18 Unknown Exotic Islands You Want to Go To Now
Who doesn’t dream of a holiday on an exotic island with this cold weather? But it doesn’t always have to be Ibiza, Gran Canaria or the Dominican Republic. We’ll give you 18 unknown exotic islands you want to go to now. Discover 18 unique travel destinations here!
18 Unknown exotic islands
Saint Lucia is located in the Caribbean south of Martinique. The beauty of the country is hard to describe. Not only the beaches make you dream away, but also the luxurious resorts and the beautiful green nature. Advantage: Here they just speak English. Nice and easy! Other islands near Saint-Lucia include St-Vincent and The Grenadines, Antigua and Barbuda, Saint Kitts & Nevis and Barbados. Also all worth a visit!
Another island near Saint-Lucia is Guadeloupe. Guadeloupe is located in the Caribbean Sea near Dominica and Montserrat. It is considered part of the Lesser Antilles and is a tropical paradise for nature lovers.
The Samoa Islands are located in Polynesia east of Fiji. It is a true paradise for beach lovers. You also have many deserted beaches and the most beautiful views. The new Bali is born!
São Tomé & Principé
This archipelago, of which São Tomé is the largest, is located in the Gulf of Guinea in Africa. A well-known travel reporter has already recommended this destination to us. It was her most beautiful and best trip to date, knowing that she has explored almost the whole world. High on our bucket list!
Turks and Caicos Islands
The Turks and Caicos Islands are part of the Antilles and are located near the Bahamas. The water there is crystal clear and the beaches pearly white. That makes it the ideal honeymoon destination. Unfortunately, this area also has huge storms, as recently in the Bahamas.
One of the smallest and lowest islands in the world. Unfortunately, this island will one day (perhaps soon due to the changing climate) be flooded so if you still want to go, now is the time.
The Solomon Islands are an archipelago in the Pacific Ocean. The islands are known for its mineral resources including gold. Unfortunately, hurricanes regularly take place in the Solomon Islands.
Vanuatu has been an independent country since 1980 and is known for luxurious holidays. You can compare it a little bit to the Maldives. Another advantage of Vanuatu? They also speak French and English here, apart from their own language!
The Virgin Islands are a collection of British and American islands in the Caribbean Sea. Some parts are very touristy and others are very remote. A diverse range of tourism! This is one of the most famous islands in this list of unknown exotic islands.
The island of Mayotte is located in the Indian Ocean between Mozambique and Madagascar and is French territory. This is a jewel of a destination with the clear blue water, green rock formations and a crater in the middle of the island. Google the island!
If you want to celebrate an unforgettable Christmas somewhere, there’s nowhere better than here! Christmas Island or Christmas Island is located in the Indian Ocean near Java and is Australian territory. No snow here but clear blue sea where you can dive and snorkel among coral reefs.
Niue is located in the Pacific Ocean and is part of Polynesia. The island depends on New Zealand and it is wonderfully peaceful. It is especially loved by divers.
One of the most beautiful islands in this list, according to us, is La Réunion. This island between Madagascar and Mauritius is breathtakingly beautiful. High green peaks and waterfalls amid the wilderness characterize the landscape. We want to go there now! Because this is certainly one of the most beautiful of this list of unknown exotic islands.
This island is located in the Micronesia region of Oceania. It is a collection of many islands that form a beautiful image (from the air). For more information about what to do, you can visit their website.
The Republic of Kiribati is located in the Pacific Ocean and is part of Micronesia and Polynesia. Here, too, you have pearly white beaches and a bright blue sea. A special holiday destination guaranteed!
The five islands that make up the Pitcairn Archipelago are British territory and lie between Easter Island and Tahiti. There are only a good 50 inhabitants living on the island, which makes this country the country with the fewest inhabitants in the world (excluding uninhabited islands). And it doesn’t look like this is going to change any time soon because you have to be self-sufficient to survive there.
The Tonga archipelago, part of Polynesia, has 177 tiny islands and is located near Fiji. Outside a number of resorts you can live there quite secluded. A unique destination!
This island in the Caribbean Sea is part of the Lesser Antilles and is a true paradise. It may have been inhabited since 1300 BC. The water is there sky blue and the beaches are often in the form of bays and thereby also often left. A beautiful island!
18 Unknown exotic islands
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