World’s Best Kept Secret Islands

The Maldives? Been there. The Seychelles? Done that. There are many stunning islands in the world, many of which have gained popularity for its white sand beaches, turquoise seas and picture perfect sights. But there are always more to discover! Here’s our pick of some of the world’s lesser known and best kept secret islands. Visit them before everyone finds out about them!

Aitutaki, The Cook Islands

Aitutaki

Aitutaki is a hidden gem in the beautiful Cook Islands. Home to a population of just 2,000, Aitutaki is a wonderfully secluded island, ideal for a romantic retreat. Be mesmerized by the amazing blue lagoon, uninhabited islands and paradise views.

Skopelos, Greece

Skopelos

Escape the crowds of tourist hotspots of Mykonos and Santorini and visit the Greek Isle of Skopelos. Discover this Mediterranean island in the gleaming Aegean Sea and enjoy the lush surroundings before it gets commercialized!

Tikehau, French Polynesia

Tikehau

If you are looking for a castaway type holiday in a heavenly blissful setting then Tikehau is a fantastic option. Tikehau is a little island (motu) in the exotic French Polynesia with less than 400 residents.

Mabul, Malaysia

Mabul

Hidden just off the south eastern coast of Malaysia, Mabul is a small island with an exciting marine life. Diving aficionados will love the exotic array of creatures such as cuttlefish, gobies, frogfish and scorpion fish.

Andaman Islands, India

Andaman Islands

Staying under the radar, Andaman Islands are a collection of more than 200 islands in the Bay of Bengal. Filled with plenty of natural beauty including lush rainforests, pristine beaches and unspoiled coral reefs, it is a perfect location for an island getaway without any crowds.

Which of these islands would you like to visit?

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