The contestants may have to rough it out on Australian Survivor, but that doesn’t mean you have to.
Two stunning beachfront blocks in Fiji, just 15 minutes from the show’s camp, are up for sale.
While the price of oceanside land might be millions of dollars in Australia, the blocks in the tropical paradise can be yours, starting at just $102,000, Realestate.com.au reports.
On island time! Stunning beachfront land (pictured) in Fiji just 15 minutes from the Survivor camp can be yours for just $102,000
The publication reports that the blocks are located in the resort of Sigasiga Sands near the Savusavu township, and are ready for development.
They are 1396 square metres and 1780 square metres respectively.
The publication also reports that there are almost 50 acres of shared land, which is maintained by the body corporate of the resort.
Beach babe: Pictured is contestant Sam Schoers, who was recently booted off the show
It comes after Survivor contestant Shaun Hampson revealed just how gruelling the show is and how it affected his body.
The 31-year-old former AFL star appeared on Nova’s Fitzy and Wippa and said that he struggled both physically and mentally thanks to the lack of food and even found himself having nightmares.
‘You starve yourself for a couple of weeks on rice and beans… it just shreds away,’ Shaun said of the dramatic weight loss.
Gruelling:It comes after Survivor contestant Shaun Hampson revealed just how gruelling the show is and how it affected his body
He added that the lack of food ‘really takes it out of you’ after the fourth day.
In addition to hunger pangs, he felt the effects of his diminished energy levels on his blood pressure and heart rate.
Shaun also revealed that prolonged hunger resulted in him having bizarre dreams at night, in which he was taunted by food that he couldn’t eat or taste.
The retired AFL star added that he found it especially difficult to sleep in the camp, and claims he only had 10 hours of sleep in the first week.
Furthermore, the unpredictable weather conditions on the island made the privations even harder to cope with.
He said the whole camp was shivering during Tribal Council once, when they were forced to stand in the rain for hours.
Shaun explained that it was sheer adrenaline that got him through the tougher moments in his Australian Survivor journey.
Intense! The 31-year-old former AFL star appeared on Nova’s Fitzy and Wippa and said that he struggled both physically and mentally thanks to the lack of food and even found himself having nightmares