Ronde Island, Grenada is a 2,000-acre (8.1 km2) private island in the Lesser Antilles chain of the Caribbean Sea. The island was listed for sale as of October 2007 for US$100,000,000, making it currently the most expensive listed island property in the world. but currently the opposition and activists and The Government Of Grenada are going through negotiations to reclaim the Island and no longer list it for sale. Ronde Island also contains a small pond and is surrounded by many other islands such as Diamond Island (Grenadines), Caille Island, Les Tantes and many other surrounding Islands. Ronde Island also provides a habitat for species such as Chelonoidis carbonaria, Corallus grenadensis.