Google's Larry Page Island
by Caribbean Travel News
Google founder Larry Page is set to marry Lucy Southworth on Necker Island in the British Virgin Islands.
Necker Island is a private island owned by Virgin founder Richard Branson. Anyone can rent Necker Island, as long as you can afford the $46,000 per night rate. It's located off of the northern coast of Virgin Gorda and is accessable via boat from Tortola. The island can host only about 100 people, so the rest of the guests are reportedly staying on Virgin Gorda at Rosewood Resort's Little Dix Bay.
Potential guests of the wedding include President Clinton, Bono, and Google's Tim Armstrong.
Want to go? According to British Virgin Island law, all the beaches in the British Virgin Islands are to be open to the public. With Presidents and rock stars, you'll probably have a tough time getting near it.