It's been called the "Billionaire Bunker" and one of the "wealthiest, private, most secure communities in Miami Beach and the world."

Indian Creek is a village of just 42 people on a tiny private island in Miami's Biscayne Bay. Its "Billionaire Bunker" nickname stems from its wildly wealthy and high-profile residents, including billionaire investor Carl Icahn, supermodel Adriana Lima, and Spanish singer Julio Iglesias.

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"Indian Creek is an exclusive 300-acre island located on the beautiful waters of Biscayne Bay and recognized as one of the wealthiest, private, most secure communities in Miami Beach, and the world," Michael Light, founder of Miami Luxury Homes and senior director of luxury sales at Douglas Elliman, wrote on his website. "The high level of privacy and security is the highest priority to the residents of Indian Creek and maintained by having its own private police force, as well as its own 24/7 armed marine patrol monitoring the waters surrounding the island."

I got a tour of the island from Nelson Gonzalez , a luxury realtor and the senior vice president of EWM Realty International.

Here's what it's like on the exclusive, high-security island.

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