Do you have dreams of walking along soft white sand, splashing about in crystal blue water, and being surrounded by lush green scenery?


This imagery doesn’t just exist in your head while you’re asleep. There are stunning tropical islands all around the world that look better than any photoshopped image you have ever seen. It’s also the perfect place to escape, unwind, and forgot about all your worries.


But there are hundreds of glorious tropical islands around the world. How do you know which destination is the one that you’ve been dreaming of? If you’re not sure where to book a ticket to, consider visiting one of these tropical paradises.

 1. Seychelles

Just off the east coast of Africa is a group of 115 islands featuring gorgeous beaches, luscious nature reserves, and plenty of delicious food and drinks that will keep a smile on your face throughout your visit.


Even if you’re not into beaches, there is plenty to do in Seychelles. You can go hiking on one of the many tracks to experience views of the entire set of islands or trek through the wonderous botanical gardens to visit the giant tortoises that occupy the space.

 2. The Maldives

If you plan on vacationing between November and May, then you should consider visiting the Maldives. It’s made up of over 1000 coral islands and is one of the best places for diving, snorkeling, and soaking up the sun on the white sand beaches.


The Maldives is also the perfect spot for waterskiing, jet skiing, and kayaking. There’s even plenty of aquatic wildlife that love to stop by and say hello. You’ll no doubt spot some yellowfin tuna, mackerel, and Mahi during your stay.

 3. Bermuda

This tropical island is famous for having one of the most stunning beaches in the world and some of the tastiest food you’ll ever put on your fork. It’s also known for having some of the friendliest locals who strive to make your visit one you’ll remember forever.


In addition to iconic beaches, Bermuda is home to beautiful crystal caves featuring peaceful pools nestled inside of it. Nothing is more soothing than taking a dip inside these structures and being surrounded by glistening formations that almost resemble chandeliers.  

 4. The Whitsundays

You can find the Whitsundays off the coast of Australia. These islands are dedicated national parks and home to one of the seven wonders of the natural world, the Great Barrier Reef.


Over half a million people flock here every year to relax on the pristine beaches and go snorkeling through the coral reef. Another popular way to see everything the islands have to offer is on a sailing tour as it allows the gentle breeze to transport them around this tropical paradise.

 5. The Galapagos Islands

For many travelers, the Galapagos Islands sit atop lists of tropical islands to visit. It’s the only place in the Northern Hemisphere where you can see penguins in the wild, and the spot is also famous for its tortoises that live over a hundred years.


Almost the entire island is considered a national park due to its marine conservation efforts, and it has something for everyone. Gorgeous beaches that travel as far as the eye can see and plenty of stunning greenery to explore for hours. It’s easy to see why so many people want to visit these islands to unwind and get back in touch with nature.