‘Sex Island’ Holiday

‘Sex Island’ holiday offering prostitutes and drugs advertised despite widespread condemnation. 

Organisers deny claims of human trafficking.

A “sex island” holiday offering drugs, alcohol and orgies is to be revived, despite widespread criticism.

The controversial package was advertised last year, sparking public outcry, and a video promoting the holiday was removed by YouTube and the event moved location due to security concerns.

This year the party will be held at an unnamed, “drug-friendly” private island in the Caribbean, with capacity for 30 men who can look forward to “unlimited sex” with “beautiful latina girls”.

The website promises two women to every man, sex activities, live sex shows, luxury yacht parties and “surprises”, for the sum of £4,600 per person, with meals and alcohol included.

Organisers Good Girls Co say the event is legal and deny claims of human trafficking, saying the women are all over 18 and participate of their own free will.

Although prostitution is legal in Colombia, where the 2017 trip was due to be hosted, it is only allowed in designated “tolerance zones”. As the destination of this year’s event is unknown, it remains unclear whether the company is breaching the law.

“All our girls are tested and free of any sexual disease,” says the website. “There is also a very strict condom policy rule, and of course an unlimited amount of condoms.” The new promotional video, which has yet to be taken down by YouTube, depicts a man arriving at the airport and climbing aboard a coach (transfers are included), before boarding a yacht filled with scantily clad women who gyrate and dance around him.

Alcohol is poured into their mouths; a later scene depicts naked women covered in food to illustrate that meals are provided.

“All the girls are here to please you and make you feel like a king, if you have any special fantasy make sure to inform the host, or the girls and they will make sure to bring them to life,” says the site.