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An aerial shot of Tetiaroa, a collection of Polynesian islets that Marlon Brando bought in 1966.

Guests can look out at the lagoon and ocean from the Brando’s main bar and lounge. A wooden walkway leads to intimate seating areas.

This is a layout of a one bedroom villa. There are also two and three bedroom villas available.

The 22 villas are located on Motu Onetahi, the resort island of Tetiaroa.

Guests relax at the private plunge pool that comes with each villa.

Marlo Brando’s vision for a luxurious sustainable venture is finally coming to life on Tetiaroa, his private collection of Polynesian islets. The Brando, an experiment in eco-friendly extravagance, is set to open in July 2014.

Brando fans worldwide got a closer look at plans for the resort when its official website launched on Monday with a video outlining the vision for the resort.

In addition to restaurants, bars, and a spa, the resort will have 35 villas with private pools, an organic garden and orchard, a luxury pearl shop. The are also 25 ocean-front properties available for luxury homes.

The Brando developer Pacific Beachcomber explains the three goals of the resort in the online video: To preserve and fund greater research of the environment, support the growth and well-being of the local community, and to build the most luxurious eco-friendly resort on the planet.

The resort aims to operate exclusively with renewable, non-fossil energy sources.

Photo Credit: Tetiaroa is an atoll meaning the land was previously an island, but the middle is no longer above ground. The_Nomad_Soul / Flickr