You and your friends could rent an entire island off the coast of Belize



Slide 1 of 12: 
 Kanu Private
 Island is an all-inclusive, private resort off the coast of
 Belize. 
 The island features
 five villas that can accommodate up to 10 adults and 10 children,
 making it ideal for large families. 
 Amenities include a private chef, a fishing and snorkeling
 guide, and complimentary massages. 
 Eight adults can stay on the 
 private island for a week for about $500 a night per
 person; for a party of 10 adults, there's a $175 nightly
 surcharge per person. 
 The island has luxury outdoor showers, a freshwater pool with
 a swim-up bar, and king-sized beds. 
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 Have you ever sat at home watching "Bachelor
 In Paradise" and wondered to yourself, "How can I go on a
 vacation like that?"
 Well, Kanu Private
 Island might be the answer to your problem. The small island
 off the coast of Belize is an exclusive vacation spot that can
 accommodate large groups of up to 10 adults and 10 children,
 making it ideal for large families.
 Packages are 
 all-inclusive according to the Kanu website, and they feature
 amenities like personal concierge services, captain and boat
 services for local excursions, and access to kayaks,
 paddleboards,snorkeling gear. 
 As to be expected, it's expensive to take a trip to Kanu. A Kanu
 representative told Insider that the island costs $3,950 per
 night for a week's stay for eight people, which is about $500 per
 person for night, excluding the 9% Belize tax. And although the
 island can fit 10 adults, there's a $175 nightly surcharge per
 adult if you do bring 10 guests rather than eight. 
 Take a look at the island's lavish villas and stunning
 surroundings below.
Slide 2 of 12: 
 The Kanu website says it takes about an hour and a half in total
 to get from Belize City to the island (keep in mind that you'll
 have to get yourself to Belize City, too). Flights to and from
 Belize City and Placencia are included in the package for a
 limited time only according to the site, taking some of the
 additional cost burden off of guests.
 One additional trip on the speedboat to the mainland is also
 included in the fee for a week's stay, according to a
 representative for Kanu.
Slide 3 of 12: 
 All of the villas have high bamboo ceilings and stunning views,
 according to the Kanu website.
Slide 4 of 12: 
 While three villas have a master bedroom, only one of the villas
 on the island has the loft pictured above. According to the
 listing on the Kanu website, the loft comes with two twin beds
 for children.
Slide 5 of 12: 
 The villas feature flat-screen televisions and air conditioning,
 according to the Kanu website, so you'll be taken care of even if
 the weather isn't on your side during your stay.
Slide 6 of 12: 
 The duplex villas can each accommodate two kids and two adults,
 according to Kanu's representative.
Slide 7 of 12: 
 Villas feature outdoor bathrooms, including showers, according to
 Kanu's website.
Slide 8 of 12: 
 And you don't have to worry about keeping it clean, thanks to the
 complimentary housekeeping services that are included with the
 package, according to a Kanu representative told Insider.
Slide 9 of 12: 
 The Kanu website suggests that the tubs are designed to
 accommodate groups with children, but that doesn't mean adults
 can't enjoy a bath, too. You can also have a massage to help you
 relax further; a Kanu representative told Insider that four
 complimentary massages are allotted per group per day during a
 stay.
Slide 10 of 12: 
 With Wi-Fi available throughout the island, you'll be able to
 scroll through your phone as you sit. But you'll probably be too
 busy admiring the views to bother.
Slide 11 of 12: 
 All of your meals and snacks would be prepared by a personal
 chef, and you can enjoy local beer and spirits at no additional
 cost, according to the island's representative. The main area
 also sits next to a freshwater pool, complete with a swim-up bar.
Slide 12 of 12: 
 The Kanu representative also told Insider that other exceptions
 to the inclusive package include additional trips to the
 mainland, diving or deep-sea fishing, and gratuity to the island
 team. 
 Find out more about staying at Kanu Private Island here. 
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Have you ever sat at home watching “Bachelor
In Paradise” and wondered to yourself, “How can I go on a
vacation like that?”

Well, Kanu Private
Island might be the answer to your problem. The small island
off the coast of Belize is an exclusive vacation spot that can
accommodate large groups of up to 10 adults and 10 children,
making it ideal for large families.

Packages are
all-inclusive according to the Kanu website, and they feature
amenities like personal concierge services, captain and boat
services for local excursions, and access to kayaks,
paddleboards,snorkeling gear.

As to be expected, it’s expensive to take a trip to Kanu. A Kanu
representative told Insider that the island costs $3,950 per
night for a week’s stay for eight people, which is about $500 per
person for night, excluding the 9% Belize tax. And although the
island can fit 10 adults, there’s a $175 nightly surcharge per
adult if you do bring 10 guests rather than eight.

Take a look at the island’s lavish villas and stunning
surroundings below.

To get to the private island of Kanu, guests must first fly to Belize City and then take a shorter flight to Placencia, Belize. The Kanu team then takes guests to the island via speedboat.

The Kanu website says it takes about an hour and a half in total
to get from Belize City to the island (keep in mind that you’ll
have to get yourself to Belize City, too). Flights to and from
Belize City and Placencia are included in the package for a
limited time only according to the site, taking some of the
additional cost burden off of guests.

One additional trip on the speedboat to the mainland is also
included in the fee for a week’s stay, according to a
representative for Kanu.

Then, you’d be taken to one of five villas, each of which can host four guests.

All of the villas have high bamboo ceilings and stunning views,
according to the Kanu website.

Three of the villas have a master bedroom with a king-sized bed.

While three villas have a master bedroom, only one of the villas
on the island has the loft pictured above. According to the
listing on the Kanu website, the loft comes with two twin beds
for children.

The other two villas with master bedrooms have pullout beds for kids.

The villas feature flat-screen televisions and air conditioning,
according to the Kanu website, so you’ll be taken care of even if
the weather isn’t on your side during your stay.

The remaining two villas have double beds rather than king-sized ones, though the beachfront view is the same.

The duplex villas can each accommodate two kids and two adults,
according to Kanu’s representative.

Once you’ve dropped off your luggage in your bedroom, you can rinse off the day of traveling.

Villas feature outdoor bathrooms, including showers, according to
Kanu’s website.

You can watch the waves while you rinse the sand off for the day.

And you don’t have to worry about keeping it clean, thanks to the
complimentary housekeeping services that are included with the
package, according to a Kanu representative told Insider.

Some of the villas even have soaking tubs.

The Kanu website suggests that the tubs are designed to
accommodate groups with children, but that doesn’t mean adults
can’t enjoy a bath, too. You can also have a massage to help you
relax further; a Kanu representative told Insider that four
complimentary massages are allotted per group per day during a
stay.

After a bath or massage, you can relax on the central patio, which all of the guests share.

With Wi-Fi available throughout the island, you’ll be able to
scroll through your phone as you sit. But you’ll probably be too
busy admiring the views to bother.

And then you can head into the central building, which features a living room, dining room, large bar, and kitchen.

All of your meals and snacks would be prepared by a personal
chef, and you can enjoy local beer and spirits at no additional
cost, according to the island’s representative. The main area
also sits next to a freshwater pool, complete with a swim-up bar.

Wine, Champagne, and top-shelf spirits aren’t included in the cost of a reservation, so if you fancy a drink you’ll need to pay a little extra.

The Kanu representative also told Insider that other exceptions
to the inclusive package include additional trips to the
mainland, diving or deep-sea fishing, and gratuity to the island
team.

Find out more about staying at Kanu Private Island here. 

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