Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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If you are looking for a paradise vacation, you should consider visiting one of the amazing islands from our “Amazing Islands of the World” series. You can see part 1 here. In part 2 we will show you 7 more amazing islands: Maui, Palawan, Bora Bora, Bali, Galapagos Island, Sicily and Tasmania. Their beaches and nature are incredibly beautiful and unreal. Every moment you spend on these island will feel like you are in fairy tale.

Even if you can not visit all these islands, here are few photos of each island for you to enjoy!

Maui, Hawaii

Maui is the second largest Hawaiian Island with population of about 145,000. It has many beautiful natural wonders. It is famous for its Haleakalā vulcano.

Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Palawan

Palawan is Philippine Island with population of about 770,000. In the past it was a Spanish colony. It has amazing beaches and mystic caves and mountains.

Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Houses on Stilts; Coron City, Busuanga Island, N. Palawan, Philippines

Photo credit: Lon&Queta

Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Bora Bora

Bora Bora is one of the French Polynesia islands. It is surrounded by a lagoon and a barrier reef. It is very popular tourist destinations with amazing resorts.

Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Bali

Bali is an Indonesian island with a population of about 4,200,000. Apart from beautiful beaches, it has amazing old temples.

Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Galapagos Islands

The Galapagos Islands are located in the Pacific ocean, west of South America. Although it has no spectacular beaches it has amazing nature and many interesting animal species.

Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Sicily

Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, located south of the Italian mainland. It has many historical monuments and nice sandy beaches.

Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Tasmania

Tasmania is located south of Australia. It has a population of about half a million people.

Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

Photo credit: Luke Zeme

Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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Amazing Islands of the World – Part 2

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1 Comment

  1. Joseph @ Green Global Travel

    January 26, 2015 at 12:08 pm

    Wow! Great photography. Must have been tough to get some of those shots.

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