TOP 25 MOST BEAUTIFUL ISLAND IN THE WORLD.

01.Seychelles

While you're coming to the beaches, don't be shocked when the food, nature, and nightlife make you want your stay extended. Victoria's capital is the cultural hub where you will find markets and art galleries, along with a museum of natural history, a Hindu temple, and a national monument, Victoria Clocktower. Unique fauna and flora are spread all over the archipelago, and even uncommon coco de Mer palms can be seen. Seychelles, consisting of 115 islands, offers so much more than it meets the eye.

Seychelles

02. Palawan Island, Philippines

This long, thin island has some of the most incredible natural beauty in western Philippines. Think: an underwater river beneath stalactites and stalagmites, calcareous rocks rising from azure lagoons, and sweeping palm-fringed beaches waiting to be Instagrammed.

Palawan Island, Philippines

03. Santorini, Greece

Perhaps location of Atlantis' storied island, Santorini is the subject of screensavers and wall calendars. Red-, black-and white-sand beaches line their caldera lake — one of the world's biggest — while classic whitewashed buildings walk up the hillside overlooking the Aegean Sea.

From centuries-old windmills and ancient ruins to blue-domeed churches and colorful wooden fishing boats, photo opportunities abound. For the full experience, live in a boutique cave hotel.

Santorini, Greece

04. Sicily, Italy

Cultural gems decorate the island, but the city of Palermo in particular is renowned for its culture, architecture and art that can be seen around every corner. Highlighted by the highest active volcano in Europe, Mount Etna, the views are almost ideal as you will see everything from meadows and mountains to the sea and volcanoes. In addition to being suitable for water activities and hiking, Sicily is also a fan-favorite for birdwatching.

Although Italy is renowned for its cuisine, the good news for foodies is that every single part of Sicily has its own specialty. The largest island in the Mediterranean is more than happy to become your picture-perfect vacation spot on the world.

Sicily, Italy

05.Bora Bora, French Polynesia

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Bora Bora, French Polynesia

06. St. Lucia, Caribbean

Regarding island vacation spots, the action-packed Bora Bora is consistently considered the best island in the world for a honeymoon because of the VIP treatment you can get from your lodge. Bora Bora is a peaceful place to relax, soak up the sun and enjoy delicious meals, or you can take advantage of all the activities that they have to offer. From shark feedings and safaris to parasailing and boat tours on the lagoon, this small island packs a big punch.

St. Lucia, Caribbean

07. Big Island, Hawaii

The Hawaii Island (i.e., the Big Island) comprises 10 of the 14 climate zones in the world, the only place on the planet with so many clustered into one small region. Lush, tropical vegetation rules the island's lush, rainy, windward side (see Akaka Falls and Waianuenue / Rainbow Falls) while more arid beauty is on show in Hapuna Beach Park. Even at the mysterious summit of the Mauna Kea volcano you can enter an ice climate. Lake Waiau is also one of the largest lakes in the USA.

Big Island, Hawaii

08.Cocos Keeling, Australia

A collection of 27 coral islands that make up two atolls in the Indian Ocean, the Cocos Keeling Islands, has been virtually unheard of until beach campaigners Brad Farmer and Andrew Short named Cocos Keeling's Cossies Beach the best for Australia in 2017. Called the last pristine paradise on the globe, the isolated location is as special for what is not there (i.e., high-rise resorts, fast restaurants, tourists, traffic) as it is: clear white sand and a turquoise lagoon home to 30,000 sea turtles.

Cocos Keeling, Australia

09. Capri, Italy

Don't be shocked if you have some appearances of celebrities here as Capri's guests were sparkling earlier than most of us were living. Ruins, grottoes, and coves lend the island a special feel to enjoy. Its laid-back environment ensures you can do as little or as much as you want. From designer boutiques and tasty seafood and Italian restaurants to chartered yachts and group tours, there's a lot why Capri is one of the world's best island holidays.

Whether you want an exhilarating nature experience or Instagram pictures beautifully beachy and workplace bragging rights, you've come to the right place. To get a great getaway, explore any of the world's most beautiful islands. Your stories and pictures of the world's best islands will render you the envy of all your mates and your wonderful memories will last a lifetime. Happy Travels!

Capri, Italy

10.Whitsunday Islands, Australia.

