What’s REALLY On Richard Branson’s Private Island?
Richard Branson made his fortune early in his career with the Beatles, and later the major corporation known as Virgin! He’s worth billions, owns his own private island, and this is a personalized tour!
Richard Branson got the deal of a lifetime when he purchased Necker Island in 1978. Branson paid a mere $180,000 for the private island in the British Virgin Islands. The billionaire and Virgin Group founder turned Necker Island into a fabulous resort and playground complete with a nature preserve, watersports, spa, and luxury villas. Guests can spend a night at this palatial estate for a whopping $60,000. Necker Island is where Branson works and relaxes. He has held conferences and retreats on the island for numerous causes.
Today, Necker Island is valued at $100 million, and Branson has spent millions on multiple renovations and rebuilds of the island resort. The resort was practically wiped out by Hurricane Irma, and a lighting storm nearly burned the resort’s Great House to the ground. Princess Diana, Barack Obama, and numerous other celebrities and dignitaries have relaxed and work on the island. Branson loves to invite his close friends, but anybody can visit this fabulous island.
Private jets fly into nearby islands and guests travel to Necker Island via boat. Every guest is greeted with champagne upon arrival and the bubbly doesn’t stop flowing. World-class chefs prepare the finest meals and tennis instructors are on hand 24/7 to help guests perfect their skills on the court. Yachts can dock off the coast, and the island will soon be converted entirely to clean energy. Necker Island is stunning, and if you have enough cash you can visit for yourself. Here’s a look at all Necker Island has to offer.