Sandy beaches, exotic wildlife, azure waters and sunny weather – this is the perfect setting for a relaxing holiday. The longed-for peace and quiet can be found on the far-flung tropical islands. These three islands are worth visiting as soon as possible!
- The Andamans
This archipelago of about 500 jungle-covered islets is located in the Indian Ocean between the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea. It is one of the most exotic and mysterious places in Asia. Even the journey to the Andamans is a challenge – the only airport is located in Port Blair, and Indian authorities allow a stay of up to 30 days, only on selected islands of the archipelago. It is a paradise for lovers of diving and snorkeling. The underwater world here is full of not only coral, but also many species of fish. The atmosphere of the Andamans will enchant anyone who dreams of escaping from the conquests of civilization. Accommodation in wooden bungalows on the beach or deep in the palm groves is popular in the archipelago, adding to the feeling of communing with untouched nature, almost untouched by man
This island paradise is barely 1.5 m above the ground and the highest peak is 2 m above sea level! It attracts with deserted, pristine beaches located by the ocean. It is a perfect place for those who want to take a break from the hustle and bustle – in the Maldives there is a noise ban and limits on the number of tourists staying. Although vacations in this island state are associated with relaxation on deserted pristine beaches and blissful laziness, there is no shortage of attractions for water sports enthusiasts.
Curaçao is located in the Caribbean Sea, about 60 km off the coast of Venezuela. It is a dependent territory of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, and the influence is so strong that the locals call the capital, Willemstadt, Little Amsterdam. The colorful, low-rise buildings, the harbor with its moored boats, and the city’s architectural layout bring to mind European capitals. The island is full of charming beaches, which are not besieged by tourists. Attractions include kayak tours along the island, snorkeling among exotic fish, and watching iguanas and parrots.