With the global pandemic during these last couple of months, we are all stuck in our homes, trying to avoid social interaction as much as possible. However, that might seem a little bit impossible at times. So what’s a better idea that buying a sturdy survival bunker? And before you think that they’re not affordable, check the bunkers below that will prove you wrong.
This bunker, Vivos Indiana is located in the wilds of the American Midwest. It is big enough to accommodate up to 80 people and strong enough to withstand a 20-megaton nuclear explosion.
The bunker features several resale places that cost around £28,000 ($35k) per person. It’s not exactly expensive as you have everything you need down there. However, there’s a catch.
The bunker includes a huge chef-style kitchen, a movie theater, open-plan lounge area, and other rooms that meet any need that you might have. In addition, there’s a gym area and an indoor garden for you to grow your own vegetables in your free time. Doesn’t that sound amazing?
Vivos xPoint, South Dakota, USA: £28,000 ($35k)
Te other bunker operated by the same firm is Vivos Point, which can be found in the Black Hills of South Dakota. As it’s situated in a very remote area, it is considered one of the safest places on Earth. There are 575 military bunkers in total in the area, and each one of them can accommodate 10-24 people.
If you want to buy a bunker there, it doesn’t cost you more than £28,000 ($35k). Just like the previous bunker, this one also has everything that you might need. In fact, if you choose to go there, you will see that you won’t even need to come out of the bunker for more than a year.
Mini Bunker, worldwide: £31,600 ($39.5k)
This Mini Bunker offered to you by Texas-based Rising S Company is one of the most affordable and wise investments you can make. With a price of just £31,600 ($39.5k), the bunker is ideal in times of bomb blasts and nuclear fallout.
It measures just 8 by 12 feet, but it is enough to feel like home. Also, you can decorate it in any way you want so that you give it a more welcoming touch. The bunker includes an air filtration system, a bunk bed, an alcohol-burning stove, a compact kitchenette, a composting toilet, and shower unit, and a TV/DVD system to keep you entertained.
Remote desert bunker, California, USA: £40,000 ($50k)
At first glance, Mojave Desert seems like nothing more than a lifeless piece of sand. In fact, it is home to an underground bunker whose price is around £40,000 ($50k).
The bunker is mostly deserted inside, but you can install many features to make it more suitable as a living space.
In the case of disaster strikes, this place is perfect as it’s located in a very remote spot.
Modular shelter, worldwide: from £52,000 ($65k)
Many affordable bunkers are up for sale provided by Texas-based Atlas Survival Shelters. Their prices range from £52,000 ($65k) to higher.The shelters feature a gas-tight door, a state-of-the-art air filtration system, a generator pod, and enough solid steel. It also has stylish sofas, a LED TV and DVD player, and other stuff that can make you feel like home.