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Encompassing over 1000 coral islands that form about 25 natural atolls, the Maldives is separated from the rest of the world by the seemingly endless Indian Ocean, offering visitors a secluded little pocket of paradise. These exquisite tropical islands are best known for their white powder sand beaches, glistening blue lagoons and extensive reefs which are home to a diverse range of colourful marine life.

Turks & Caicos

Resting in the Atlantic Ocean, to the southeast of the Bahamas, the Turks and Caicos Islands are a British Overseas Territory consisting of seven main islands and about 40 small islands and uninhabited cays. This easily accessible island chain has come into its own as a idyllic island getaway complete with pristine beaches, deluxe resorts and a gloriously indulgent lifestyle
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Mexico offers travellers a tantalising smorgasbord of nature, history, cuisine and culture. Culture vultures will be bowled over by the impressive sites of ancient civilisations that moulded Mexico’s great Pre-Columbian history, while nature lovers will be in their element on the pristine beaches along its 10 000-kilometre coastline, or exploring the country’s rainforests, mountain peaks and mangrove lagoons.


Dotting the Indian Ocean off the coast of East Africa, Seychelles is renowned for its tailor-made romantic getaways, adventure opportunities, and breathtaking natural beauty. This exceptionally picturesque archipelago is comprised of 115 coral and granite islands. Visitors can look forward to relaxing on sun-drenched beaches lapped by crystal-clear turquoise waters, visiting the lively capital city of Victoria, and exploring the colourful coral underwater wonderlands encircling the islands.


Towering volcanic mountains characterise this exquisite islands; warm, crystal-clear, tropical waters; spectacular coral reefs; tropical rainforests; coconut plantations; breathtaking waterfalls and of course some of the world’s most pristine beaches
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Hawaii is known for its beautiful beaches—some of them with unusual colors. Many beaches are filled with white sand, but other Hawaiian shores are covered with green, red, pink, and even black sand. Whether you like hiking, biking, kayaking, sailing, swimming, or just sitting on the beach, Hawaii is the state for you. Near the water, you can relax as palm trees blow in the island breeze. Travel toward to the center of one of the big islands and you can hike through dense tropical rain forests and experience stunning waterfalls.


Favourably located on the Caribbean Sea, this spectacularly diverse Central American nation is characterised by lush forests, magnificent mangroves, a gloriously green mountainous interior and a coastline dotted with innumerable little remote islands just waiting to be discovered. Popular activities include: swimming, snorkeling and diving in the gorgeous crystal clear tropical waters of the Caribbean sea with its vast reefs and its profusion of incredible marine life; hiking, horseriding or ziplining through verdant jungles brimming with exotic plant, animal and bird life.
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French Polynesia

No matter how much you hear about the 118 islands that comprise the 5 idyllic archipelagos that make up French Polynesia, nothing can prepare you for the breathtaking scenery of the islands’ towering volcanic peaks, rugged cliffs, emerald lagoons and stunning palm-fringed beaches
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Resting approximately 40 kilometres from the Tanzanian coast, this idyllic archipelago consists of Zanzibar and Pemba islands as well as numerous smaller islets. Zanzibar Island is characterised by exquisite white sand beaches fringed by palm trees and lapped by turquoise waters lined with coral reefs brimming with an abundance of exotic marine life.
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