Maldives Islands

The Maldives islands is a tropical wonderland in the exotic Indian Ocean made up of 1,190 coral islands, stretching some 575 miles north to south in the Indian Ocean. Of that number, only 202 are inhabited, and 120 are exclusive island resorts. The atolls are barely higher than sea level, coconut trees, sea cabbage and pandans grow in abundance.
Maldives islands are  the ideal setting for romance, a divers paradise, discover the sunny side of life.
Attracting romance with honeymooners, destination weddings, anniversary trips and more!

Maldives islands

In the Maldives Islands, you can stay on a tiny island that has a soft, sandy beach, a sparkling turquoise lagoon and only a single dwelling. And if you plunge beneath the surface of the lagoon, you’ll find extraordinary underwater scenery with an amazing variety of colorful reef fish.
The Maldives Islands also attracts lovers of the sea for diving, snorkeling and more.
Some of our top recommendation highlights in the Maldives:

  • Addu Atoll– The most southerly of the Maldives island groups, is definitely worth visiting for divers, the coral is the best in the country.
  • Hulhumalé Island– Ferry out to this man-made island and take a look to the future. A utopian town, Hulhumalé is set to become the new hub of the Maldives in decades to come as sea levels rise. At 2m above sea level, it is mountainous by local standards.
  • Island Hop- To a uninhabited island, spend the night by yourselves, its quite the experience to dream a bit.
  • Vilingili Island– Ferry out to the tranquil neighbouring island of Vilingili. Join locals at the beach, watch cricket matches in the park, and picnic under the multitude of gently-waving palm trees.
  • Dive Wreck- An unforgettable underwater experience for divers is the wreck of the merchant ship Maldives Victory, which lies 115 ft below the waves near Hulhule. Sinking in 1981, the ship has become an artificial reef, with coral, sponges and fish all making it their home.

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Greek Isles

The Greek Isles are located in southeastern Europe, Greece is one the most popular holiday destinations in the world—for good reason.
Greek Isles, all 6000 of them of which 227 are inhabited, are lined with golden stretches of sand with dunes, sheltered bays and coves and coastal caves with steep rocks and black volcanic soil. With the breath-taking scenery of island paradises such as Crete, Mykonons and Santorini is a perfect back drop for swimming, scuba diving, snorkeling and water skiing, sailing and windsurfing.

Greek Isles

The Greek Isles is one of the most Romantic Destinations, attracting Honeymooners and Destination Weddings, with its spotless sands and clear-blue water abound. The landscape offers a picturesque variety, from whitewashed homes and blue-domed churches to neoclassical architecture and traditional authentic villages in the mountainous areas. The Greek cuisine will reward even the most demanding visitors and definitely those who appreciate simple and good quality food (after all, the famous Cretan diet is the cornerstone of the Mediterranean diet). The country’s vibrant nightlife is famous and includes a great variety of clubs and bars.

Some of our top recommended Greek islands to explore:

  • Athens- explore its historic center which was converted into a two-mile pedestrian zone that leads to major archelogical sites with its beautiful ancient landscape, where you will find Acropolis, the Agora and the Areopagus, the hills and municipalities of ancient Athens and more.
  • Crete- Take a day trip to Gramvousa Island, located off the north-west coast of Crete. Gramvousa is an uninhibited island which is only accessible by boat. See remains of a Venetian fort, which was occupied by pirates during the Greek War of Independence.
  • Mykonos- spend the day exploring this quaint town with its cobblestone streets, remarkable architecture, with stunning views, a whitewashed paradise in the heart of the Cyclades. End the day in Little Venice overlooking the windmills while the sunsets, one of the most romantic places there!
  • Santorini- Take in breathtaking panoramas from a hilltop monastery, roam the serene streets of a quiet village, and kick back on a black sand beach before a winetasting and tour of an ancient archaeological site.

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Cayman Islands – Island hoppers dream

Cayman Islands- Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac, Little Cayman are Caribbean archipelago renowned for its beautiful beaches, world-class diving and incredible food and enjoy tropical climate throughout the year with temperatures as high at 90* in summer and as low as 72* in their winter.

Cayman Islands,Cayman Islands- Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac, Little Cayman are Caribbean archipelago.

Cayman’s is all about switching off. The extraordinary beaches on all three islands are perfect for whiling away lazy days, whilst the surrounding waters are a treasure trove of marine life. With world-class spas and resorts to celebrity-designed golf courses and the best selection of gourmet restaurants in all the Caribbean, Cayman kind delivers all the measures of a life well-lived. With unmatched service and unrivaled pride…..that’s Cayman kind, find yours!

