Musha Cay

The Bahamas, Caribbean

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    A paradise string of islands with a touch of magic

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    A paradise string of islands with a touch of magic

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    A paradise string of islands with a touch of magic

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    A paradise string of islands with a touch of magic

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    A paradise string of islands with a touch of magic

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    A paradise string of islands with a touch of magic

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    A paradise string of islands with a touch of magic

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    A paradise string of islands with a touch of magic

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    A paradise string of islands with a touch of magic

Why we choose Musha Cay

This is Robinson Crusoe-style luxury with 11 islands to call your own

  • Each luxury home has a private beach
  • Dave’s Drive-In is a giant, state-of-the art movie theater on the beach
  • Spa treatments are available on the beach, in your room, anywhere you wish

Musha Cay & The Islands of Copperfield Bay is an all-or-nothing prospect: You gotta rent it all. Not surprisingly, that doesn’t add up to a bargain-basement vacation, but it comes with absolutely everything you could ask for and more. The destination transforms based on your group’s needs—from organized adventures to days of nothing but peace and quiet. And the staff is serious about “ask and ye shall receive,” admitting that they’ve seen and heard it all. It’s comforting to know that whatever strange request you come up with won’t be anything new for them.

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We suggest

Choose any of the rooms, they are all good.

What you need to know about the hotel

Musha Cay offers total privacy plus amenities and adventures unlike anywhere else

  • Food preferences are checked before you arrive, and provisions are flown in for you and your guests
  • The three-mile sandbar is ideal for events and special dining experiences
  • The lighted championship tennis court has a thatched roof gazebo where you can relax between sets

Musha Cay is owned by magician David Copperfield (hence, the “Islands of Copperfield Bay” in the name). Naturally, he’s tried—and succeeded—to create magic here. The whole 11 islands are reserved for one party at a time, and up to 24 guests stay in five beach houses individually decorated with antiques hand-picked by Copperfield. If your party is small enough, you can inject a little extra fun by moving around and trying out the different houses. Head’s up: Beach House, with its open-air bathroom, is only for the adventurous.

Your meals will all be customized by the culinary team—there’s no “set menu.” There are, however, themed events like sushi night, Moroccan night and beach barbecue bonfire that you can choose to ring the changes.

Where is it and what's nearby

Play and relax on 700 acres of lush tropical landscape hidden in the Bahamas

  • Visit a secret jungle village reached via a hidden staircase and filled with friendly (huggable!) monkeys and century-old statues
  • Picnic on one of the islands’ 40 secluded beaches, courtesy of an amphibious catamaran that drops you right on the beach
  • The pristine coral reef is perfect for snorkelers and divers, while the great tides create wonderful fishing conditions

Musha Cay sits across 11 private islands within the Exuma Chain. The approach here is full customization, so you can be as active or as inactive as you’d like while spending time with family and friends. Some of the active options include the “Musha Olympics,” fishing and snorkeling excursions, laser tag, and treasure hunts. For more laid-back experiences, see a flick at Dave’s Drive-In, sing karaoke, play a game on Houdini’s own billiards table or catch a fireworks display.

How to enjoy The Bahamas

The great thing about an archipelago of 700 islands like the Bahamas is that there is bound to be at least one that is perfect for you

  • Charter a yacht to island hop between the islands and cays. Rum Cay has great surfing beaches on its north shore and Mayaguana offers peaceful solitude
  • Visit Bimini to search for the lost city of Atlantis, or follow in Hemingways’s wake to go big game fishing

New Providence is home to the Bahamian capital of Nassau. A charming city, Nassau effortlessly combines glitz (casinos and cruise ships) with a rich heritage (18th Century Fort Charlotte and pink colonial-style Government House). The island has a romantically glamorous past as it was also the sometime home of the former King of England after he abdicated to marry his American sweetheart.

The real draw, of course, is the coast. Pristine white sand, lapped by gentle turquoise water ring the islands. And there is enough of the soft white stuff to find a bit that suits you. For deserted stretches of palm-tree lined beaches, choose a private island, or head to the southern coast of New Providence. For a bit more action, such as swimming with dolphins, snorkelling, golf, casinos and nightlife, Paradise Island is a must.

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    When to visit The Bahamas

    Visit during the Holidays to enjoy Junkanoo. This traditional Bahamian street parade of music, dance, and art held is in Nassau (and a few other settlements) every Boxing Day and New Year’s Day, as well as Emancipation Day.


  • We say

    Great for a private party of friends and family.

  • You need to know

    This is an exclusive private island property. You rent the entire cluster of 11 islands with accommodations for up to 24 guests.


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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with Musha Cay, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Full breakfast for up to two in room guests in restaurant
  • A special David Copperfield memento for each guest, personally autographed by Mr Copperfield (example: custom-made wooden mystery puzzle)

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