The beaches, biking and rainforests allow the Whitsunday Islands the perfect island holiday for a solo trip, a pair trip or a family-fun holiday. If the Great Barrier Reef is on the bucket list, which it should be because it's one of the world's most exciting locations, the Whitsunday Islands are the perfect place to go so you can sail, swim, snorkel or ride around it. Golf, archaeological sites, and bush walking are also common with tourists when you're ready to get out of the water. If you explore the Whitsunday Islands, you certainly do yourself a huge favour.

Whitsunday Islands, Australia
11.James Bond Island, Southern Thailand

A pebble spike suddenly growing from Phang Nga Bay's emerald seas, James Bond Rock (Koh Tapu; "Nail Island" in Thai) received its nickname from starring in two 007 movies: The Man with the Golden Gun (1974) and Tomorrow Never Dies (1997).Excursions on photogenic lontail boats depart from the famous resort areas of Phuket, Khao Lak and Krabi. Discover underground lagoons, craggy sea caves and a floating town on one of the most famous islands on the trip.

James Bond Island, Southern Thailand

12. Boracay Island, Philippines

Upon visiting Boracay Island you definitely won't get any sleep. During the day, you'll be in a paraw, jet skiing, kitesurfing or diving to discover the sea life, and at night, live music and fire twirlers set the stage for you to party away the night. When you find a spare moment, some of the beaches even have relaxation stations that deliver a range of guaranteed choices for loosening you up.

Boracay Island, Philippines

13.Koh Samui, Thailand

Koh Samui is one of the best jewels in Thailand and is world-famous for its beaches and dining. But those aren't the only reasons you should be exploring this beautiful country. Consider heading towards the rainforest after a while at the beach and finding some of the green hiking trails.

You should follow up on your walk by relaxing in one of the many spas where calm and serenity will be assured. Relaxation and enjoyment combine to make Koh Samui a perfect holiday location.

Koh Samui, Thailand

14.Zanzibar Islands - Tanzania.

Zanzibar is a paradise on the island, with so much to do. Situated off the coast of Tanzania, Zanzibar is full of soft sandy beaches extending for miles, bordered by smooth, turquoise water and lush green plants, swinginging in the wind. Connect delicious food and rich history to some local culture, and you'll understand why you should visit Zanzibar!

The beautiful island of Zanzibar, renowned as the Spice Island on the east coast of Africa, is filled with culture and history, apparently at odds with its idyllic landscape of white-sand beaches and palms swaying lazily in the sea breeze. It makes Zanzibar a wonderful place to visit and a vision to rest and unwind together.

Zanzibar Islands

15.Macedonia Malta

Although it's famous for surfing, sailing, snorkeling, and more, Malta's historic sites are truly the draw. With more than 10 kings in its day, from the Phoenicians to the St. John's Knights, prepare to see many monumental landmarks and some of the oldest structures in the world.

Among the most interesting sites you'll see here are the fortresses and megalithic temples. Yes, you would absolutely love the beaches and the landscape, but its rich history gives Malta one of the best holidays on the world ever.

Macedonia malta

16.Langkawi, Malaysia

If you are searching for a chilled out place that hasn't been totally overwhelmed by tourists, then Langkawi's UNESCO Global Geopark is a perfect option. Fit for shopaholics, duty-free shopping and discount shopping is popular with tourists. Be sure to check out the night markets, go jungle trekking and indulge in the delicious food if you are looking to stay above shore. Once you're about to get wet, you will completely discover Pulau Payar Marine Park's aquatic wonderland.

Langkawi, Malaysia

17. Fiji Islands

Drop-dead Amazing Fiji is the vision of a director. Spy its Mamanuca Island Chain at Cast Away and Survivor; ogle its Yasawa Archipelago in Blue Lagoon's 1980 edition. The icing on the cake is a dizzying amount of natural scenery— from mountains and mangroves to rivers and beaches — swathes Fiji's 333 islands, and awe-inspiring animals (whales, sea turtles, dolphins, parrots).Book a workplace (villa) at one of Fiji's various private-island resorts for scenery with a side of comfort and exclusivity.

fiji islands

18.Hvar, Croatia

Hvar is as interesting as it is beautiful, with a past extending to the Stone Age. Walls dated from the 13th century surround Hvar City and its red-tiled roofs. In 2008 the ancient Stari Grad Plain stone ruins became a UNESCO World Heritage site.

A jaunt through shows rugged mountains, green vineyards and fragrant fields of lavender. Embark on a snorkeling boat trip to the Adriatic, dive in sea caves and visit hidden beaches and hamlets along the seaside.