Some of our top recommended highlights on Cayman Islands:

  • Cayman Brac Caves- The Bluff that runs along the centrer of Cayman Brac is riddled with caves, many of them with tales to tell about the islanders who have sheltered there during hurricanes. One of the popular ones is Bat Cave, which for obvious reasons, is a photo opportunity in the making.
  • Seven Mile Beach- The turquoise waters of Grand Cayman’s West Bay are backed by the long, sandy Seven Mile Beach, and, this glorious stretch of coast retains its idyllic charms, with some of the best snorkeling in all of the islands!
  • Stingray City- Snorkel alongside southern stingrays at Stingray City in North Sound on Grand Cayman. These shallow waters are home to a profusion of stingrays and visitors can get right up close with these otherworldly, gentle creatures.
    *Island Hopping- Cayman Brac- caters to adventure-loving nature enthusiasts with its spectacular hiking trails and caves
    *Little Cayman- smallest Cayman island is an adventure in seclusion unlike anything else in the Caribbean. With fewer than 170 residents, most of the island is free of people and full of glistening white sand beaches that make your trip feel like a private island vacation.


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Anguilla Island – Top honeymoon destination

Anguilla Island is one of the smaller Caribbean islands, at just 16 miles long and three miles wide, the most northerly of the British Leeward Islands.

Anguilla island

Home to 33 pristine beaches with more than 12 miles of stunning, powder-white sand. This island paradise retains the laid-back character of a sleepy backwater. Goats still wander the streets and reggae music blares from passing cars.  
On the Island of Anguilla, it lays claim to some of the finest beaches in the region, its a perfect Honeymoon and Destination Wedding spot! Anguilla Island has some of the most luxurious hotels and some amazing areas to explore on this small yet bountiful island paradise, check out some of our top highlights below:

  • Explore white coral beaches- Many of the best, like Rendezvous Bay, Shoal Bay and Road Bay, offer water sports but Crocus Bay and Barnes Bay can’t be beaten for peace, quiet and warm cyan seas.
  • Offshore Islands- Sandy Island and its beach bar is just 15 minutes from Sandy Ground Harbor and Prickly Pear is 25 minutes away. Scilly Cay, another favorite for lunch, sits in the bay just off the fishing village of Island Harbor.
  • The Fountain- explore a huge underground cave with a constant supply of fresh water at Shoal Bay.
  • Snorkeling or Diving- There are numerous sunken ships within its depths, there is much to explore. The best diving areas to travel to are those at Sandy Islands and Prickly Pear Cays.

    *Top recommended beaches we love on Anguilla Island; Rendezvous Bay, Shoal Bay and Road Bay, Crocus Bay and Barnes Bay.

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San Salvador & Rum Cay

San Salvador Island is set on the Atlantic side of the Bahamas and is about 200 miles southeast of Nassau. Its only 12 miles long by 5 miles wide, this island has miles of secluded powder white beaches with turquoise blue waters.  It mostly has dune ridges, sparkling lakes which make up about half of the interior of the island, its surrounded by reefs that protect the island.

On this island you feel like you’ve stepped back in time, travel back and discover archaeological evidence of the Lucayan Indians, its been recognized, with much debate, that it was Christopher Columbus  first landfall in the New World in 1492!

San Salvador’s smaller and more remote sister island, Rum Cay, is located 20 miles southwest. It is a relatively flat island with a few rolling hills, the highest of which reaches an altitude of about 120 feet.

Rum Cay was a former pirates haven with its deep reefs and drop-offs. In the north there are caves containing drawings, carvings and artifacts, believed to be from the Arawak Indians! Yes this is the the little island with some history!

The name Rum Cay is believed to have acquired its modern name from a shipwrecked cargo of rum!!

“So for any couple that likes a little history, secluded beaches, beautiful clear water and some island hopping, check this area out, we think you will fall in love all over again.”

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Long Island in the Bahamas

Long Island is known as the most scenic out-island in all the Bahamas!

Its about 80 miles long by about 4 miles wide, and is located 165 miles southeast of Nassau.

The northeast side of the island is dramatic with steep and rocky cliffs with mysterious caves, this is where you will find Dean’s blue hole, which is the world’s deepest known blue hole, Long Island in the Bahamas - Dean Blue Holeplunging 663 feet deep.  

This island is definitely a divers dream, they also have astounding underwater wrecks and shark feeding for the adventurer at heart!

