Leonardo DiCaprio’s Luxurious Eco Resort On A Private Island Off Belize Looks Like Pure Sex
When he’s not sleeping with super models, Leonardo DiCaprio spends his downtime trying to change the world and he has focused his immense wealth and influence primarily on the topics of climate change, the environment, and sustainability. It’s easy for many to dismiss the Hollywood elite as over-privileged and entitled a-holes living in a bubble, but you simply cannot deny that Leonardo DiCaprio‘s new sustainable eco-resort off the coast of Belize is mind-blowingly gorgeous.
To say that Blackadore Caye, A Restorative Island is all DiCaprio’s doing is unfair because there are many others working on the project, he’s just helping to design the new resort that’s set to open towards the end of 2018 (he’s also an owner). I don’t want to take credit away from the others working on this project, but you’re here to see the new brainchild of Bro King Leonardo DiCaprio and that’s exactly what you’ll get to see:
So, what’s the story behind this project? According to Business Insider, Leonardo DiCaprio’s new Blackadore Caye “will feature 36 resort bungalows and 36 estate homes, all of which will be powered by 100% renewable energy harvested from solar panels. Rainwater will be collected and filtered on-site and combined with solar-powered desalinization devices to meet the resort’s water needs.”
Leo purchased the island for only $1.75 million a little over a decade ago, and it’s proving to be one of his more fruitful investments as interest in Blackadore Caye is growing worldwide.
With this island, he’s hoping to reverse the deforestation effects which have ravished the surrounding area, including overfishing by local commercial fishermen as well as the clearing and cutting down of mangroves in the area which has wiped the coast clean. He’ll be reintroducing native plant species all across the 104-acre property and that includes the planting of 20,000 red mangrove trees around the island’s perimeter.
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