Author : OsidhaTodayBureau | Posted on: 2019-05-16
Romantic getaways often mean
candlelit dinners, long walks on the beach, and pampering accommodations. But
some destinations boast their own romantic je ne sais quoi—in places like Bali,
etc, there’s just something in the air.
Whether you’re traveling for your
honeymoon or just looking for a romantic getaway, island destinations offer fun
and romantic ways to spend time together. For your honeymoon, anniversary,
couple’s trip or any romantic getaway, these are the island resorts that offer
the ultimate in romance, from special dinners t7o beautiful views to romantic
Bali is an Island of God in
Paradise. While the island’s picturesque scenery attracts visitors from around
the world, its unique culture and tradition keeps them coming back for more.
Furthermore, it is a perfect tourist destination to enjoy the holiday with your
family and friends. We can find some best surfing spots in the island on the
western side. Meanwhile, the eastern side is a wonderful haven for families,
with beautiful white sand beaches and gentle seas.
An iconic attraction, Tanah Lot,
is a 15th-century temple that juts out of the ocean on a small rock formation.
Don’t miss the five waterfalls between Bedugul and Singaraja: Gitgit is the
farthest down the mountain, and visitors can climb 150 steps to take in
stunning cascading falls.
Grand Cayman is the largest of
the three Cayman Islands and the location of the territory’s capital, George
The Cayman Islands are a group of
islands in the Caribbean Sea approximately ninety miles south of Cuba. To most
of the world, Grand Cayman is the Cayman Islands, a glitzy shopping mecca and
global financial center where resorts line the fabulous white-sand Seven Mile
Beach and the wealthy from around the world spend time sipping cocktails and
discreetly playing with their millions.
It does have another side –
literally. If you head east, you can escape the cruise-ship crowds, experience
local culture, discover underwater marvels and explore the undeveloped
Moorea is a high island in French
Polynesia, one of the Windward Islands, part of the Society Islands, 17
kilometres northwest of Tahiti.
Moorea rises magically out of the
ocean like a cathedral. High, sharp, inspiring green spires, crowned by clouds.
Poetic threads of waterfalls tumble down fern-softened cliffs. Peaceful meadows
flanked by pinnacles of emerald green will renew your belief in the majesty of
nature, and Moorea’s bright blue lagoon will bring to life the South Seas idyll
of your dreams. La vie heureuse, as they say in Tahiti, a happy life. One of
the most memorable locations in The Islands of Tahiti, Moorea’s beauty is
Tortola is the largest and most
populated of the British Virgin Islands, a group of islands that form part of
the archipelago of the Virgin Islands. Whether looking for a relaxing retreat
complete with luxurious spa treatments or a vacation filled with exciting sea
adventures, the British Virgin Islands has it all.
The British Virgin Islands offers
a variety of luxurious accommodations and a wide range of experiences from
natural spa treatments to sailing aboard private yachts and tasting famous
Anegada spiny lobster. No matter what stage of a relationship, the British
Virgin Islands embodies romance and luxury.
The Turks and Caicos is a
tropical Atlantic archipelago that’s located 575 miles (925 kms) southeast of
Miami, Florida. There are about 100 named islands and cays in the Turks and
The Turks and Caicos Islands
(TCI), hiding at the southern tip of the Bahamian Archipelago, elude most
travelers’ radars. Yet this sparsely populated string of low sand cays boasts
some of the world’s most spectacular coral reefs, and has built itself into a
true luxury-tourism destination.
Saint John’s Island, previously
known as Pulau Sakijang Bendera, is one of the Southern Islands in Singapore. A
few kilometres south of Singapore lies a secret beach with clear waters and
white sands on St John’s Island, one of the country’s many beautiful offshore
islands. Today, it’s a popular day trip destination with tons to do, both on
land and beyond its shores.
Mauritius is a volcanic island of
lagoons and palm-fringed beaches with coral reefs surrounding most of the
coastline. Mauritius has earned the reputation of a top holiday destination,
but only few of the island visitors know that Mauritius is one of the leading
destinations in the world while referring to the large variety of the
activities it offers in comparison to its size.
From more traditional museums,
parks and reserves, to extreme activities, sea cruises, island trips and many
more, you will find it all! So make sure to discover the real Mauritius to the
fullest via the various fun and exciting activities it offers!
