5 Hidden Exotic Islands of the World


Exotic Islands, provide you with with beautiful surroundings and endles relaxation around the world. We discovered 5 hidden gems of the world that only a few know about…

1. Skomer Island, Wales

If you enjoy wildlife you should definitely have to check this place out. Nearly half a million birds such as puffins, kittiwakes, fulmars, and razorbills build nests in the moss-covered cliffs of this 721 hectare nature reserve. The waters surrounding this isle also have some fantastic wildlife from colourful sea slugs to magnificent cetaceans. Skomer island is a photographers’ paradise

Only 15 minute ferry trip from the city of Martin Dale Sailing Haven in Wales.  Skomer offers overnight stay self catering accommodation which is fairly basic. You can join the guided bird watching tour or go for a hike around the island.

Skomer is the perfect place to return to basics and enjoy the wonders of nature.

Exotic Skomer Island Green Bridge Wales

Skomer Island

2. Corn Islands, Nicaragua

Corn Islands is the hidden treasure of the Carribean of the coast of Nicaragua. Corn Islands are made up of two islands, Big Corn Island and Little Corn Island. These lush green islands provide exotic fruit trees, native palms and white sandy beaches among freshly harvested lobster and fish.

La Costena conducted flight daily from Managua to the Corn Islands. With tourism still in its infancy you need to be prepared to take the path of the 17th century buccaniers and enjoy the simple pleasures the island has to offer like scuba diving to the Spanish Galleaon, or horseback riding around Little Corn Island or enjoy a massage and take a yoga class.

Corn Island

Corn Island

3. Kythera Island, Greece

According to local myth Aphrodite was born in Kythera. The island is located in the south east end of Grece between Crete and Peloponnesia. Kythera offers magical landscapes and gorgeous beaches to its visitors.

Kythera will take you back to another time with its antiquities, chirches from the Byzantyne era and schools from the British era. It also has plenty of cafes, restaurants, shopping and daily adventure tours, or the option just to discover the beautiful landscape.  There are plenty of accommodation options from camping to small hotels and anything in between.




4. Rottnest Island, Australia

Rottnest is a Class A nature reserve off the coast of Perth in Western Australia. It is a popular family destination.  You can go snorkeling or scuba diving off one of the many beautiful beaches Rottnest has to offer or discover the island on a bicycle or on foot through the Wadjemup Walk Trail, take a scenic flight or siply sit back and relax at one of the many restaurants/cafes or simply in your own backyard.

Rottnest offers several different type of accommodation from dormitory style at the historic Kingston Barracks, to self catered units to small hotels.

Meet the local quokkas or enjoy beautiful sunsets, Rottnest will sure help you relax and unwind.


Rottnest Island

5. Fakarava Island, French Polynesia

Fakarava Island is an untouched sanctury of French Polynesia, where nesting birds and marine life live in harmony with land and water.

Fakarava Island is the newest destination of Tahiti, offers nature at its finest and has been designated as UNSECO Biosphere Reserve. It offers plenty of nautical attractions and gorgeous wedding packages, or the joy of simple relaxation and traditional massages.

You can fly from Papeete to Fakarava daily with Air Tahiti.

Exotic Fakarava Island French Polynesia

Fakarava Island


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