Chuck Maldives and Mauritius. THE TRIP plays global travel guide and handpicks three exotic Islands across the oceans that promise you tons of fun and adventure
Corn Islands, situated fifty miles northeast of the Atlantic coast city of Bluefields in Nicaragua is one of the Caribbean's forgotten tropical paradises. The turquoise shores of the Corn Islands are an ideal holiday destination as it is neither too crowded, nor too expensive.
Exploring scenic Bora Bora island can be fun. PIC/AFP
The two Corn Islands, Big Corn Island and Little Corn Island are lush with exotic fruit trees, native palms and surrounded by white sand beaches, providing you the ideal atmosphere to relax. There are tons of activities for adventure lovers including hiking, fishing, snorkeling, diving, horseback riding and scuba diving.
Untold numbers of shipwrecks still lay scattered along the shores of the islands, which were once a haven for pirates and buccaneers in the 17th century. At the island, you can see a 400-year-old wreck of a Spanish Galleon by snorkel, dive or glass bottom boat excursion.
Bora Bora is one of the most beautiful islands in French Polynesia. Bora Bora has a lagoon that resembles an artist's palette of blues and greens and is often listed as one of the world's most romantic destinations. The white sand beaches are a great place to relax.
Choose to check in to the over water bungalows; these traditional thatched-roof bungalows are perched above the turquoise lagoon waters. In many of the over water bungalows, you'll spot tropical fish swim below your glass floor or coffee table. Have your breakfast delivered to you every morning by a canoe. Snorkeling, sailing and diving are some of the popular activities here. Apart from this, shark and ray feeding is popular too.
The Aeolian Islands also known, as Lipari Islands are a volcanic archipelago located off the northern coast of Sicily in the Tyrrhenian Sea, which is part of the Mediterranean Sea. A ferry or hydrofoil from Sicily will help you reach the island. The main island, Lipari is a charming town that has a reconstructed Norman Era church and a beautiful archeological museum and archeological park.
The Ponente Beach is the island's most beautiful attraction. Lipari is famous for volcanoes, castles, thermal resorts, water sports, fishing and beaches. The island is also known as the hub for Pumice stone. It boasts of being a centre for unforgettable excursions owing to its fascinating countryside. If you are here for a holiday, you cannot afford to miss the boat round trip, which lets you admire its beaches, grottos, bays.