Newlyweds Miranda Kerr and Evan Spiegel are honeymooning on Laucala Island

After reportedly tying the knot in a small, intimate ceremony at their Brentwood, California home last week, Miranda Kerr and Snapchat CEO, Evan Spiegel, are honeymooning on the private island of Laucala in Fiji, a resort owned by billionaire Red Bull co-founder, Dietrich Mateschitz, reports Business Insider.

While the pair are said to be staying at Mateschitz’s private residence on the island, even the main guest villas are pretty impressive. And the accommodations don’t come cheap, with a typical stay ranging from $12,800 and $60,000 per night.

Set amid coconut plantations, beside deserted beaches and atop the island’s volcanic mountains, the 25 villas are glammed up versions of traditional Fijian dwellings, each coming with its own pool and boasting large, open doorways to private gardens and the ocean beyond.

Other five-star amenities include coconut-milk baths at the resort’s spa, as well as access to an 18-hole, championship golf course.

With a 240-acre farm, Laucala is also dedicated to sustainable living, growing produce like mangoes and passion fruit for the resort’s five restaurants, as well as flowers and spices for the spa. For an organic and eco-friendly advocate like Kerr, it seems the island couldn’t be more perfect.

But there’s one catch: Guests much stay for a minimum of four nights, which means you’ll have to shell out big time for this luxurious getaway.

Bucket list moment, anyone?

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