Island Trader Vacations Reviews the World's Best Islands

Island Trader Vacations reviews 5 of the best islands in the world for travel in 2014.

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Michigan (PRWEB) March 01, 2014

Islands are found in oceans and even lakes around the world. From large to small, populated to uninhabited, islands are as diverse as the areas in which they are located. Whether it is a remote Caribbean Island or a populated island off the coast of Australia, islands make up many of the world’s most popular destinations for travel and vacations. Island Trader Vacations reviews 5 top island destinations for travel in 2014.

Bora Bora – Located in the beautiful South Pacific, surrounded by pristine turquoise waters and sugar white beaches, millions of visitors choose Bora Bora as their choice as the world’s best island destination. From its luxury resorts to its peaceful and secluded lagoons, this island paradise is part of the Society Islands in French Polynesia. Offering a long and rich history in addition to its natural abundance, Bora Bora now relies on its tourism and caters to those who visit in the form of culturally rich activities, unique aquatic based resorts and wildly diverse recreational options.

Chincoteague – Best known for its ponies, this lovely U.S. Island is situated off the coast of Virginia. Located near to some of the most popular and well known resort islands on the east coast, Chincoteague is a breath of fresh air, an escape to the peace and serenity of the Virginia coast of the past. A popular tourist destination, activities on and around the island include many outdoor activities, visiting the nationally protected areas, and enjoying the culture of the towns and festivals unique to the island.

Great Barrier Reef Islands – Actually a group of more than 3,000 individual islands, the Great Barrier Reef Islands hold the distinction of being within an ecologically rich, unique and protected region of the world. Located off the coast of Australia, there are over 100 islands for which visitors are welcome to visit. From Daydream Island known for its secluded forests and beaches to Bedarra Islands known for its exclusivity, there is likely an island perfect for any traveler.

Prince Edward Island – Made popular in the 1980’s as the home of Anne of Green Gables, this lovely island is the smallest and least populated in the country of Canada. Known as the Garden in the Gulf, it is renowned for its lush green surroundings and its agriculture not to mention in ocean views and its tranquility. Celebrating its 150th anniversary this year, visitors to this beautiful island can take advantage of many unique events and festivals in honor of this sesquicentennial celebration.

Boracay – Known as home to the world’s softest sand, this small yet accessible island welcomes over a million visitors each year. Part of the Philippines, Boracay is frequently named a top island in the world not just for its sand but also for its peace, its luxury resort accommodations and amenities and its stunning natural beauty.

Other top island destinations which were named included the Cayman Islands, Bali, Kauai, the Maldives, Maui, Easter Island, Marco Island and Naxos, Greece as well. Islands inspire, relax and astound millions of people each year for their uniqueness and beauty and often remoteness. Island Trader Vacations reviews invites travelers to find the islands which inspire them when they travel.

Island Trader Vacations reviews top destinations for travel. A members-only travel club, Island Trader Vacations offers members-only benefits on travel.


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