Seychelles are a group of 115 islands, only a few inhabited, in the Indian Ocean that lie off the coast of East Africa, northeast of Madagascar. Courtesy: Wikitravel
Maldives are an archipelago of 1,192 coral islands grouped into 26 coral atolls (200 inhabited islands, plus 80 islands with tourist resorts) in the Indian Ocean. They lie south-southwest of India and are considered part of Southern Asia. Courtesy: Wikitravel
Bora Bora, Tahiti
Bora Bora is a volcanic island in the Society Islands archipelago of French Polynesia.It is perfectly possible to spoil oneself in one of the incredibly luxurious high-class resorts and spend the savings of a lifetime in a few days. Nonetheless, a bit of planning ahead can allow enjoyment of the majestic scenery with a tighter budget. Keep in mind that in any case Bora Bora is a tremendously pricey destination. Everything (catering and activities) ranges from “expensive” to “indescribably expensive”.
This small stretch of thin beach is home to some of the most clear and blue water you will find surrounding Oahu, and with views of the two beautiful offshore islands, known as the Mokuluas, you truly feel engulfed in the tropical setting.Courtesy: Wikitravel
The South Zone of Rio de Janeiro is where most tourists usually stay. Lots of hotels, from the fancy 5-stars like Copacabana Palace to hostels, are to be found in the neighborhoods of Copacabana, Ipanema and Leblon, which also have three famous beaches, the latter two just being separated by the canal that drains the Lagoa into the sea.Courtesy: Wikitravel
Kauna’oa Bay, Hawaii
Kaunaʻoa Bay has one of the few white sand beaches of the Kohala Coast, the western side of the island of Hawaiʻi. A historic hotel, the Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, is located on beautiful Kauna’oa.
officially known as Langkawi, the Jewel of Kedah (Malay: Langkawi Permata Kedah) is an archipelago of 99 islands (an extra 5 temporary islands are revealed at low tide) in the Andaman Sea, some 30 km off the mainland coast of northwestern Malaysia.Courtesy: Wikitravel
Tulum Beach, Mexico
It was the site of a Mayan port which was supported by up to 1000 residents before the arrival of the Spanish. The ruin’s tropical beach backdrop is the main attraction of this picturesque, much-visited small ruin on the shore of the Caribbean Sea.Courtesy: Wikitravel
Fraser Island is a large sand island 122 km (76 miles) long (the largest sand island in the world) situated off the southern coast of the Australian state of Queensland, some 300 km (200 miles) north of the state capital Brisbane. A popular destination for travelers, Fraser Island was inscribed as a World Heritage Site in 1992. Courtesy: Wikitravel
St. Bart’s is a small, volcanic island located in the northwest Caribbean Sea. It’s among four territories referred to as the Leeward Islands, a grouping which includes the French West Indies, Guadeloupe, and Martinique. St Barts is located about 35km (21 miles) southeast of the island of Saint Martin and roughly 180km (112 miles) east of Puerto Rico. St Barts is a relatively small island, with a land area of 21.km² (8.5 sq mi) and a population of about 8,902. Courtesy: Wikitravel