The connection between the magicians and the islands dates back to ancient times. But we’ll not go back to classes of history. We’ll talk only about the world’s greatest current magician, David Copperfield. Nine years ago, famous illusionist David Copperfield reportedly spent $50 million on a 100-acre, lamb-shank-shaped island in the Bahamas called Musha Cay. After five years and $40 million worth of remodeling work, Copperfield completed what he calls the “most magical vacation destination in the world.” He also acquired 10 additional islands nearby, completing an archipelago now known as the Islands of Copperfield Bay, which have 40 private beaches.
Musha Cay can accommodate 24 guests in five separate homes. They can either stay in the 10,000-square-foot home at the top of the hill, or in a thatched-roof beach house on the outskirts of the island. From handcrafted mahogany terrace to massage tables and a steam room, this island truly has it all. With a slew of amenities, including an outdoor theater, a private speedboat, and beach-side daybeds, this island accommodates those seeking both relaxation and adventure. It’s good to know that you can rent this paradise. Price starts at $37,500 per night and go up to $52,000 during peak season.