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5 amazing island escapes you’ve probably never considered
If this rushed and fast paced urban life is absorbing in all your energy and enthusiasm you probably need to escape in tranquility with your family or partner and whats the better place than those peaceful, sandy and sunny beaches.
Following is the list of 5 of those many escape ideas that haven’t really appeared much on the list of the tourists.
St. Martin is the Island in the Caribbean Sea. It comprises of two separate countries; one is the French side and other the southern dutch side. It’s known for its fusion cuisine, the vibrant nightlife and a number of calm and quaint beaches.
One of its beautiful spot is the long beach (Baie Longue). It’s the first beach when you travel St. Martin from the north of the Dutch side. It’s however difficult to reach there—one of the reason it’s less crowded with tourists. But once you are there you find it worthy of all the efforts and you might have it all by yourself to enjoy the peace and tranquility and the soothing sound of waves. Another is Friars bay situated in the north-west of the island. It’s a picturesque olde worlde beach known for its sunset views, the tiny calm and sandy beach suits best for family vacations. It consists of two beach bar restaurants—their “full moon parties” are not be missed. Apart from these the theme night parties, barbeques and private parties can also be organized.
Mnemba Island, Zanzibar
Mnemba is a tiny privately owned island located in the off north coast of Tanzania. This attractive heart shape island consists of a small tropical forest, clear warm water and white sand. It is perfect for scuba diving and provides best snorkeling experience. The only resort here is Mnemba Island Lodge, each cottage has its own veranda and is cuddle up in the shade of the island's lush tropical forest, where you pay for no windows, no doors no air-conditions. Its exclusivity makes it vacuous and perfect for couples honeymoon and anniversary celebrations.
Mumbo Island, Malawi
Mumbo Island is a pristine and deserted tropical island floating on the expensive waters of the Lake Malawi national park. The waters around the island are calm and clean providing the perfect opportunities to enjoy scuba diving, kayaking and snorkeling. Mumbo is an exclusive island of Malawi only 1km in diameter. The mumbo island camps are built on wooden decks out over the rocky cliffs, with views across the water. It can accommodate just 14 guests at a time which guarantees privacy and offers the chance s to rejuvenate and relax. it is rated as one of the most sustainable lodges in Africa.
Faroe Island is part of Denmark. It is a rugged cluster of volcanic islands. Rather than spending your vacation on calm beachy islands if you are a fan of an adventurous vacation, then Faroe Islands ride is the best option for you. They are a great road trip destination, its extraordinary landscapes, seaside villages, dramatic sea cliffs, pointed peeks will mesmerize you and fill your heart with excitement. It provides wonderful opportunities for fishing and hiking off the beaten path to explore the bravura and unscathed nature. It’s also the prime birdwatching territory with over 300 species of sea birds. The Faroe Islands are a refreshing summer destination.
It’s the largest island of the Azores, Portugal—an island of remarkeable landscapes. It is perfect for the couples and families who are adventurous and love to sport and enjoy activities like kayaking, paddleboarding, diving, surfing, canyoning, coasteering, sailing, fishing, hiking, road cycling and mountain biking. It is famous for sighing whales and dolphins. The island’s boutique hotels are perfect for a tailor-made honeymoon. To the west part of the island is sete cidades—it’s a twin lake, famous for its breathtaking beauty and excellent variety of walking trails and cycling routes.
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