You can now book this entire ultra fancy Fiji island resort for $150,000 a night

While the pandemic has taken the travel industry by its horns, it is slowly beginning to recover with few private resorts/ properties opening its doors for travelers once again such as the uber-luxurious Kokomo Private Island resort in Fiji.

Owned by billionaire Australian real estate tycoon Lang Walker, the property offers unrivaled five-star service and complete privacy. After being temporarily shut for operations, it is now open and can be rented by wealthy travel buffs for a whopping $150,000 a night. Those opting for the package can get private access to five luxury residences and 21 beachfront villas, as well as the resort’s world-class amenities and activities.

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Guests will additionally be able to relish the best of Fijian cuisine while lulling the glory of the 140-acres of paradise all by themselves. While it’s unclear as to how tourists will reach the Island resort in the first place, those in a position to spend $150,000 can certainly find a way to fix that! In addition to the Kokomo Private Island Resort, the Raffles Maldives Meradhoo island resort had also offered a similar buy-out package earlier in the year, costing $1.5 million for five days. Well, talk about quarantining in luxury!

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