On the southwest side of the island, they are blessed with soft white sand beaches with crystal clear blue water, great for snorkeling or just being a beach bum.

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Grand Bahama Island

Grand Bahama is the fourth largest of the islands in the Bahamas and furthest north and only 56 miles from Florida, making it the the closest Bahama island to the United States.

This island measures approximately 93 miles long and 12 miles wide.

There are three main destinations on this island, Freeport/Lucaya, East End and West End, they all offer amazing unique experiences.

Located on the south side of the island, you will find the miles of the most beautiful softest beaches you have ever seen!

Some good sights to check out, the marketplace at Port Lucaya, as well as their National park’s caves and highly recommend taking a picnic and your snorkel gear out to Peterson Cay. 

For some memorable meals, check out Luciano’s and Sabor’s Restaurants and Smith’s Point there is a good fish fry and live entertainment!

Grand Bahama island seems to have it all, with a mix of modern appeal yet historic and with a twist of ecological wonders, like the underwater cave system and endless plush beaches with clear turquoise waters, add on the 3 national parks and a quaint small town, with beautiful resorts and you can call this island a complete honeymoon destination!

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Eleuthera & Harbour Island

Eleuthera and Harbour Island in the Bahamas made our list of Island Hoppers Dream!Eleuthera & Harbour Island - Bahamas Beach

Eleuthera Island is just 50 miles east of Nassau and just 110 miles long and in some places just a mile wide, making it a long narrow island. 

Its sophisticated yet casual island and home to endless pineapple fields and white and pink sand beaches with crystal clear turquoise water with massive coral reefs and home to secluded coves. 

Harbour Island was once the capital of The Bahamas and in 2005 was ranked by Travel and Leisure as the best little Island in the Caribbean!

This island is filled with lush tropical greenery and over 35 miles of stunning soft pink sand beaches, it has made the top 10 beaches in the Caribbean numerous times and should be on everyone’s bucket list!

Eleuthera & Harbour Island - Pink Sand







On the main island of Eleuthera, you can rent a car to get around, unlike Harbour Island where you will find Golf carts and bicycles are the main source of transportation.

Both amazing island getaways, the locals are super friendly and happy to help visitors in anyway they can, so be prepared to make some new friends!

“There are so many little islands to chose from in the Bahamas, continue to follow us on our blogs to discover all this island hoppers paradise has to offer!”

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Andros Island

Andros Island is the largest of all the Bahamian islands, at 2,300 square miles, with a area greater than all the other 700 Bahamian islands combined. The land area of Andros consists of hundreds of small islets and cays connected by mangrove estuaries and tidal swamp lands, together with three major islands, Mangrove Cay, North Andros and South Andros.

Of all the Bahamian islands, Andros is the king, with its beautiful natural surroundings, and the world’s third largest barrier reef, mesmerizing blue holes,  and numerous species of flora and fauna. This is a adventurers dream come true!

With a mix of the perfect combination of kayaking, hiking, snorkeling, diving, fishing or just bird watching and then add in miles of the perfect deserted beaches and fresh water lakes, this is a vacationers dream come true!

Andros is also home to the highest concentration of blue holes, that have many unusual and unique cave fish and invertebrates, some not found anywhere else in the world!!

Island hoppers and adventure seekers, this is your true Bahamian island getaway!

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Acklins Island

Acklins Island in the Bahamas, are charming more remote island, but very accessible for the island hoppers at heart.

With just 92 square miles and four miles across at its widest point, this island offers warm crystal clear blue water, perfect for snorkelers, divers and fisherman.

You’ve heard it said that all good things come in small packages, well this describes Acklins island well!

It is home to a small but famous lagoon for amazing snorkeling and breathtaking secluded exotic beaches, with more than 1000 feet of shallow waters.

This little island is on our island hoppers list for those couples that want to feel like they have their own island paradise, with secluded coves and beaches to get lost and fall in love all over again!

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Maui “The Magic Isle”

Maui is the magic isle and second largest Hawaiian island, but with low population, making it very desirable with its diversity and attractions,Maui "The Magic Isle" - Couple walking along the beach with canoes in the foreground
there something for everyone here! From its heavenly beaches to its scenic wonders its no wonder why Maui has been voted best island several years now!

