And it’s even being offered without reserve.

There’s no doubt that a private stretch of land in the sapphire-blue pacific ocean has to remain one of the world’s most desirable places to set up your basecamp.

Land in the Island nation of Fiji is, as you could imagine, pretty hard to come by in fact, only 8% of the land in the country is available for freeholding. So when a full island of its own comes available on the market, it tends to make headlines. Now, one has indeed come up for auction, in the form of the 32-acre Mai Island, resting just off the coast of Fiji’s second-largest island, Vanua Levu.

Read the entire article by Brad Nash At GQ Australia HERE.