Marlon Brando fell in love with this unusual place while filming of 'Mutiny on the Bounty'. At the beginning he wondered whther a man born in Nebraska and raised in Middle West can be happy here. He indeed was after buying this island and spending the next 25 years as frequent resident here. And no wonder - crystal blue water shimmering in big lagoon, pristine beaches and forests of Brando's island are something to see for yourself.
10 years after Brando's death unique Brando's Resort was opened, offering 2 restaurants and 35 luxury villas tucked in the evergreen Tahitan forest.
Previous guests include Leonardo Di Caprio, Pippa Middleton and Barrack Obama, who spent here a month claiming that 'If Leo came here with different girls and not one photo was leaked, then that's where I want to go for holiday'.
Resort is reachable by 20-minutes flight with a plane from Tahiti. Leo and Barrack recommend!
Movie credit: The Brando