20 Most Beautiful Islands In The World


Mo’orea, French Polynesia


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Do you dream of volcanic mountains, white-sand beaches, and turquoise water? Mo’orea is a secluded and romantic island in the South Pacific and one of French Polynesia’s lesser-known vacation spots.

Experience authentic Tahitian culture, swim with reef sharks and stingrays in the clear lagoon waters, watch whales, and trek through tropical forests on foot. You can also hire a convertible or a bicycle and cycle around Moorea’s 60-kilometer coastline, passing white churches, and quiet fishing villages. Perhaps stop along the way to buy some tropical fruits, freshly caught tuna, or hand-picked fish. Coconut.

True tropical island life, Mo’orea also offers honeymoon-style hotels with stunning overwater bungalows. Pamper yourself, stay at one of these luxury hotels and experience snorkeling directly from your private terrace in the sea or watch the sunset with stunning sea views. Recommended hotels include the Hilton Moorea Lagoon Resort and Sofitel Moorea Ia Ora. However, you can find more luxury resorts in Bora Bora.


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Jamaica has to be one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean to visit. One of our favorite places in the town of Negril with its white sandy beaches, shallow bays, and calm, turquoise seas. Here you will find fantastic bars and restaurants as well as psychedelic sunsets at night and reggae concerts in the evening. Reach Falls in Portland is a romantic day trip where you can see the beautiful waterfall in cocktails with Tom Cruise.

Visit Floyd’s Pelican Bar by boat and have a beer at this bar in the middle of the ocean. The Pelican Bar is made of sticks and palm branches, but the name comes from the pelicans who like to sit on its roof. It’s just one of the coolest bars in the world and you must visit; If you’re lucky, you might even spot wild dolphins along the way.

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