The most beautiful islands in the world
You will find beautiful islands in all corners of the world. Countless copies, and no one who can tell you exactly how many there are. But where are the real gems? And is there an island that can call itself the most beautiful island in the world? We found out which pearls in the sea, according to holidaymakers, are the 10 most beautiful islands in the world. View and dream away!
It turns out: the most beautiful islands in the world are mainly found in the Pacific and the Indian Ocean. One of those beautiful islands is Aitutaki, which belongs to the Cook Islands. On this small bounty island with white beaches and azure blue sea, you can completely relax. For lovebirds, it is the ideal place to get married or to celebrate the honeymoon.
For a dream vacation, you travel to Seychelles. This island group located near Africa is a picture. Here you will find the Seychelles giant tortoise and on the beaches, you will be amazed by the beautiful granite formations. A bird lover looks out at Bird Island. Because as the name suggests, many bird species fly around here. You will find most of the local population on the main island of Mahé.
Originated from a volcano, that is the origin of the island of Maui in Hawaii. You can climb the volcano, but you can also defy a mountain bike. Have you always wanted to spot whales? Then Maui is the perfect destination for your next vacation. Chances are that you will also encounter some dolphins along the way.
About a thousand kilometers off the coast of Ecuador you will find the Galapagos Islands, remnants of volcanoes rising from the sea. They are not called the ‘enchanting islands’ for nothing. The rare animal species and special flora and fauna are known worldwide and inspired Charles Darwin to his theory of evolution. Tip: combine a visit with a holiday to Ecuador.
On Bali in Indonesia, you look your eyes out. Here you can enjoy the world underwater while snorkeling or in a diving suit or tackle the best waves with your surfboard. Also, visit the many beautiful temples on the island. The rice fields – was – laid out in terraces, color parts of the island green.
Ari Atoll is at the top of the list of dream islands. The island that belongs to the Maldives is bursting with diving and snorkeling opportunities and there is a good chance that you will encounter a whale shark during your diving adventure. Want to see more than Ari Atol? The Maldives means ‘kingdom of a thousand islands’ in Sanskrit, so there are many more pearls to discover here.
Sri Lanka is a green oasis full of rice fields, tea plantations, palms, and ferns. Don’t be surprised if you see an elephant walking, you will find it just like the crocodiles in the national parks. And when you stay on this island with its rich colonial past, you should admire one of the impressive temples.
Also, Bora Bora is one of the most beautiful islands in the world. Together with a large group of other islands, the paradise on earth forms French Polynesia. While snorkeling you discover the breathtaking underwater world and above the water, you enjoy the view of the two green volcano tops. Here you can only dream away!
You can experience the most beautiful sunsets in the sea on the Hawaiian island of Kauai. Not to be missed on this island is the breathtaking Canyon, also known as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific. Oh yes, the falls are also a must-see.
The island of Boracay in the Philippines is a place to remember. This island has, just like the above, a beautiful white beach (White Beach) and clear blue water. Boracay is popular with tourists, but that should not spoil the fun. The pleasant island life has been preserved, so you can still enjoy all the beauty here in peace.
“The most beautiful island in the world: Palawan”
The Filipino island of Palawan has been voted the most beautiful island in the world by Travel + Leisure for the third year in a row. The choice is based on travelers’ experiences and their assessment of activities, food, locals and beaches. So do you want to enjoy the ultimate? Then you have to go here!