1. Mel Gibson, Mago Island, Fiji
We guess it was not a big deal for Mel Gibson, the American actor, and filmmaker, to buy this piece of Island in Fiji. He is a millionaire who owns the Mago Island, the volcanic island which lies northwest of the Fiji's Lau Group of Islands.
Mel Gibson bought the Mogo Island in 2005 for around $15 million from the Japan's Tokyu Corporation. This island covers the total area of 5,400 acres with the 1100 meters long airstrip. This is the only loosely build a settlement.
One of the episodes of NBC sitcom 30 Rock "Operation Righteous Cowboy Lightning', was filmed on this island, a story about Island's disaster. There we can see that the victims of the 6.0 magnitude earthquake were two people Mel Gibson and Jon Gosselin, his guest.
2. Eddie Murphy, Rooster Cay, Bahamas
Rooster Cay is owned by one of the most earning Hollywood stars Eddie Murphy. Seeing him on this list is not very surprising as he has the net worth of around $85 million. And buying a $15 million island wouldn’t have bothered him when it comes to luxury and lavishness.
The island is located off the coast of the Nassau, in the Long Cay region, the capital of Bahamas. Eddie Murphy bought the island in 2007, there are no such plans of resort development even many claims it to be an ideal place for such recreation.
The nearest of its island is the Paradise which has best hotels in all Bahamas. Thousands of people visit this place every year and if the same kind of settlement is developed the Rooster Cay can also be the best tourist destination.
3. Johnny Depp, Little Halls Pond Cay, Bahamas
Johnny Depp is the owner of the 45 acres mile long Little Halls Pond Cay located in the south of the Bahamas. It was bought in the year 2004 with the sum of $3.6 million. The six beaches of the island are named after the first name of Johnny Depp's children (Lily-Rose, Brando, Paradis, and Jack), partner and some other great personality.
There are neon-colored fishes, sharks, and barracuda that can be seen in the deep blue water. Depp says it t be the most beautiful and pure place he has ever seen. While his visit to the island he generally reads, watches movies, plays guitar or paint. Painting is Depp favorite hobby and he does it when he finds peace in his island.
4. David Copperfield, Musha Cay, Bahamas
With the bucket full of money David Copperfield bought the Musha Cay for $50 million. He has other four islands in the southern Bahamas under his assets list which serves as private resorts. Each of his islands is listed as the best tourist attractions.
The Musha Cay is spread in the area of 150 acres miles which has many luxurious villas with a relaxing environment. The resorts offer you amenities like a fireplace, alfresco dining, alfresco shower, air-conditioning rooms, satellite televisions, hammam steam room and private beaches.
The cost per night in this island starts from $32,250. This island is mostly visited by the celebrities to enjoy their summer vacation and even to enjoy the delicious food of the Caribbean. They stay in the five themed luxury villas and also enjoys the private art collection of David Copperfield.
5. Leonardo DiCaprio, Blackadore Caye, Belize
Blackadore Caye is a 2.2 miles small island in Belize. It is located in the west of Ambergris Cay, the Atlantic Ocean. The famous American movie star Leonardo DiCaprio bought this isle in the year 2005 for $1.75 million. This definitely is one of the most beautiful islands with white sand beaches near Barrier Reef.
It is said that Dicaprio discovered the island when DiCaprio was on a vacation in 2004. He was there at the ultra-luxury resort Cayo Espanto. Later he bought the island with its previous owner Jeff Gram. There are many good planning developed by this star regarding his island.
The main intention for Leonardo DiCaprio to purchase the Blackadore Caye was to build a highly sustainable eco-resort. His plan includes the recuperative development of an eco-resort. As being an environmentalist he wants the welfare of the species of the island. He wants to enhance the biological health of marine animals and the waters that surround the island.
6. Celina Dion, Ile Gagnon, Quebec
Celina Dion is one of the most successful music artists. She has earned enough money to buy whatever she wishes for. And as A-list celebrities how we can guess that she would not have bought an island which she can refer as her own.
Dion has her private island, Ile Gagnon, which is located between Boisbriand and Laval. Even though the exact figurative cost of this island has not been revealed yet, it is for sure that the price was relatively very high when bought. As we can presume that a celeb having the net worth of $380 million would not have bought any less priced island.
The best feature of this island is the Laval mansion which was sold for $25.5 million. It is built with the touch of French chateaus style with six bedrooms inside it. The mansion was the most expensive property located in the Montreal area for resale.
It is said that Celine Dion visits the island quite often and even writes and records songs whenever she has any chance. Ile Gagnon is listed in the most popular tourist attraction of the region.
7. Roman Abramovich, Abramovich Island, St. Barts
Roman Abramovich cannot exactly be called a celebrity but he is a billionaire who owns the world second largest yacht of the world as his private yacht. He has the net worth of 9.7 billion USD and also is the owner of the football club, Chelsea.
The St. Barts is the private island of Roman Abramovich which cost the fortune of $90 million. There are beautifully crafted houses spread over the area of 70-acre. There are several facilities engineered in the houses along with swimming pools, tennis court, sunbathing areas, gardens and many more features.
This island came in highlight when there was a hip and happening New Year's Eve part on 31 December of 2010. There are many famous celebrities like Demi Moore, Ellen DeGeneres, Salma Hayek, Fergie, P. Diddy and Ashton Kutcher.
8. Nicolas Cage, Leaf Cay, Bahamas
Leaf cay was bought by Nicolas Cage with the total cash of $3 million in the year 2006. Now the island price has elevated to $8.5 million. Nicolas also owns another island named Paradise Island which is in the Bahamas near the island of Johnny Depp, Little Halls Pond Cay.
There are many luxurious hotels which provide the best service if any want to have a stay at the island. Many guests visiting by air are also given pick facilities by the hotels there. There is a 1,500-foot airstrip those who prefer coming by plane. You also have the choice to go by a marine.
The Bahamas government has taken the job to supply power to the island. The island also has a solar-powered backup system if any inconveniences occur. You can find private villas, overwater bungalows, seaside villas, treetop bungalows and yachtsman cottages for a stay.
9. Ricky Martin, Island in Angra dos Reis, Brazil
The Latino pop singer Ricky Martin also comes under the list of celebrities who can call a wonderful island their home. He bought the Island in Angra dos Reis for $8 million in the year 2008. Angra dos Reis is a municipality of Brazil which is located south of Rio de Janeiro state. There are over three hundred islands where Ricky bought one.
The island and its area is a hot spot for many multimillionaires. Many richest visits the island for a relaxing vacation. The Ricky Martin's island also comes under the famous island that is situated in the Angra dos Reis. Some of the international hits of Martin like She Bangs and Livin' La Vida Loca were filmed on the island.
10. Shakira, Bonds Cay, Bahamas
With the cost of $16 million, Shakira owns the Bond Cay located in the Bahamas. The island is co-owned by Roger Water the Pink Floyd frontman. With the area of 700 acres, this island occupies the huge land. They bought it in 2011 to best engineering plans which are to be implemented in near years to come. The stars also planned to make is a destination for other people rather than only for celebrities or rich people.
There are many plans that have been developed to make it one of the best private resorts in the world. With the idea of making it the popular destination many amenities sketched to be built. At the end of its crafting, the island will have private beaches, private galleries, boutique hotels, lavish condominiums, and large golf course with 18 holes.