10 Paradise Islands You’ve (Probably) Never Heard Of

Paradise Islands with beautiful beaches are one of the favorite destinations for millions of tourists around the world. While many choose popular places, such as the beautiful beaches of Brazil or the best known in the Caribbean, there are certain paradisiacal islands that you have probably never heard of.

If you are passionate about the not-so-known, pay attention to this article, where you will discover 10  incredible paradise islands. You cannot believe how you are not there right now.

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

This island country located north of Venezuela and the island of Granada has a beautiful tropical landscape made up of nature trails, vibrant colorful flowers, volcanoes, waterfalls, and of course, beautiful beaches, ideal for those looking for a magical place, but that is not populated with many people.

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Moorea Island

The island belonging to French Polynesia has its slopes covered with pineapple, avocado and grapefruit plantations. In addition to the two great bays, it has eight valleys that form a star. Not only does it allow you to enjoy its white beaches, but it also has a wide variety of corals and underwater creatures.

Moorea Island
Moorea Island

Comoros

The country is formed by three volcanic islands in southeastern Africa. They are known as the "islands of the moon" and are found at the northern end of the Mozambique Channel in the Indian Ocean. Its perfect beaches also have an incredible fragrance, since Comoros is the largest producer of ylang-ylang oil and one of the world's largest vanilla producers.

Comoros
Comoros

Solomon Islands

Mainly formed by six volcanic islands in northeastern Australia, in the South Pacific, in addition to having beautiful landscapes, it offers various activities such as diving, due to its crystal clear water and the great variety of marine species that inhabit the islands.

Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands

Holbox

To the north of the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico, is this paradisiacal island 42 kilometers long, which offers incredible beaches, whale watching, mangroves and lagoons with incredible birds. One of the main activities of the inhabitants of this island is lobster fishing, so in the local restaurants, you can taste crustacean dishes.

Holbox
Holbox

Reunion

Geographically belonging to the group of the Mascarene Islands, in the southwest of the Indian Ocean, it is politically a French overseas territory that offers green mountains, waterfalls of the Trou de Fer and quiet lakes. Its beaches become paradisiacal thanks to the coral reef that surrounds the island.

Reunion
Reunion

Bay Islands

The Bay Islands are an archipelago belonging to the Republic of Honduras that is considered a small Caribbean paradise, unique in the world. Its crystalline quality waters attract divers, eager to explore among goldfish, sunken ships, caves, and corals.

Bay Islands
Bay Islands

Vanuatu

This country that is 1,750 kilometers east of Australia is a paradise of the South Pacific composed of 83 islands with limestone soils and many volcanoes that offer diving in coral reefs, underwater caverns, and shipwrecks of World War II.

Vanuatu
Vanuatu

Alter do Chao

In the heart of the Brazilian Amazon, there is the village of Alter do Chão, a small town of unpaved streets that hides one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, «The Island of Love», ideal to enjoy a beautiful and small beach and explore the protected territories of the Floresta Nacional do Tapajós.

Alter do Chao
Alter do Chao