1. Bali, Indonesia

The stunning island of Bali, a growing tourist hub, is the ultimate destination for those seeking paradise. The island’s treasured culture and diverse landscapes are what have made Bali so appealing to visitors. All areas of the island offer something different; Seminyak is populated with resorts, hotels, high-end shopping, bars and restaurants.

Seminyak is also renowned for its beach clubs, like the widely recognised Potato Head Beach Club, where visitors can sip on a refreshing cocktail from the infinity pool, overlooking the Indian Ocean. This busy area is a favourite for many visitors as it has become more westernised in recent years which some find comforting when in a foreign place.

For a perfect mixture of western and Balinese culture, visit Canggu, a beach area south of Seminyak where rice fields meet the coastline. This eclectic and quaint area offers a small town feel with charming bars, hip cafes and fashion forward boutiques. In Canggu you will find people cruising around on motorcycles and it is also well-known for its ideal surfing conditions that attract many passionate surfers from all over the world.

Venture away from the coast to Ubud where you can explore ancient temples, breathe-taking rice fields and waterfalls. Here, you can also take a trip to the famed monkey forest where you can get up close and personal with some of Bali’s furry natives.

For a more remote experience, travel to the very south of the island to Uluwatu where English is not spoken as often and the beaches are the essence of paradise. With striking blue ocean and powdery white sands, this area of Bali will allow you to become emerged in this beautiful culture from some of the most stunning beaches in the world.


  1. Maui, USA

Maui is a magnificent Hawaiian island that offers long sandy coastlines, tropical waters, hiking, ziplining, snorkelling and so much more. The island caters to all preferences with so much to do for those who love the outdoors and those who simply wish to spend their time relaxing at the beach.

When it comes to exploring the island, there is a multitude of things to see. Stroll down to Keawakapu Beach and watch the sunset over the golden sands or take a trip to Wailua Falls which plunge a 100ft down, this is a truly spectacular sight.

For the thrill seekers, zipline through the lush countryside, mountain bike through the forest or hike winding trails to reach incredible views. Maui is also a desired surfing location and popular for scuba diving and snorkelling where you can get to know the local marine life.



  1. Sardinia, Italy

Visit Sardinia for the ultimate Italian experience. This gem of an island is radiating with culture, history and arts. The island is home to lengthy coastlines and crystal clear Mediterranean waters that somewhat resemble a postcard. Sardinia is an island full of adventure with many outdoor activities and historic sights to be explored, you will never find yourself looking for something to do.

Sardinia is a great location especially for families as there are many resorts like the Mark Warner, Perdepera Beach Resort which offer onsite activities such as windsurfing, sailing and scuba diving, perfect for family bonding. A great way to explore the island is by bicycle or hike some of the many trails which lead to spectacular lookouts.

Sardinia offers the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors and discover ancient ruins while also offering a great nightlife and shopping scene. Whether you wish to keep busy or want to laze by the pool, Sardinia has it all.



  1. Isle of Skye, Scotland

If you are looking for something different to a tropical island getaway but still seeking some wonderful scenery, the Isle of Skye is the destination for you. This picturesque Scottish island is the epitome of true natural beauty. With rocky mountains, lush moors and vast lochs, the Isle of Skye is ideal for outdoor lovers and camping enthusiasts.

However, you don’t need to sleep in a tent to enjoy these beautiful sights. The island houses many hotels such as The Brander Lodge where you can relax and take in all that Skye has to offer while staying in comfortable and warm accommodation.

From the hotel, sightseeing tours can be arranged as well as fishing tutoring, loch cruises, bike hires and more. For the ultimate nature experience in one of the world’s most scenic places, visit the Isle of Skye.


  1. South Island, New Zealand 

The South Island of New Zealand is truly one of the most unique islands in the world. This highly active volcanic region boasts out of this world landscapes with towering mountain ranges, rolling hills, glacier lakes and stunning coastlines. The South Island is where the adventure happens.

At the tip of the island, Abel Tasman is home to the Abel Tasman National Park where you can discover beautiful beaches, adventurous trails and ocean kayaking. If you are lucky, you may even be able to spot some penguins coming ashore at night.

If you are looking to get your adrenaline pumping, Queenstown is a must, the adventure capital of the world. Here you can partake in skydiving, bungee jumping, jet boat rides and much more. Queenstown also offers glorious views that look more like an oil painting than real life. This quaint and scenic mountain town is a must visit location while in the South Island.

In the south-west, you can discover Fiordland National Park where you can take a boat cruise through the world-famous Milford Sound. Nicknamed the 8th wonder of the world, this unforgettable experience is a once in a lifetime opportunity.

For a memorable trip filled with adventure, beauty and unique sights, New Zealand’s South Island is somewhere that should not be missed.