Published on March 29th, 2020 | by admin0
Where to travel to get away from modern Life
After all the hustle and bustle that modern life offers, we need to rest. Besides the normal weekends off, you need to take some time to take a step back to rejuvenate. An adventurous destination would be perfect! A trip to the beach or a lone island deserted in the sea would really be a change in scenery.
There are more islands than you could ever imagine that can give you the experience that you desire. They are hidden treasures of the world known to few. The best idea behind taking a vacation to the islands is that they are diverse in character. There are those that are isolated and serene, some are just hard to reach hence the adventure, others are easy to reach and they all have a range of cost, activities and personal attractions. At the end of the day, the choice is yours to make.
When it comes to the world’s most remote islands, your imagination is your limitation. Here are some of them in different categories.
· When it comes to beauty, the Maldives islands have it. Ranging from over 1000 exquisite coral islands to the lagoons, beaches, and authentic marine life, this destination defines splendor. It is characterized by clear blue waters, white sandy beaches, and abundant marine life. Taking a seaplane flight will make your experience even more worthwhile
· The Bora Bora Island is another gorgeous destination most popular for honeymoons. However, it is still ideal as a family destination. Additionally, there are various water activities that imprint in your memories. These include Jet Skiing, lagoon cruises, snorkeling, and scuba diving among others.
· One of the most picturesque islands in the Philippines is Palawan. It is characterized by crystal clear water and has the Puerto- Princesa underground river- one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
· Other islands known for their charming physique include Galapagos Islands in Ecuador, Santorini, and Crete in Greece and Seychelles among others.
Are you looking to get away within a budget? Then here are some islands you would enjoy going to:
· Boracay Islands in the Philippines offers international standards at very charming rates. It is a low to mid-range cost destination especially in the Boat Station 3 area with a variety of cheap accommodation and restaurants. A mid-range hotel would cost about $60 and a hostel approximately $12 per night. An all you can eat buffet goes for $6 due to the high competition of restaurants.
· In the Indian Ocean extension of Africa emerge Zanzibar, off the coast of Tanzania. The area known as Stone Town offers a wide variety of seafood options and also accommodation. It is a calm and slow town with almost everything in walking distance. This island is rich in culture. A mid-ranged hostel is approximately $20 a night while a three coarse meal could range at $8
· Kos Island in Greece is close to the Turkey coast and most attractive during summer. It is a large well-developed island with cheap flights. Due to its development, there is high competition hence incredible deals on their snacks and water sport activities. A mid-range hotel is estimated at $45 a night while a hostel is $20. A three coarse meal at a mid-ranged hotel cost about $45
· Other great islands to look out for are Aruba and Martinique Islands in the Caribbean. These are affordable and exquisite destinations you wouldn’t want to miss out on.
Are you looking for an adventure to a destination that seems almost non-existent? Here are a few recommendations:
· The Tristan da Cunha is a group of British islands in the South Atlantic. They are 1750miles from South Africa and 200miles from South America. These islands are inhabited. There is no package for independent travelers, no safe island activities and all visitors must be cleared to go to the islands which cost between $800- $1500 for a round trip which takes 6days.
· The Bear Island, also known as Bjornoya is in the Arctic archipelago of Svalbard in the southernmost region. It may appear to be only 400miles north of mainland Europe on paper but the destination is much more complex. To begin with, it is 150miles south of the lumped Norwegian island. This area has been a nature reserve since 2002 since it is inhabitable due to radiation leaks, barren cliffs, and almost zero precipitation.
· When it comes to Bouvet Island, it is 1000miles from Antarctica. It is characterized by sheer cliffs and almost covered by a glacier. These elements also make it inhabitable. A visitor is required to be cleared by authorities before visiting the area since it is a nature reserve.
These are all islands of different distinct features. It gives every individual the ability to choose what escapade they desire to per take in.