynesia, spanning an area of the Pacific Ocean roughly equivalent in size to Western Europe. Within this archipelago is The Manuhangi Atoll – an oval-shaped coral island completely enclosing its own gorgeous lagoon. The surrounding waters – both within the lagoon and in the encompassing seas – are perfectly picturesque and boast a wealth of preserved marine species