Did you win the Powerball jackpot this week? If so, or if you plan on doing so soon, you should check this out. However, for the rest of the world, you too can still enjoy some time on a private island. Seriously! Check out the list below for some amazingly affordable private islands you can afford to visit this year. :)
1. With prices from $1,540 per week, Coco Plum Caye sits eight miles off the coast of Belize, and some of the best diving in the world happens here.
2. For $1,750 a week, you probably get the most intimate experience you could ask for from a private island, or floating house. Utter Inn, which is actually a sort of art installation, is located in Sweden and has underwater accommodation.
3. Dunbar Rock is home to one of Honduras's most elegant villas. It costs $1,197 a week, and the island was once used by the infamous pirate Blackbeard.
4. At about $632 a week, Porer Island is a steal. Only half an acre, you'll stay in the stone edifice below the lighthouse, right in the Adriatic off the coast of Croatia.
5. Just a short flight from Panama City, Islas Secas, a boutique resort among a chain of small tropical islands, costs $3,465 a week.
6. This cozy island in the Caribbean, Isla Kiniw, is only accessible by boat and contains a tropical garden with birds and iguanas. It costs $4,950 a week.
7. Dent Island, in British Columbia, goes for $2,975 a week. If you like salmon fishing, this is the place for you.
8. Robert's Caye, in Belize, is only one acre and home to four thatched-roof cabanas that sit out over the water. One night here costs at least $155.
9. At $2,100 a week, Slipper Island is located in the Coromandel Peninsula off the coast of New Zealand. A water taxi will take you to other destinations in the area.
10. This 38 acre island is situated right in Maine's Muscongus Bay, only a quarter mile away from the mainland. It goes for $2,500 a week.
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