Top Five Tropical Holiday Destinations
The top ingredients of the ideal tropical vacation would be, beautiful beaches, silky warm seas, lush scenery, and endless sunshine. Each destination offers its charms. Some with natural, others with cultural attractions, extraordinary architecture, and mouthwatering cuisine. It’s just a matter of finding the perfect place to visit. Here is a list of five tropical vacation hot spots. Covering some of the most beautiful islands in the world as well as fun activities for all budgets.
1. Bora Bora, Tahiti
Bora Bora is the typical example of South Pacific paradise. This lush island filled with clusters of coconut palms along the beaches, is located in French Polynesia. There are luxury bungalows which` perch over the waters, some with glass floor panels so you can peer into the the crystal clear sea below. There are a wide range fun water sports, kayak trips to tiny islands, picturesque hiking trails, and adventures such as shark dives, and. If you are also looking for a good honeymoon destination Bora Bora is the ultimate place to go.
Along the Indian Ocean lies the beautiful island of Maldives. If you are looking for a calming serene environment with beautiful crystal-clear waters to relax this is the ideal vacation spot for you. Diving and snorkeling are the most popular water activities in the Maldives. It is also a top surfing destination with the most popular surf spots in the North and South Male’.
If you are seeking a tropical vacation with a spiritual side, Bali beckons with its mystical charm. Temples filled with fragrant incense; rice paddies glowing in the late amber sun; and the calm, gentle people of Bali add to this island’s irresistible. The island has lively beach scene, with plenty of shops and restaurants.You will find fantastic surf beaches in Kuta or Seminyak. Sanur is a great spot for families, with its gentle waves.
4. The Mamanca Islands, Fiji
The Mamanuca Islands, are beautiful South Seas islands bathed in sunshine. There are about 20 islands, which are popular for their gleaming palm-studded beaches, crystal-clear waters, and thriving coral reefs. There are different ranges of accommodation. From lively backpacker resorts to family-friendly hotels with thatched traditional huts and luxury hideaways like Vomo Island Resort, Likuliku Lagoon Resort, and the adults-only Tokoriki Island Resort.
Fijians love children, so this is also a fabulous destination is for families with children looking to have fun and relax.
5. The Nicoya Penisula, Costa Rica
On the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica lies the Nicoya Peninsula,this is a hot spot for surfers and eco-tourists. Surfing can be great at any time of year. Tamarindo, the most developed town on the peninsula is the base of most tourists. There is a wide range of amazing restaurants and hotels. Around Tamarindo you can snorkel, dive, horseback ride, zip line, and watch turtles nesting from October through March. Santa Teresa, along the peninsula’s southwest corner, is known for its fantastic surf, as well as yoga retreats, organic eateries, and boutique hideaways.