There is no doubt about the fact that going out on an island for holiday is one of the best way to reduce stress. The idea of relaxing on an island can be compared to nothing as the islands provides a perfect romantic or just relaxation journey. Here is a list of the top ten islands of the world.
The number one on this list is no other Island than the Seychelles Island. The captivating pristine white sand beaches and the trickling azure water will amaze you for days on the Island. The soft sands on this Island cannot be found in any other place than on this Island.
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2. Maui, Hawaii, USA
This is the ultimate destination for adrenaline junkies and a surfers’ paradise. This is a true blue Hawaiian that you can scale its heights or maneuver through the waves, you can also go biking on the road to Hana or take a dive into the blue ocean.
3. Santorini, Greece
This list can never be complete without the inclusion of the Santorini Island in Greece which is in actual fact an active volcano perched in the sea. The amazing architecture and velvety wine makes for a very good romantic holiday destination.
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4. Bora Bora Island, Tahiti
Privacy, luxury combined with the horizon-less blue ocean is a characteristic feature of the Bora Bora Island. The Island is also the leading destination of the French Polynesian cluster of Island in the South Pacific Ocean. The Island also offers water sports such as scuba diving and snorkeling.
5. Galapagos – The Spectacular Islands
This Island does not need much introduction as it is popular for its contribution in the framing up of Charles Darwin’s theory of Natural selection. If the records of videographers and travel bloggers are anything to go by that visitors of this Island shed tears when leaving this Island then you cannot but imagine the features of this Island that makes it so. From the unique animals found only on this Island to the hundreds of thousands of individuals cohabiting peacefully on this Island, the experience can only be described as a once in a lifetime experience.
6. Bali, Indonesia
The indigenous people of Indonesia with Hindu origin were the first inhabitant of this Island. Hinduism is not only a religion on this Island but also a lifestyle, a fact which is hard to neglect. The warm locals citizen of this wonderful Island are efficient in skilled craftsmanship and can expose you to a lot of new things.
7. Capri, Italy
The Capri Island in Italy can be easily described as paradise on earth. If you ever have the opportunity to visit this beautiful island there is a great chance that you might not want to leave again due to its legendary beauty that has caught the attention of kings, popular celebrities and the common man alike. Culture, history and art takes the center stage on the Capri Island. This Island is characterized by its mysterious caves that opens and closes with the tides and the magnificient villa on the Island.
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8. Bazaruto Archipelago, Mozambique
Also known as the ‘pearl of the Indian Ocean’ Bazaruti Archipelago is undoubtedly one of Africa’s virgin beauties as the island possesses it all. The infinite blue water and white sand and also luxurious lifestyle are all available on this Island. One distinctive feature about this Island is its long list of animals inhabiting the island from manta rays, turtles, sharks, dolphins to mention a few of the fauna present on the island.
9. Majuli Island, India
Probably you don’t like islands on the sea and oceans, then the Majuli Island in India will be wqell suited to your taste. This is easily the largest river island on the planet. Situated in the north-eastern fringes of India, it is mostly inhabited by indigenous people that are unperturbed by civilization. It also provides a rare sneak peek into the lifestyle of the tropical tribes. It is also famous for bird watching spots.
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10. Falkland Island
Situated 300 miles east of Patagonian coast of the south West Atlantic Ocean lies the disputed territory of the Islas Malvinas popularly known as Falkland Island. There is a current tussle over the ownership between the British and Argentines, but this cannot take away the undisputed natural beauty of this beautiful island which is well known for its penguins. The Island provides the best opportunity for watching penguins without the risk of Antarctic voyage.