Islands are good places to discover clean nature and see amazing landscapes. There are few settlements and less human damage made most of the islands wonderful. Moreover, islands have unique culture and lifestyle that differs from mainland. In this blog post, we will tell you the most beautiful islands in the world. Let’s see them!
Seychelles is an archipelago in the Indian Ocean and East of Africa. It consists of 115 coral and granite islands and these unspoiled islands make it so attractive. Unique white-sand beaches, tropical forests, palms, and more natural beauties exist. The island presents different options for water sports lovers. Unspoiled and clean underwater of Seychelles has many species and wait for diving enthusiasts. Some of the well-known places to visit in Seychelles are Mahé Island, Praslin Island, La Digue Island, Vallée de Mai that is a nature park and UNESCO World Heritage, and Beau Vallon Beach.
The Galapagos Islands are a part of the Republic of Ecuador and it is located in the Pacific Ocean. The islands consist of 19 islands and well-known for their many endemic species. Charles Darwin studied these endemic species and used the information in his theory of evolution by natural selection. The island has well-preserved nature. Beautiful beaches and underwater exist and attractive for underwater and diving enthusiasts. Sea lions, sharks, Galapagos penguins, unique flowers, and more can be seen by visitors in Galapagos Islands. Some of the well-known places to visit in the Galapagos Islands are Tortuga Bay, La Lobería, and Rancho Primicias.
Bora Bora Islands
Bora Bora is an island group that belongs to French Polynesia and in the Pacific Ocean. Water sports are very popular like other islands. It has well-preserved underwater nature and you can explore different species by diving. There is an extinct volcano, turquoise waters, reefs, and forests that make Bora Bora so attractive and popular for visitors. The most popular spots in Bora Bora are Mount Otemanu, Matira Beach, and Coral Gardens.
The Maldives is an archipelago and located in the Indian Ocean. It is the lowest-lying country in the world and the average elevation is 1.5 meters above sea level. The highest point of the Maldives is 5.1 meters above sea level. It is known for its brilliant turquoise waters and coral reefs. Water sports and photography enthusiasts find many opportunities in the Maldives too. The most popular spots in the Maldives are Banana Reef, Malé Atoll, and Hulhumale Island.