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Inside the world’s largest doomsday community home to $55,000 bunkers

The best plan for the worst day!
  • Enes Yilmazer took us on a tour of the world’s largest doomsday bunkers
  • Each of these cost a whopping $45,000 to $55,000
  • They are located in Fall River County, South Dakota

Published on Apr 24, 2024 at 6:27PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Apr 24, 2024 at 6:29PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Tom Wood

Welcome to the fascinating world of doomsday communities and bunkers, where the ultra-rich prepare for the end of the world in style.

Don’t read it again – you got that right – preparing for the end of the world!

Imagine a place with luxurious underground shelters, equipped with everything you need to ride out any catastrophe in comfort.

READ MORE: Jeff Bezos acquires third mansion on exclusive ‘Billionaire Bunker’ island with $90m purchase

In a YouTube video, luxury real estate content creator Enes Yilmazer took us on a tour of the world’s largest doomsday bunkers.

Each of these costs a whopping $45,000 to $55,000.

But don’t let the price tag fool you – they are not extorting you for your fear.

These bunkers are anything but drab.

Inside, you’ll find cozy living spaces adorned with wood paneling, kitchens, bedrooms, and even entertainment rooms.

It’s like that one luxurious hotel in Maldives. Just, instead of underwater, your doomsday bunker is underground.

But where are these doomsday community bunkers located, you may ask?

Fall River County, South Dakota, is home to Vivos xPoint, the world’s largest underground survival community.

Once known as Fort Igloo, this site served as a military depot for over two decades before being transformed into a modern-day sanctuary for 575 families and a total population of 5,000.

From a General Store and Restaurant & Bar to a Gym and Gardens, xPoint offers everything you need to survive and thrive underground.

And with 99-year leases, it’s a long-term investment in your safety and security.

But why would anyone need a bunker, you wonder? Well, let’s face it – none of us have plans for doomsday, but billionaires?

They’re one step ahead.

While we’re not even stocking up on canned goods and bottled water, they’re buying bunkers fit for kings.

It’s a bit amusing, isn’t it?

But hey, if the end of the world is coming, why not go out in style?

So, while we may not have our doomsday plans sorted just yet, it’s fascinating to know that there are places like Vivos xPoint where billionaires can seek refuge when the world goes topsy-turvy.

After all, when the zombies come knocking, it’s better to sip cocktails in your underground oasis rather than fight.

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