Believe it or not, you and your friends can spend your next trip on a private island hidden in the Sunshine State. East Sister Rock Island in the Florida Keys is available for rent and offers a gorgeous tropical getaway like no other. This unique spot is without doubt the vacation of your dreams. 

You can book this one-of-a-kind rental on VRBO with your pals before summer ends. This secret spot is less than a mile from Marathon, FL, and has a dock and helicopter pad so you can arrive in style by air or sea. 

The incredible place is surprisingly spacious with three bedrooms and two baths. It accommodates up to six people, so it's perfect for your circle of besties or even a couples retreat. 

East Sister Rock Island currently costs $1,380 per night with a seven-day minimum stay. Be sure to save up if you want a weeklong stay in paradise. 

Currently, available dates this month are August 15-22, with openings this fall, too. 

This jaw-dropping spot is perfect for stressed-out Miamians that need a calming vacay. You can go for a soak in the pool while you gaze out at the gently lapping waves and swaying palm trees.

You're in for some much-needed relaxation and sunshine at this dreamy isle that will make you feel like new again. 

Enjoy unbeatable sunsets surrounded by turquoise surf and nothing to block your view of the horizon. These 360-degree views are like something straight out of a movie.

When you're done catching some rays, you and your besties can go snorkeling in the nearby coral reef for a peek into a spectacular underwater world. 

Rent this place with your friends or alone, you'll be sure to leave totally refreshed with tons of great memories and beautiful photos to show for it. 

East Sister Rock Island

Price: $1,380 / 7 night minimum stay

Address: Marathon, FL

Why You Need To Go: Carpe diem! Stay on a private island in Florida and have an unforgettable experience. 

We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.

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