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Mustique Island

25 May, 2009

The Mystery of Mustique Island

Mustique Island

With a name that literally screams mystery, Mustique Island is an exclusive retreat area popular among international renowned members of the fields of entertainment, industry, art and science. The island is well known for its attention to the environment and any improvements made to the area have been made with concern in mind for the land and the beautiful water it sits on. People of Mustique Island have vowed to not allow commercialism or greed destroy their island. Tour guides point out this fact when discussing just how pristine the area really is.

People, who travel enjoy Mustique Island beauty flora and fauna, gorgeous water and mouth watering beaches. The island itself is home to a collection of villa’s that have been designed by individual owners. These villas are situated on private lots, each with views of the crystal clear water. These villas are available for rent and each comes with a staff of professional trained butlers, maid and chefs. The staff is actually employed by the individual owner, although they are overseen by the management of the island. These unique villas’s and staff offer vacationers an opulent way to travel.

It is a testament to the beauty of the villas and the professionalism of the staff that most guests return year after year to the same villa. It is well known as an idyllic spot for romance and several packages are available for just this purpose. Smaller, intimate villas are available for the perfect romantic interlude. Walking on the beach, relaxing on private terraces and being waited on hand and foot makes for an excellent romantic get away.

An excellent place to travel and visit, Mustique Island will always remain the beautiful and pristine area it is now. Anyone with an eye towards the future of our environment will enjoy a visit here.

Mustique Island

Mustique Island

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