With pristine blue waters, sprawling sandy beaches and dramatic peaks, Hawaii is unquestionably one of the most gorgeous states in the world. Mark Zuckerberg, who was already holding a part of land in Hawaii has bought more land in the island state worth ₹391 crores. The new portion of the land purchased by the Facebook CEO and his wife Priscilla Chan is in Hawaii’s Kauai and spreads across an area of 600 acres. Kauai is the second-oldest of the main Hawaiian Islands and is nicknamed ‘the Garden Isle’. Covered by tropical rain forests and ringed by rolling cliffs, the island aptly fits into the definition of a ‘slice of heaven’.
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Zuckerberg’s Total Land Holdings In Hawaii Is Now Over 1,300 Acres
Owning a piece of land in Hawaii worth millions of dollars is something most people can only dream of. But it’s truly said that money can make dreams come true. Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan bought 600 more acres of land in Hawaiian island, Kauai worth ₹391 crores and now their total land holdings in the beach state is over 1,300 acres. The recent purchase of the billionaire couple is the land fronting Larsen’s Beach ( also called Lepeuli) in the Kauai island. 30 Best Beach Captions & Beach Quotes For Instagram
The Beach Will Remain Open To The Public
Zuckerberg purchased the land from Waioli Corporation. According to a Business Insider report, Sam Pratt, the president of Waioli Corporation, said, “We know that this land will remain in their trusted hands and that Mark and Priscilla will act as responsible stewards of Lepeuli today and in the future.” Zuckerberg and Chan said, “We have been working closely with a number of community partners to promote conservation, produce sustainable agriculture and protect native wildlife at our ranch and in the surrounding areas, and look forward to extending that effort to Lepeuli in the months ahead.” The beach will remain open to the public.