Win the lottery and spend your next holiday in luxury!
So this is how the other half holiday…
Sir Richard Branson has made another of his jaw-dropping homes available to holiday-makers. At USD $47,000 per night you’ll probably need to win the lottery if you want to stay here.
Moskito Island is off the coast of Virgin Gorda, the third-largest of the Carribean’s British Virgin Islands, and has long been a favourite for scuba divers and sailors.
Situated on 50 hectares and surrounded by turquoise Caribbean waters, booking for The Branson Estate will be available from early next year.
The asking price? USD $47,000 a night for up to 22 guests. That includes all meals and drinks, a DJ one night of your stay, return transfers from the airport in the British Virgin Islands. Bargain.
Branson bought Moskito Island in 2007 for a reported purchase price of USD $10 million.
The Branson Estate consists of three villas each with an infinity pool, offering a total of 11 bedrooms for 22 guests. So there’s enough room for you and your mates.
There’s a recreation area on the eastern side of the island that features a wraparound infinity pool, hot tub, swim-up bar and nearby tennis pavilion.
Of course, unless you have a lazy USD $47,000 spare, you’ll need to boost your chances of staying at Branson’s Luxury Island by playing one of the many lotteries at The Lottery Office.