Pass the lockdown with nature – This gorgeous 32 acre private island in Fiji will soon be up for auction

In the times of COVID, traveling for a holiday could be impossible. But not if you call a private island your home! And giving you a chance to do just that is an exclusive property in the South Pacific which could soon be yours if you have the asking price to spare! We’re talking about the stunning Mai Island which is also set to go on auction next month.

Located off the coast of Vanua Levi (Fiji’s second-largest island), the private island is a tropical paradise that can easily be reached by air or water (helicopter, seaplane, or boat) from the airport in Labasa. It is spread across 32 acres and boasts lush gardens, wildlife and exotic birds, 100-year-old coconut palms, and a private coral reef surrounding it. The eco-haven is also home to hundreds of fruit trees (including coconut, avocado, starfruit, and chocolate persimmons) and a naturally sparkling spring.

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The main residence on the island includes an appealing 750-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bath cottage along with a separate staff quarter. While the property was previously offered on sale for $4.2 million, it now comes in at a cheaper price without reserve by Platinum Luxury Auctions. One of only 8% of freehold ownership land in all of Fiji, the Mai Island will go under the hammer on July 25.

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