World's Most Exotic Islands
Updated: Jun 5, 2021
Hi viewers! We’re back with another post. In this post we’ll be letting you know about the world’s most exotic islands and which are worth visiting.
2. Capri, Italy
Islands are great places to visit for a vacation. They offer great views, beaches, rain-forests, and lots of other pleasures. Being the world’s most exotic islands, the islands mentioned in this post are no less!! So go ahead, read about them and enjoy!
1) Capri, Italy
The island of Capri is famous for many reasons. It has jaw-dropping natural beauty, delicious cuisine and world-class shopping.
One of its best-known natural sites is the Blue Grotto, a dark cavern where the sea glows electric blue, the result of sunlight passing through an underwater cave. In summer, Capri's dramatic, cove-studded coastline draws many yachts.
2) Bali, Indonesia
Bali is an Indonesian island known for its forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies, beaches and coral reefs. The island is home to religious sites such as cliffside Uluwatu Temple.
A dizzying combination of spiritual awakening and hard-partying all into one, Bali is where people from all over the world come to lose themselves in. The island boasts some of the best sunsets and sunrises, enough to captivate and entice you into never leaving this place. Home to the coral reefs of Tulamben, the mountain peaks of Kintamani, the beaches and scenic routes of Seminyak and Kuta, with ancient temples and traditional village life of Ubud, Bali's charm is boundless, as are its opportunities for fun.
3) Kauai, Hawaii
Kauai is an island in the Central Pacific, part of the Hawaiian archipelago. It's nicknamed "The Garden Isle" thanks to the tropical rain-forest covering much of its surface. The dramatic cliffs and pinnacles of its Na Pali Coast have served as a backdrop for major Hollywood films.
It is a place where worries vanish in the trade winds, warm saltwater laps the golden sands of Kauai beaches and the rain-forests of Koke’e host earth’s rarest plants and birds. The tiny tropical island of Kaua'i has kept herself charmed, mysterious and unconquered.
4) Santorini, Greece
Santorini is one of the Cyclades islands in the Aegean Sea. It was devastated by a volcanic eruption in the 16th century BC, forever shaping its rugged landscape. The whitewashed, cubiform houses of its 2 principal towns, Fira and Oia, cling to cliffs above an underwater caldera (crater). They overlook the sea, small islands to the west and beaches made up of black, red and white lava pebbles. Arguably the most famous of the Greek islands, Santorini is instantly recognizable for its whitewashed, cube-shaped buildings adorned with blue accents, steep cliffs and tangerine sunsets that light up the sky and sea.
5) Guadeloupe, Caribbean
Guadeloupe, a French overseas region, is an island group in the southern Caribbean Sea. Resembling a butterfly, its 2 largest islands are separated by the Salée River. Hilly Grande-Terre Island has long beaches and sugarcane fields. On Basse-Terre Island, Parc National de la Guadeloupe encompasses Carbet Falls and the volcano La Grande Soufrière. With a total land area of about 1630 km², Guadeloupe is slightly smaller than two thirds of Luxembourg, or somewhat larger than half the size of Rhode Island. Most of the islands are mountainous and of volcanic in origin. Grande-Terre is a low lying limestone formation. Highest point is La Grande Soufrière, an active stratovolcano on the French island of Basse-Terre, at 1,467 m (4,813 ft).