From remote islands to popular tourist destinations, these 17 island photos from around the world will make you want to pack up your bags and plan a trip to paradise.
Panama has seen a spike in tourism over the last few years. After taking a look at this breathtaking photo, it’s easy to see why!
People love to visit Tahiti and stay in these overwater bungalows. Did you know the first one was built in 1968?
Beautiful views, great weather, fun outdoor activity … need I say more?!
4) New Caledonia
Around 100,000 people visit New Caledonia every year!
Seychelles is about as picturesque as it comes! This is a photo of island La Digue, known for its giant boulders and stunning water.
Jamaica is a Caribbean island known for its beautiful rainforests and reef-lined beaches. The gorgeous weather makes it a year-round hot spot for tourists.
The Great Blue Hole is a giant sinkhole off the coast of Belize and a scuba divers dream!
8) Dominican Republic
Every week, about 50,000 people visit beautiful Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic. No need to question why the area is so popular. With turquoise water and golden sand, the island is truly paradise.
The Grenadines is an island chain that’s part of St.Vincent and Grenada.
Along with aquatic activities, go zip lining through Kauai’s stunning terrain. Talk about natural beauty!
Off the coast of East Africa, Zanzibar is rich in history and features some of the world’s best beaches.
12) New Zealand
New Zealand is a country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. A trip here is filled with great snorkeling opportunities and views of volcanoes.
Rich in history and spirituality, this is the ultimate spot to relax, explore and recharge!
Historic and stunning!
Tasmania is an island off Southern Australia and it’s said to have the cleanest air.
16) St. Lucia
Located in the Caribbean, St. Lucia is known for its breathtaking volcanic beaches and rainforests.
17) Langford Island, Australia
The island may be small, but it’s gorgeous. A trip here is pretty surreal. Plus, you can venture out to the sand strip for an afternoon picnic, swim or sunbathing session.