10 Hollywood Celebrities Who Have Their Own Private Islands

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Hollywood Celebrities Private Island
Buying your own private island is definitely a sign that you’ve made it. Back in the 1970s, Richard Branson was arguably the first famous face to popularise the idea of buying your own exotic island, and since then a whole host of celebrities have joined him. Imagine sailing away to the middle of the ocean and stretching out on your own private sandy beach, cocktail in hand?! It’s definitely most people’s idea of paradise!
In the article below, we take a look at 10 famous celebrities who have all bought their own private islands. Some of the A listers in question have clearly made the extravagant investment to try and escape the limelight, while others hope to transform their islands into luxury eco-resorts.
The Bahamas seems like the most popular choice for singers and Hollywood stars, but there are other exotic parts of the world that have attracted some very famous faces over the years. Scroll down the article below to find out who treated themselves to a twin island off the coast of Portugal, plus we reveal which famous power couple constructed their own holiday home in the Bahamas.
You’ll be green with envy after scrolling through this list…enjoy!

10. Leonardo DiCaprio – Blackadore Caye


Leonardo DiCaprio has starred in films such as The Beach and Shutter Island.
So maybe it’s no surprise that he decided to get himself a tropical island lined with sandy beaches and palm trees. In 2005, the Oscar winner purchased Blackadore Caye off the coast of Belize for $1.75 million, and since then he’s been busy transforming it into an eco luxury resort.
The Belizean government has just approved Leo’s development plans for the 104-acre island, and experts predict that once  construction has been finished, the resort will generate over $200 million in revenue over the course of 20 years. Wow! So will you be paying a visit?
It’s currently a 6 hour flight from DiCaprio’s hometown of Hollywood, and only a one and a half hour jaunt from Miami. The actor and environmentalist wants to turn the island into “the world’s leading example of green hospitality”.
DiCaprio isn’t the only prominent Italian-American to set up camp in Belize. Among his neighbours will be Francis Ford Coppola, the director of The Godfather trilogy.
Blackadore Caye was supposed to open its doors in late 2018, but as of yet there’s still no word on when the development will be open for reservations.

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