Tropical Paradise Destinations To Travel To This Month
1. Croatia's oldest and largest National Park - Plitvice Lakes
The waters flowing over the limestone and chalk have, over thousands of years, deposited travertine barriers, creating natural dams which in turn have created a series of beautiful lakes, caves and waterfalls. These geological processes continue today. The forests in the park are home to bears, wolves and many rare bird species.
2. Koh Chang, Thailand. One of the most beautiful places on Earth
3. The Andaman Sea – Phuket, Thailand
It’s the Islands and beaches of southern Thailand that hold the greatest appeal for tourists and, whether you’re looking for great landscapes, scuba diving or nightlife attractions, there is plenty of choice
The Andaman coastline, to the west of the Kra Isthmus, boasts fabulous scenery and heavenly beaches. The largest and well-known of the islands destination is Phuket, which has been attracting tourists for a number of years and is now in full swing, high-rise hotels appear inexorably above the palm trees.
Further south, the island of Koh Phi Phi and the beaches around Krabi on the mainland are slowly but surely building a foothold on the tourist map and, although not as established as Phuket Island, they are geared up to welcome all visitors – from independent travelers to families.
4. This is what you call an amazing swimming pool, at Bronte, New South Wales, Australia
5. Secluded beach in Palawan
6. Discovering waterfalls in Faroe Islands, amazing blue
7. This resort looks so beautiful, at Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi
8. Freedom Beach, in Thailand
9. A boat trip in in the Gulf Of Thailand
10. Australia simply has everything, beautiful weather, outback and beaches
11. Cres Island, Croatia. One of the largest but least developed of Croatia’s islands
the relatively untouched gem of Cres is a rugged wilderness containing the famously-produced Cres olive oil, 80 breeding pairs of the rare griffon vultures and 3,000 full-time human residents. The island has two distinct landscapes, verdant in the north, the Tramuntana, and barren to the south. The north contains the two settlements of Beli – home to the Caput Insulae Eco Centre, which works to protect rare resident birds – and Cres town, with its café-lined harbour
12. Have you been to Oahu, Hawaii?
13. It's pretty clear why the local Butchulla people call this place K'Gari (paradise)
this dreamy Queensland island is the World Heritage-listed Fraser Island. Located in the Fraser coast region, explore the many wonders of the world's largest sand island, including Boorangoora (LakeMcKenzie) and 75milebeach. Need more evidence of just how special Fraser Island is? It's the only place in the world where the rainforest grows on sand
14. A sunset to remember, at Hawaii. Would you like to experience a sunset on Hawaii?
15. A moment in total harmony with nature...Come taste the charm of polynesia, a unique place, at Bora Bora, French Polynesia
16. There are not many places with better beaches than in Dominican Republic
17. Fabulous Khlong Hin beach on Koh Kood
18. Bonbon Beach, Romblon, Do you like natural beaches like this one?
19. Just another beautiful scenery in Montenegro
20. Plaka Beach at Greece is also a must place to travel too
21. One of the most famous beaches in Greece, Navagio aka. Shipwreck is a must for all travelers visiting
22. Banana Beach, at Koh Hey from above. Beautiful Phuket coastal waters shining under the afternoon sun
23. Cala Sisine is a gorgeous cove located in east Sardinia, about 17 kilometers north of Baunei, and 11 kilometers south of the small seaside town named Cala Gonone
24. Have you been to Cala Ratjada, Islas Baleares, Spain
25. Good morning from amazing Primošten
26. Koh Nang Yuan is a small Island very close to Koh Tao, in Thailand
If you are a fan of diving or snorkeling, this a one of the best places on Earth
27. Arguably the most beautiful island in the world
Bora Bora's unique geography provides the perfect location for a once in a lifetime adventure. The island's volcanic past has left a dramatic peak, known as Mt Otemanu, surrounded by a large turquoise lagoon and a string of coral motus (little islands) around its reef.