Also known as “the Island of the Gods” it is one of the most loved travel destinations in the world.
It is known for its volcanic mountains, rice patties, beaches and coral reefs. Travelers flock here for yoga and meditation retreats, good nightlife and resort towns.
Koh Samui, Thailand
There’s a reason why this is one of the most popular islands in Thailand. As the second biggest island in Thailand, it has a lot to live up for. And it lives up to its name.
Offering stunning views of both mountainous rainforests and beaches, this island is famous for diving, nature, wildlife and boat trips. Plus, luxury resorts and posh spas don’t hurt its reputation.
Ré Island, France
Positioned in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of La Rochelle, this special island offers beautiful beaches, forests and harbors. It’s famous for its salt marshes and beaches with dunes and pine trees.
The main town of St-Martin-de-Ré has the 17th-century Fortifications of Vauban, plus outdoor cafes overlooking the marina. Grab your bicycle and join one of the many paths across the island.
Located in the Oceania and Australia continent, this archipelago of over 300 islands, is made up of limestone, volcanoes and a stunning turquoise lagoon.
Unsurprisingly, it is home to some of the best diving in the world in its sparkling turquoise lagoon. It is truly exceptional.
Hvar & The Pakleni Islands, Croatia
Promising breathtaking scenery and culture, these islands are perfect for those looking for complete rest and relaxation. The islands are located off the southwest coast of the island of Hvar, Croatia. The chain of islands is about 10 kilometres long, and is characterized by its limestone, indented coastline and low pine forest.
The island draws visitors with small yachts, and provides numerous opportunities for diving, fishing, swimming and water sports.