Musha Cay and the Islands of Copperfield Bay, The Bahamas

  • Jennifer Hall

At Musha Cay, a private-island resort that is available to one party at a time, you pretty much do what you want when you want and where you want. An itinerary can be eclectic enough to include a Houdini séance (illusionist David Copperfield owns the resort) and more mundane experiences such as in-room massages and facials in one of the five beach houses where guests stay. All of the houses have DVD players and flat-screen satellite TVs, but for a more magical time, you can watch movies on the beach, on a drive-in-size screen erected for the evening, with grilled burgers from the makeshift concession.

203.602.0300, www.mushacay.com

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