7 stunning islands you need to visit

7 stunning islands you need to visit
When I think of vacation, I think of paradise. White sandy beaches, clear blue water and tropical islands. There is nothing better than lying on a beach, with a good book, a nice cool drink and time to relax. Not all islands are the same, the beauty of some islands is different to others. That could be by sea that surrounds them, the lively jungles or landscape. We have picked 7 stunning islands you need to visit on your next holiday.

7] Grand Cayman

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This beautiful Island is home to one of the finest beaches in the world. This Seven Mile Beach is home to white sand, blue sea and some of the most luxurious hotels in the Caribbean like the Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman. There are great shopping and eating places here and the island is a financial centre. You can sip cocktails here all day and forget about your worries. This Islands is as sophisticated, well-developed and easy-to-explore a destination as there is in the Caribbean.

6] Santorini

Santorini Greece

One of the most famous islands in Greece, Santorini combines amazing beaches, ancient cities, volcanic landscapes, stunning views and delicious local foods. Coming into Santorini from the water, you notice the sheer cliffs soaring above the sea. Know you are on an immense crater of a drowned volcano and that before you lies an island shaped by an ancient eruption. Above, the main villages are white Cycladic houses that line the cliff tops with their famous coloured roofs. There are very beautiful sunsets to watch each evening. In peak season, Santorini becomes a playground for the rich with great restaurants and delicious wineries.

5] Capri

capri island
Capri is beautiful- very beautiful. Situated only a few miles from the mainland in the Bay of Naples, Italy. This is a place of natural beauty and you won’t find a shabby garden or building. Steep cliffs rise from a deep blue sea, elegant villas drip with wisteria and bougainvillea and even the trees seem to be in perfect shape. This has long been a place for celebrities and the super-rich with its nice restaurants, jewellery shops, high fashion and great cafes. Here you can glide silently up craggy Monte Solaro on a chairlift, enjoy poetic glories in Villa Lysis or find a quiet space in the curvy lanes of Anacapri. 

4] Mauritius

Mauritius island

Situated in the Indian Ocean, Mauritius, often described as heaven on earth is home to some of the world’s most stunning islands. Bright clear waters run up pure white shores. There’s hiking in the forested and mountainous interior and world-class diving and snorkelling offshore. There are boat trips to surrounding islands and excursions to botanical gardens and colonial plantation houses. Beneath these waters, coral reefs thrive, bringing in divers and snorkelers from around the globe. There are many luxury resorts to stay at and great foods to be devoured.

3] Bora Bora

bora bora island

The small island of Bora Bora is 6 miles long and a little more than 2 miles wide. It overflows with so much natural beauty. This beautiful island has a dormant volcano at its centre that is surrounded by lush jungle and an aquamarine lagoon. Fish, turtles, sharks, and rays swim in the clear waters, and tiny islets dot the lagoon. This is the very definition of a tropical getaway, with its luxurious resorts, sunny skies, sandy beaches, warm waters and friendly locals. The main industry on this hidden gem in the French Polynesia is tourism. Diving, snorkelling, lagoon tours, hiking and parasailing are freely available. Bora Bora is very expensive, so plan your visit.

2] The Maldives

Maldives, home to arguably the best beaches in the world. They are on almost every one of the country’s nearly 1200 islands. The Maldives archipelago is the planet’s lowest lying nation, rising no more than three meters above the sea at its highest point, a measurement that shrinks every year.  You will not find consistently white sand and bright blue water like this anywhere else on globe. Every resort in Maldives is its own private island, and with over 100 to choose from the only problem is selecting where you want to stay. Home to the best diving and snorkelling in the world, the clear waters of Maldives are a magnet for anyone with an interest in marine life. In deeper waters you will find manta rays, turtles, sharks and even the world’s largest fish, the whale shark.

1] The Seychelles

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Paradise – The Seychelles is located off the east coast of Africa. Real perfect beaches, perfect water, 115 islands to choose from, and all the seclusion you could want. Seychelles is anyones dream. These islands feature UNESCO-listed jungles, thriving coral reefs, and palm-lined, white beaches. Almost half the total land area of these equatorial isles is protected, and many of the islands lie within fish-rich marine sanctuaries with excellent diving and snorkeling. You will find luxurious resorts, fine foods and pure relaxation here.

Bonus:- 
Another great Island is Saint Barthelemy, a French-speaking Caribbean island commonly known as St. Barts. It is known for its white-sand beaches and designer shops. Check out more here: –

http://monthlymale.com/st-barts/

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