Resort on Coronavirus-Free Bahamas Island Costs $300,000 per Month


If you’re looking to get away from coronavirus hotspots, you can travel to one tropical island for a hefty price.

The New York Post reported that Kahari Resort in the Bahamas is currently available to be rented for the whopping cost of $300,000 for the month of August.

Located on remote Stocking Island, which is off the coast of Great Exuma, the high price includes around-the-clock catering from a top chef named Johann Froyz Zwahlen.

The 45-acre property features 13 bungalows and can sleep up to 25 people.

Another perk of the luxurious resort is that Stocking Island has had zero reported cases of coronavirus.

Johns Hopkins University provided NBC News with data surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, which was then turned into an interactive map. The map shows the spread of the virus since late January and indicated the greater Bahamas has had 104 cases of the novel virus and 11 deaths.

After closing access to visitors earlier this year, the Bahamas and the resort are officially opening to tourists beginning on July 1.

In addition to booking the Kahari Resort for August, Neal Sroka, a broker of Douglas Elliman, said the property is available to rent weekly or monthly in July.

“You can get the entire compound, including food and water sports, for the price of a single Hamptons rental,” Sroka added.

Travelers with deep pockets can head to the Kahari Resort's official website to book their stay.

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