We've never had such a good excuse to ditch the real world.
We always thought our living-on-an-island dreams would stay forever plunked on a Pinterest board, but now, there's reason to believe that actually living on a luxury island is totally possible.
The folks at Samujana Retreats and Residences recently named the world's top 10 luxury islands, and the prices of average day-to-day activities -- from meals to beers to adventure excursions -- are, shockingly, lower than we ever dreamed.
Pack up your yachts, people. We're moving (or at least taking a super long vacation) to the tropics.
Vanua Levu, Fiji
Average price of a beer: $1
Starting price for an island-hopping tour: $15
Average price of a hotel room: $27/night
Starting price for a shipwreck dive tour: $50
Koh Samui, Thailand
Average price of hotel room: $20/night
Isla Mujeres, Mexico
Average price of a beer: $1.50
Caye Caulker, Belize
Average price of three meals/day: $15
Aitutaki, Cook Islands
Average price of a beer: $3
Bocas Del Toro, Panama
Starting price for a caving tour: $45
Marco Island, Florida
Average price of a beer: $2
Want a more detailed breakdown of your expenses as an island resident? Check out Sumanjana's infographic below.
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Nurai Island—Abu Dhabi
Six Senses Con Dao—Vietnam
Judge Island—Beaufort, South Carolina
Private Island—Brittany, France
Sturdivant Island—Cumberland, Maine