Do you know why islands considered so special? The coral reefs, white sandy beaches, unique species, gorgeous sunsets of these magical islands have a bunch of things that easily catch our attention. But choosing the island destination for your coming vacation can be quite a difficult job.  But not to worry, here is the list of the most beautiful islands worldwide.

1. Moorea

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Moorea is a stunningly wonderful island in French Polynesia. It’s found only 12 miles from Tahiti. Moorea is an awesome goal for couples and families. It’s one of the most beautiful tropical islands in the world.

Encompassed by the brilliant blue Lagoon, Moorea island is known for its dazzling mountain tops, rich slopes, and sandy shorelines. The hilly and uneven parts of this excellent island are a perfect place for climbing. Gratefully, you can discover a wide range of climbing trails in Moorea. You don’t need to be a specialist on it.

The watery universe of Moorea is not recently constrained to shorelines and tidal ponds. This island additionally has a few waterfalls. They are not so enormous but rather sufficiently lovely to get your consideration.

2. Fiji

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Fiji is one of the beautiful islands in South Pacific ocean.  It contains 332 islands.  This country has everything that will catch your attention. It is not just a beach but also has towering peaks, and rainforests.  This place becomes breathtaking due to its breathtaking waterfalls. The most popular and the beautiful waterfall among rest is a Tavoro waterfall.

The best fact is that all three Tavoro waterfalls have a natural swimming pool. Unforgettable scuba diving, world-class surfing, as well as snorkeling experiences, are the other things that will catch your attention must. It’s one of the world’ most spectacular islands.

3. Bali, Indonesia

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Bail is one of the most visited tourist attraction in Indonesia.  It is also the world’s most beautiful island. Bali is popular worldwide for history for its scenic landscapes.

Greenery everywhere the first impression that hits in any visitor’s eye.  This island is home to iconic rice terraces, lush tropical forests, beautiful coral reefs, jaw-dropping volcanic hills, pristine beaches etc.

4. Seychelles

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Seychelles is popular for its breathtaking archipelago which consists of around 115 islands. Its crystal clear water made it amazing among other islands. This island is home to 2000 species of plants.

5. Crete

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It is one of the most beautiful islands and the largest island in Greece.  The main reason that force you to visit Crete is its magical beaches with crystal clear water. It also has stunning valleys, jaw-dropping mountains, as well as steep gorges.

6. Big Island, Hawaii 

Big Island in Hawaii is renowned as one of the most tourist-friendly islands, like Oahu. Big Island is geographically bizarre, which features black sand beaches, lush greenery, and lava deserts. National Parks like Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and Akaka Falls State Park are its amazing landscapes that can be explored at its best.
7. James Bond Island, Southern Thailand
Phang Nga Bay (Koh Tapu — Nail Island in Thai) of James Bond Island features emerald waters. This water shimmers from a limestone spike. The place has been the setting of two movies namely, Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) and The Man with the Golden Gun (1974). The journey here starts from the famous resorts of Khao Lak, Phuket, and Krabi on picturesque longtail boats. While you’re on your tour, explore rugged sea caves, cscret lagoons, and a floating village.

8. Samoa 

There are plenty of magical coves for you to explore on Samoa, along with finger-licking local cuisine and amazing nightlife. The Sua Ocean Trench is situated on Upolu’s southern coast, which is a must-visit destination.

9. St. Lucia

St. Lucia is blessed with some of the most panoramic shorelines on the planet, Earth. The importance of culture is being depicted at Pigeon Island National Landmark. You can further travel in the interiors to discover the Diamond Botanical Gardens and Waterfall. After reaching here, you can explore the Soufriere Estate alongside swimming in on-site mineral baths. It’s one of the best islands in the world for vacation.

10. Zanzibar, Tanzania

This ancient British territory houses the Spice Islands, It’s the place natives have a close knowledge of everything, right from black pepper, vanilla, nutmeg, clove, to coriander. You can have the knowledge of all this by having a spice tour. As an add-on you’re compelled to visit resorts or accommodations, having the view of tranquil, crystal clear turquoise ocean water.

11. Palawan, Philippines

Palawan is portrayed as the last borderline of the Philippines, which also boast two UNESCO World Heritage sites, namely, the Puerto-Princesa Subterranean River National Park andTubbataha Reefs Natural Park.The place has glittering limestone formations such as Karst Mountain Elephant Cave and Ugong Rock. You will also find overwater bungalows on off-lying islands.

12. Hvar, Croatia

This place is having a history related to the Stone Age, Hvar is a picturesque place which is beyond beauty. The walls of the 13th century of Hvar City having roofs adorned with red-tiles, and the ancient stone remnants of Stari Grad Plain have become the World Heritage Site declared by UNESCO in 2008.A journey to the inner city reveals the jagged cliffs, dense vineyards, and sweet-scented lavender fields. Just enjoy a ferry ride on the Adriatic for snorkeling, swimming in sea caves, and stroll at the secret beaches and seaside small towns.

13. Martinique, Caribbean

Named as the Isle of Flowers and is famous for 4,583-foot Mount Pelee, which is an active volcano mountain in the Carribean Island. There are some of the famous explorations made to disclose the treasures of the island-like Treetop Trail of Balata Gardens of suspension bridges, 18th-century remains of Saint-Pierre theatre, and the heartbreaking memorial of Anse Cafard Slave.

14. Cocos Keeling, Australia

A bunch of 27 atolls, which formed two islands in the Indian Ocean. Cocos is called the last untouched heave of the continent, the secluded destination is full of chain restaurants, luxurious resorts, traffic, and the crowd. Here the white pristine sand and the blue lagoon is home to 30,000 marine turtles. It’s one of the famous islands of the world.

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