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7 of the best private islands to rent around the world

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Guana Island

British Virgin Islands

It can be tough to tear yourself away from your superyacht even for just one night, but with the luxurious accommodation found on some private islands, it can be worth it. 

Round-the-clock service, perfectly prepared local cuisine and some of the best beaches in the world to share with only your nearest and dearest, we are certain that dropping anchor and tendering out to your very own spot of paradise will be the ultimate addition to your luxury yacht vacation.

1. Guana Island

Guana Island lacks the celebrity cachet of nearby Necker Island, but trumps it in size and good looks. Marketed as the island to “imagine the Caribbean before it went public”, Guana Island boasts seven white beaches, miles of tropical forest, mountains, hills and valleys.

Rates: $23,500 per night including accommodation for up to 32 guests.

While you're there: Enjoy unlimited use of the tennis courts, amazing hiking trails, sailing boats and water toys during your stay and punctuate your activities with stop-offs at the bar for snacks of fresh fruit and a cocktail.

Guests will sample sumptuous cuisine for the duration of the trip, complete with wine pairings, while some days will offer up a treat such as a beach barbeque, movie night or a special castaway picnic on a secluded white beach.  

After an exhilarating yoga class indulge in a massage and a body treatment on Guana's White Bay Beach so you can unwind while listening to the ocean waves.

Getting there: Take a commercial flight or a private jet over to Beef Island before heading out on a ten-minute boat journey to Guana Island. 

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