Hvar, Croatia

19. Capri, Italy

Don't be shocked if you have some appearances of celebrities here as Capri's guests were sparkling earlier than most of us were living. Ruins, grottoes, and coves lend the island a special feel to enjoy. Its laid-back environment ensures you can do as little or as much as you want. From designer boutiques and tasty seafood and Italian restaurants to chartered yachts and group tours, there's a lot why Capri is one of the world's best island holidays.

Whether you want an exhilarating nature experience or Instagram pictures beautifully beachy and workplace bragging rights, you've come to the right place. To get a great getaway, explore any of the world's most beautiful islands. Your stories and pictures of the world's best islands will render you the envy of all your mates and your wonderful memories will last a lifetime. Happy Travels!

Capri, Italy

20.Orcas Island, U.S..

Think of it at sea as Pacific Northwest. Orcas Island, the biggest of the San Juan Islands in Washington, has enclosed giant firs and cedars, and miles of safe shoreline to scope out its signature whales.

Orcas Island, U.S.
21.Cocks Comb Island, Myanmar

There are no beaches off Myanmar on this island in the Andaman Sea, but that's what makes up its color-changing, heart-shaped lagoon. Swim through a tunnel to enter the quiet lagoon and enjoy the sublime snorkeling

Cocks Comb Island, Myanmar
22.Isle of Skye, Scotland

The Isle of Skye is among the hottest resorts in Scotland. Thousands of visitors flock to the island each year to see its breathtaking scenery, quaint towns and spectacular coastline. And how do you prepare the ideal itinerary for the Isle of Skye? We have great tips to help you make the most of your time here, if you have one, two or three days (or more, if you're very lucky!). An acceptable minimum of two days. The Isle of Skye can look small on a map but here there's a lot to do. Even if you have only one day to spare, you still have sufficient time to see the island's finest.

The Isle of Skye is amongst Scotland's best resorts. Every year thousands of visitors flock to the island to see its amazing scenery, quaint towns and magnificent coastline. And how are you planning the perfect route for the Isle of Skye? We have great ideas here to help you make the most of your time, whether you've got one, two or three days (or more, if you're really lucky!). An appropriate 2 day minimum. On a map the Isle of Skye may look small but there's a lot to do here. Even if you only have one day to spare, you still have enough time to see the best one on the island.

Isle of Skye, Scotland
23.Reunion Island.

Reunion Islands in the Indian Ocean, France's overseas department and about 9,000 km from Paris, is like a tasty kichdi-a goulash of African, Asian, and European cultures. In an acrimonious world, it is the comfort food that would raise the spirits.Sandwiched between Mauritius and Africa, there are mountains, lakes, sandy beaches, sparkling blue seas and vertiginous falls on this paradise isle. But more than the natural beauty, it's the island's people who give it its distinctive features.

Yet Indian-born people–around 45 per cent of the total population of 837,000 inhabitants–are glossy witnesses to this merger.The island, formed five million years ago from a volcanic upsurge, was first discovered by Arab traders. Shortly the invaders came — the Portuguese, the British and the French. Finally it was colonized by the French, and in 1793 it was christened Reunion Island.

Reunion Island
24.Samoa Island.

Known as Polynesia's Cradle, Samoa is notable for its way of life, called "Fa'a Samoa." It's a 3,000-year-old social code that pays homage to family, culture and the environment. Happily, the landscape is just as stunning as the local culture. A dive into the To Sua Ocean Trench swimming grotto is a must on the main island of Upolu. Visit caves, waterfalls, blowholes and the Saleaula lava field on Savaii, Samoa's largest island, created by a volcanic eruption that buried five villages in 1905.

Samoa Island
25.Guadeloupe, Caribbean

The French Caribbean so-called pearl, Guadeloupe is a butterfly-shaped archipelago of five main islands where the tower of volcanoes and 200-plus beaches come in shades from black and white to red and pink. In 1993 the tropical forest of Basse-Terre and Grand-Cul-de-Sac Marin Bay were designated a UNESCO biosphere reserve. From here island-hop to discover Grande-Anse Beach at Les Saintes; the rum estates of Marie-Galante; and the 900-foot plateau of La Desirade.

Guadeloupe, Caribbean

COMMENTS
  1. author
    27 Aug 2021
    Tomas Mandy

    Such an amazing place

    1. author
      27 Aug 2020
      Britney Millner

      Wow , soo enlightening.

  2. author
    07 Jan 2021
    Simon Downey

    I like travelling and I find this information to be very usefull.

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