Thailand is a country in
Southeast Asia with coasts on the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand. It
borders Myanmar to the northwest, Laos to the northeast, Cambodia to the
southeast and Malaysia to the south.
White sand, rustic-chic beach
shacks, a hammock gently swaying between two palm trees as a turquoise sea laps
at the shore. But each is quite distinct from the next, with its own
characteristics; and there are dozens to choose from. It’s an amazing
destination, whether you want to party till dawn, learn to dive, eat the best
Thai food or escape from the world on a secluded, romantic break.
Barbados is a coral island,
pushed out of sea by volcanic activity in a far away time. On the West Coast of
Barbados, coral shore beaches of fine white sand stretch along a blue-green
sea. Coral reefs fringe the Barbados shoreline to provide excellent snorkeling
and Scuba Diving. The constant breeze of the trade winds give Barbados a mild
and pleasant tropical climate.
When you visit Barbados, you will
see it is mostly a flat coral island with excellent beaches, but there are
rolling hills and many deep ridges and gullies, with an interesting
distribution of flora and fauna.
Bonaire is an island in the
Leeward Antilles in the Caribbean Sea. Its capital is Kralendijk, located near
the ocean on the lee side of the island.
From the depths of our pristine
waters to the height of our tallest peak, Brandaris, you will feel Bonaire’s
magic wash over you from the moment you arrive. You will find that, here on
Bonaire, there is a peaceful ambiance for daily life, without the hassle of
traffic lights, hustle and bustle, or normal, day-to-day worries. Your only
concern will be how to spend each new day you have on Bonaire. Nowhere else is
vacationing as easy as on Bonaire, as our warm, friendly people welcome
visitors from around the world.
Next to other activities as, kite
surfing, windsurfing and snorkeling, Bonaire continues to be recognized as one
of the top destinations worldwide for its sustainable tourism.
Live the tropical island life to
its fullest in Bora Bora, Tahiti by staying in an overwater bungalow. Breakfast
is delivered by canoe, but be sure to eat like the locals at roulettes. Explore
the ocean in a submarine scooter or swim with the sharks and rays.
Maui is a destination for true
nature lovers. For bohemian couples, Maui offers wine tasting, yoga workshops,
and a seed-to-cup coffee tour. Take a road trip to Hana village and, along the
way, visit the Seven Sacred Pools and camp under the stars. From waterfall
swims to zipline challenges, there’re countless ways to spend time together.
You can even take a day trip to the quiet island of Molokai.
The Sheraton Maui Resort &
Spa and the Grand Wailea Resort & Spa are our two favorite spots to stay on
Maui for romance. Both of these resorts have amazing snorkeling right out
front, delicious restaurants, and perfectly-landscaped properties. An afternoon
snorkel with turtles, followed by happy hour by the pool (AKA lazy river) is an
ideal day for us on this Hawaiian island.
The smallest inhabited island in
Hawaii, Lanai offers big enticements to its visitors. Only nine miles from Maui
yet a world away, Lanai can feel like two places. The first is found in
luxurious resorts where visitors can indulge in world-class amenities and
championship-level golf and the second is found bouncing along the island’s
rugged back roads in a 4-wheel-drive vehicle to explore off-the-beaten-path
treasures. You’re sure to find serenity, adventure and privacy on Lanai.
With a strong cafe culture, a
burgeoning organic and artisan food scene, and a handful of bar and clubs,
Rarotonga lives confidently in the 21st century. But beyond the island’s
tourist buzz and contemporary appearance is a robust culture.
North of ‘Raro’, the sublime
lagoon of Aitutaki is ringed with tiny deserted islands and is one of the
Pacific’s most improbably scenic jewels. Don’t forget to explore the ancient
makatea and taro fields of Mangaia, or swim in the underground cave pools of
Mitiaro and Ma’uke. The remote Northern Group is a South Seas idyll experienced
by a lucky few.
Aruba is one of the Lesser
Antilles islands located in the Southern Caribbean Sea. The island is located
miles off the coast of Venezuela and on clear days it is possible to see
Venezuela from the south-eastern side of the island. Located 15 miles north of
Venezuela in the warm waters of the southern Caribbean, Aruba is home to
beautiful white-sand beaches, 82-degree days, and some of the warmest people in
interior of the island, you’ll find Arikok National Park, a desert like
preserve with a variety of wildlife, cacti and dramatic rock formations. You’ll
also find some of Aruba’s most striking views, as the ocean crashes against the
rugged shoreline below.