A Trip to Undiscovered Islands – Part 1
Dreaming about lazy days or quiet nights or taking a long walk on a beach while enjoying the sunset with your beloved. Well here is a small guide for all those people who wish to visit these secret spots of heaven on earth. We know that there are hundreds of places like this in the world, but for now we bring you the ten best.
Unlike the most popular island Trinidad, Tobago, Caribbean is an island known for its peaceful ambiance and pristine natural surroundings. Tourists can hire a guide to visit the oldest and well protected rain forest of Western Hemisphere. Here the songs of more than 58 different species of birds. The island is surrounded by shallow water reefs giving snorkelers or divers an experience they can’t forget in their entire life. If you are sporty enough for this, then take a ride in a glass bottomed boat to spot some 300 variety of coral, giant tube sponges, gigantic rays and many colorful fishes.
For kids, the best place to visit is the Nylon Pool located in shallow water area of lagoon. There are many decent hotels located in the nearby area including the famous Coco Reef Resort & Spa. Tobago is an eco friendly island and an award winner of the “World’s Leading Green Destination”.
Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam
Vietnam was once an isolated place today swiftly becoming a tourist hub. But the largest island of Vietnam, Phu Quoc is still remains the quiet and affordable for the visitors. The island is largely covered by mountains and is a home to Phu Quoc National Forest. Not much developed, Phu Quoc Island is home to fish-sauce factories and plantations.
Visitors can enjoy miles of deserted beaches and night so dark that you can spot many constellations which are difficult to see in the metropolitan cities. The Sea Star Resort is a fine place to stay and many good restaurants are located in the nearby areas. Away from the wild crowd and loud sounds, embrace the silence of the majestic island of Vietnam.
Mnemba Island, Tanzania
Looking for and ultimate private destination, the Mnemba Island of Tanzania is the place for you. The island is so quiet that you can actually hear you’re every breath. This is a private island which consists of only 10 luxurious bandas. All the cottages are built by palm matting which is hand woven. All the accommodation is spacious here and the front porch view is simply breath taking.
Enjoy scuba diving or snorkel to your heart’s delight in the clean blue sea or enjoy the special massage for two in your banda. Take a leisure moment to enjoy your food and company at a candle light dinner on the beach. Zanzibar is a home to rich people, so if you are planning a luxurious vacation, then this island is waiting for you.
Guernsey, Channel Islands
If you are a fan of “The Guernsey Potato Peel and Literary Society”, you will find Guernsey much warmer and sunnier in comparison to England. Though the island still remains under the influence of British people, geographically it’s much closer to France than England.
Guernsey, Channel Islands will not disappoint you if you are visiting here to experience the place you have read about. If you are looking for an activity here, then hike 30 miles of cliff paths above the sea, stroll around the fields filled with Guernsey cows, and walk around the gardens dazzle with flowers.
The history of Molokai, Hawaii is pretty distressing but the place is good for the visitors who visit to feel the gentle breeze and tropical climate. Hotel Molokai is the only available hotel is this area, so its better to book in advance if you are planning to visit here.
The main attraction on Molokai is the Kalaupapa National Historical Park. Tourists can enjoy a scenic 2.9 mile hiking trail which takes you to the world’s highest sea cliff. If you are visiting in winter, make sure to book your trip to whale watching. There are not many shops in the area but you can definitely grab a bag of strong Molokai Coffee, taking the essence of this place while you go back.