Mago Island, Fiji Lau Islands, Fiji

Sold
Mago Island, Fiji
5,400 Acres

Property Facts & Highlights

  • One of the worlds largest private islands
  • Secluded and largely undeveloped
  • Purchased by a well known private individual

Mago (pronounced Mungo) Island is one of the largest freehold islands in the southwest Pacific consisting of over 5,400 acres (8 square miles) of pristine ecology and varied terrain.  The Unique Properties team sold Mago Island in 2004 on behalf of the founder of the major Japanese Corporation, Tokyu to a well known private individual.  This sale was the largest private island our team has sold.


Listing Agents

Mark Lester

mark.lester@colliers.com
604 692 1409

Alan L. Johnson

alan.johnson@colliers.com
604 661 0842

Property in detail

Located in the northwest sector of the Northern Lau Group of islands in Fiji, Mago rises majestically to 670 feet on its eastern cliffs and is fringed entirely by protective reefs, powder white beaches and turquoise lagoons.

The rich volcanic soil is evident in the lush, expansive interior plain and is considered by locals to be among the most fertile land in the region. A wide variety of tropical fruits, vegetables and other flora flourish profusely. Mango, coconut, grapefruit, mandarin, guava and papaya to name just a few proliferate in natural abundance.

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