It is not my business to miss these tiny tropical islands among some 200 countries in the world. So we listed 12 new holiday destinations for you, perhaps the holiday paradise islands you have never heard of.
Summer vacation is the best time for everyone to dream for day and night to work for 50 weeks and enjoy 2 weeks. I know. Of all the work involved, every time you get bored with Google “Where do you go in the summer? Where is the most beautiful holiday destinations in Turkey? “The questions then turn back. With the closure of Heleki schools, everyone wants to go somewhere with their dreams of holiday places made during the summer months. as your brother one from Fethiye, it dreams of most witnessed.
1. St. Vincent and the Grenadines
To the south of the Caribbean you will find St. Vincent and the Grenadines in Saint Lucia, Barbados and Grenada. You will come across magnificent volcanoes, mighty waterfalls and, of course, dreamy beaches, as you would expect from the Caribbean on the ten main streets of the country. One of the unique beauties of St. Vincent and the Grenadines is the Owia Salt Lake. This isolated lake from the sea is like a natural pool.
Vanuatu’s 83 islands south of the South Pacific Ocean contain up to 250,000 people. Some of these islands have water deposits called “blue holes” that the underground resources have formed by dissolving the limestone. Imagine swimming in the greens in a dark blue pool of magical nature created by its own hands. You want to be there, right? The most known and most beautiful of these is the Nanda Blue Drill, which is located in Santo.
3. Cook Islands
Cook Islands, like Vanuatu in the South Pacific, are probably the most “famous” country in this list. There are about 20 thousand people living in the Cook Islands, consisting of 15 islands, and each of these islands has its own unique character.
For example, Aitutaki is known as the island of honeymoon. The Atiu Island has the nickname Enuamanu, which is translated as “Birds of the World”. This unforgettable, unpretentious paradise is an individual for a holiday with no homeland.
Although they both have spectacular beaches, it is not necessary to confuse this small Caribbean island with the Dominican Republic. I have 70 thousand lucky people who say I’m a Dominican citizen.While these lush island waterfalls are one to explore tropical vegetation and volcanoes, small towns are worth seeing at the same time. If walking is not for you, do not worry, you will find many activities from canyon climbing to water sports such as river tubing.
Comoros, also known as “Moon Islands”, are located on the Indian Ocean, between Madagascar’s north and Mozambique, and each is composed of three beautiful islands from the other. As you would expect, Komorar has colorful tropical landscapes and fairy-tale beaches, but beyond that, it will turn your head with the smell of the island country. You ask why? Comoros is the world’s second largest producer of vanilla and the largest ylang-ylang producer.
Kiribati, full of islands like the oasis where 100 thousand people live, is in the middle of the Pacific Ocean and, despite this beauty, is one of the least visited countries in the world. The biggest reason for this is that transportation is a bit more difficult. But the journey, believe it will be worth it. There are only 21 people in Kiribati’s 33 islands, and all the islands have their own culture. Especially surfers, divers and explorers will love it here. One of Kiribati’s most important features is that it has retained its own unique culture thanks to the low number of tourists, making it an authentic experience. The friendly locals of the island are also eager to share this culture and traditions with their fellow travelers. What more do you expect?
7. São Tomé and Príncipe
Africa’s second smallest country after Seychelles, São Tomé and Príncipe, is about 250 km from the main Gabon coast. Thanks to its historic ties with Portugal, this island country has much more than palms, beaches and seas. You will have a full experience of colorful cities, museums, galleries, delicious food and all kinds of natural life.
With an average of just 2,000 visitors in the Senate, this island country is usually on the least visited countries list. But those who do not go are missing a lot of things. It is possible to find everything from water sports to traditional dances in 9 islands of Tuvalu. The locals have created a relaxed and friendly environment and in Tuvalu you immediately notice that there is no hasty, no hurry in Tuvalu. The fact that the island is threatened by rising sea levels every year makes this philosophy a bit strange … If you want to lose yourself in a unique culture, if you want to get rid of the concept of time temporarily, hold Tuvalu’s path!
9. Saint Kitts and Nevis
We’re in the Caribbean again! St. Kitts and Nevis, Guadeloupe, Antigua and Barbuda. This is an ideal place for anyone who wants to live in the Caribbean.
10. Solomon Islands
The Solomon Islands near Papua New Guinea have a population of 500,000, scattered across many small islands. One of the geographical advantages of Solomon Islands is that it is close to Kiribati, Tuvalu and Vanuatu in this list.
11. Federal States of Micronesia
Micronesia is the name of a region in the Pacific Ocean and it contains many islands and countries. In this region you will find Kiribati as well as the Federal States of Micronesia. This country, consisting of 607 people, is divided into four states: Yap, Chuuk, Pohnpei and Kosrae. So many islands naturally mean a wide variety of travel possibilities.
The fascinating Palau, beside the Federations of Micronesia, is made up of many close islands. Colors live here more beer than the rest of the world. Those who visit here with its green nature and deep blue waters will find themselves in a paradise.