1. Marlon Brando – Tetiaroa, French Polynesia, Tahiti Island
Marlon Brando’s discovered “Tetiaroa” in 1960 while looking a place for film. Atoll is located at 33 miles (53 km) north of the island of Tahiti. The total area of Tetiaroa, 2.3 square miles (6 square miles).
2. Nicholas Cage- Leaf Cay, Bahamas.
In 2006, Nicolas Cage bought the island in the Bahamas for $3 million. Prior to that, the actor has already belonged to a luxury home on a paradise island. leaf cay is a part islands with tropical palm trees, long sandy beaches and freshwater bodies of water. These 40 acres is just a copy of paradise on earth.
3. Johnny Depp – Little Halls Pond Cay, Bahamas
These 45 acres a mile long is a private island that is part of the Exumas Islands in the south of the Bahamas. The cost of the island is $ 3.6 million, here are the most beautiful coral reefs in the world.
4. Leonardo DiCaprio – Blackadore Cay, Belize
Leonardo DiCaprio bought this 2.2 miles long island for $ 1.75 million in 2005. It is a beautiful island with white sand beaches located near the famous Barrier Reef.
6. Mel Gibson – Mago Island, Fiji.
Mel Gibson, the Aussie by origin, has joined to the list of the owners of Fijian islands after the purchasing the Mago island in the in 2005, approximately for $ 15 millions. The island is 5,400 acres, which make one of the largest private islands.
12. David Copperfield – Musha Cay, Bahamas.
Magician David Copperfield owns four islands in the southern Bahamas for $ 50 million. Musha cay is 150 acres mile long, where the owner has created a private resort. He rents the Musha resort for $ 325,000 per week.