David Copperfield’s Private Island Looks Like A Magical Place
Sometime in 2006, the renowned illusionist David Copperfield spent $50 million on a charming private island, called Musha Cay. Located in the southern Bahamas, the stunning location went through a five-year $40 million renovation, Copperfield turning it into one of the most magical vacation destinations in the world.
Furthermore, the talented magician has also acquired 10 additional islands nearby, resulting in what people nowadays call the Islands of Copperfield Bay. Numerous celebrities have vacationed there, and you should know that you could also stay in the Musha Cay heaven, if you can afford to spend $57,000 for a night here. You’ll even get an outdoor theater, a private speedboat and beach-side daybeds, so I guess that price tag is justified.
Actually, Copperfield’s private island has 700 acres of pure paradise which await your arrival in the Exuma Cay islands, Bahamas. You may spend the night in one of the five separate homes located on Musha Cay, which can accommodate up to 24 guests in total, with gorgeous architecture and a tropical flair that will make you fall in love this place forever.
Musha Cay might Copperfield’s main island, but the other islands owned by the magician also offer a total of 40 private beaches. At the end of a gorgeous day, dining may be enjoyed in the 2,200 square-foot Balinese Beach Pavilion – although, the beach also makes for a sophisticated setting by night.
Also part of this magical package are the beach-side day beds, four hot tubs, several bikes, a gym, and also a lighted championship tennis court. If you ever get bored (I’m sure that’s not possible), you may also explore the waters on a 28-foot Nautilus Rib Catamaran, a 23-foot jet boat, sailboats, paddle boards, or jet skis, which are all included. I guess there’s nothing more to say.