If you can stand the price and you desire a true luxury private experience it is doesn’t get any better then this place. Musha Cay private island captures the romance and elegance of luxury island living of a bygone era. Located in the aqua shallows north of Great Exuma in the southern Bahamas, 85 miles southeast of Nassau, Musha Cay is a 150-acre isle of paradise.
Rent this 150-acre island, with a staff of thirty-plus to attend to your every need, for yourself and up to 23 of your nearest, and luckiest, friends. Musha Cay, offers an extraordinary formula of beauty. Just a ten-minute flight to the private island resort on Musha Cay’s own Twin-Otter plane. Paths meander among palm trees and brilliantly colored tropical flowers, leading you to hidden coves and 7 white sand private beaches on the edge of a translucent surf. Timelessness is a natural part of the “Musha” private island experience. Each day unfolds in complete privacy and unfettered freedom. The unique part of this experience is how easy it is to slip into the natural, soothing Bahamian cadence. The quiet unobtrusive staff makes sure you do not have a care in the world.
Distinguished English Colonial style architecture blends perfectly into the tropical environment, while expansive terraces – handcrafted of mahogany – offer breathtaking panoramic views of the island and the turquoise sea. The interior of each guest accommodation features beautiful West Indian design, with magnificent four-poster beds in each master bedroom. Exceptional amenities complete the experience and provide guests with an almost unlimited range of activities.
Of the 5 guest villas, the most lavish is a 10,000-square-foot hilltop English colonial manor house with two bedrooms. The others are brightly painted 2-to-5-bedroom beachfront villas and an ultra-private thatch-roofed beach house for two. Enjoy multi-course feasts prepared by a world-class chef in the waterfront dining room, the beach bar, or your villa.
Snorkel, play tennis, fish for blue marlin, take advantage of a flotilla of speedboats and sailboats, or hop over to Nassau on the resort’s Twin Otter (unless, of course, you’ve brought your own plane).