Some of our favorite areas to explore:
*Beautiful beaches- Kaanapali Beach on the west is Maui’s “famous beach” known for its powder white soft sand, and Makena Beach on the south,     known as Maui’s “Big” beach, the largest beach on Maui.
*Road to Hana- leads you through tropical rainforest, with dramatic scenery of flowing waterfalls and plunging pools, experience old HawaiiMaui "The Magic Isle" - Convertible going over a bridge on the road to Hana
*Haleakala National Park– Maui’s highest peaks 10,023 feet above sea level, morning sunrises are unforgettable
*Lahaina- Hot spot on the west, historic whalers village with shops, restaurants & marina, catch some great tours leaving from here.
*Molokini- A small island a few miles off of Maui’s southwestern coast, great for snorkelers and divers.
*Wailea- South shore of Maui, known for its world class golf courses and crescent-shaped beaches.
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Oahu, Hawaii

Oahu is the “Heart” of Hawaii with its timeless beauty blended with today’s modern luxuries. The third largest Hawaiian island is home to a diverse population and the contrast between the ancient and the modern that makes discovering historic Oahu so enjoyable.Oahu, Hawaii - Paddling a canoe off Waikiki beach

Some of our favorite areas to see:
*Waikiki– is a beachfront neighborhood of Honolulu, on the south shore of the island of Oahu, best known for famous Waikiki Beach, the white sand beach shoreline fronting the beach with some amazing resorts and award winning restaurants, this is the place to be in Oahu!
*Diamond Head– Formed more than 100,000 years ago, a popular hiking spot with panoramic views of Waikiki and Oahu’s south shore
*Pearl Harbour– National Historical Landmark features five historic sites memorializing the December 7, 1941 attack…..”I personally visited on their anniversary, met some survivors and literally left a piece of my heart there!Oahu, Hawaii - Pearl Harbour*North Shore– During the winter months, this legendary surf mecca attracts the best surfers in the world.
*Polynesian Cultural Center- A “must see” Hawaiian attraction, interact with the people from the South Pacific Islands, experience a canoe pageant and authentic Luau.
*International Market Place– “Famous shopping” features over 130 carts, shops and artisan stands in an open-air setting under the banyan trees in the heart of Waikiki.
*Beautiful Beaches- “World famous Waikiki” was once a playground for Hawaiian royalty. Known in Hawaiian as “spouting waters, best area for learning to surf. Turtle Bay is protected from large waves and surf, this beach, located on Oahu’s northeastern tip, great place to snorkel.
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United States Virgin Islands

The U.S. Virgin Islands is located in the eastern Caribbean, just 1,100 miles southeast of Miami. Surrounded by the clear blue waters of the Caribbean. United States Virgin Islands - USVI Flag
Each of the three major islands,
St. Croix, St.John and St. Thomas has a unique character all its own. The U.S. Virgin Islands is a paradise with so much more to offer than the traditional beach vacation.  Visitors wishing to immerse themselves in a profound cultural experience can enjoy historical tours, culinary encounters, artisan fairs, parades and more. Experience a cosmopolitan culture with a tropical twist.

*St. Croix– The largest of the three islands, 82 square miles, is known for its cultural diversity, lies entirely within the Caribbean Sea. Pastel buildings and charming shops characterize the historic towns of Christiansted and Frederiksted, while the local restaurants punctuate the islands culinary landscape.

*St. John- The smallest of the three islands, only 20 square miles, is known for its world-renowned beaches including Trunk Bay, Cinnamon Bay and Maho Bay. Two-thirds of St. John is a protected US national park with hilly green land and an underwater reserve.

*St. Thomas- Measuring just 32 square miles, is the most cosmopolitan of the US Virgin Islands, with sophisticated dining and tempting duty-free shopping. Charlotte Amalie is a bustling harbor town full of fine restaurants and quaint shops whil picturesques Magens Bay is ideal for a relaxing afternoon retreat.

*Buck Island- Located off the shores of St. Croix, is one of only two underwater national monuments in the U.S. and the only one occurring naturally. Snorkelers  can encounter coral reefs with a dramatic array of colors, encompassed with tropical fish and experience through the monuments 700 acres of protected national park.

*Charlotte Amalie- located on St. Thomas, is the capital and largest city in the US Virgin Islands, founded in 1666, located on the southern shore , the city is known for its Danish colonial architecture and historical importance, with a long history of pirates and is the second oldest synagogue in the Western Hemisphere.

*Water Island- Take a ferry from St. Thomas Crown Bay Marina and escape to the secluded tranquility of Water Island, often referred as the “4th virgin” Water a peaceful, quiet retreat, ideal for a quick getaway. The island has a population of less than 200 people!United States Virgin Islands - USVI Beach View

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