Tropical Vacation Destinations

Do you always bring home vacation brochures in the hopes of selecting one of the tropical destinations mentioned in them? You have always wanted to discover what the world has to offer and the new possibilities it holds. Work pressures, family commitments, and/or the need to settle down as soon as possible can hinder the plans for a holiday. There are many beautiful destinations all around you that may have been calling you for a while now. So instead of worrying about your commitments to other things in life, think of yourself and the responsibility you have towards you. Take a look at some popular vacation spots that might just tempt you to call off any other engagement and head out for some fun. Check out these amazing beach vacations that will blow you away.

Destinations You Should Not Miss

A tropical vacation has to furnish lots of sun, best beaches, and tons of relaxation excuses. I, myself, am a beach lover, so whenever I try to plan for a vacation, I always, without a doubt pick a place where I can get to lie in the sun. It helps me avoid winter time and gives me an opportunity to come upon wonderful paradises our planet has to offer.

Seychelles, Africa

It’s a group of 115 islands (granite and coral) from the east coast of Africa in the western Indian Ocean. With year round warm, tropical climate, you can visit the islands any time of the year. You can enjoy bird watching, diving, fishing, hiking, sailing, snorkeling, and surfing during your stay.

Yasawa, Fiji

Remember The Blue Lagoon movie? Yasawa island is a remote getaway in Fiji with white sandy beaches and only 1 resort on the entire island. If you wish for a romantic, private, and quiet time on your vacation, then Yasawa is the place for you. You can enjoy exploring the caves, diving, snorkeling over world’s most uncorrupted reefs, surfing, sailing, and much more.

Jumby Bay, West Indies

A private, luxurious, and breathtakingly exotic vacation spot off the coast of Antigua, West Indies. Jumby Bay has vacation homes to many celebrities, which also renders white sand and every water sport you can imagine. If you’re not the adventurous kind, then just lie in the sun, get that tan you always dreamed of, and spot some endangered birds/lizards while you’re there.

Koh Lipe, Thailand

Koh Lipe, meaning paper island, is a small island situated in the southern part of the Andaman sea in Satun Province, close to Langkawi island (Malaysia). There are 3 main beaches on Koh Lipe: Sunset Beach, Pattaya Beach, and Sunrise Beach. You can visit the island from December to February, and enjoy your time at one of the most exotic tropical locals.