Fuerteventura Canary Island.
The second largest Canary island, lying just 52 nautical miles off the coast of Morocco, Fuerteventura has a perfect climate with monthly temperatures averaging between 17C in January to 25C in August. Blessed with the Canaries’ longest beaches, ranging from wild, windsurfing ones to quieter, calmer ones, this island is the spot for all water and watersport lovers. You can also move further into the island and visit ancient villages full of hidden escapes.
Peninsula Papagayo Costa Rica.
On Costa Rico’s west coast, Peninsula Papagayo is a 1,400 acre paradise that is home to four UNESCO world heritage sites. The coastline and trails, which are frequently visited by wildlife, all stretch for miles, and the private peninsula also has seven distinct beaches. No matter what you’re into, you can be sure Papagayo has it, including mountain biking trails, beach clubs, and even adventure programming.
St. Lucia Caribbean.
St. Lucia is where all the various natural elements meet to create one picture-perfect expression of the world. It really has it all, from beaches, gardens and waterfalls, to springs, mineral baths, bird sanctuaries and a pigeon island – if you ever wanted to get away from it all, St. Lucia is the place to go. Spend the day sailing on wide open waters or immersive yourself in an adventure through the forest.
Whether a day, week, or month, the time you spend at O’ahu will be a time you remember for a long, long time. You could take a trip to Waikiki’s sand beaches to sunbathe or surf, walk up winding trails until you reach the towering volcanic head of Diamond Head, tour Doris Duke’s Shangri La, or go for a drive down the Windward Coast of O’ahu, where you’re greeted by a verdant backdrop of small towns, rainforests and verdant mountains.
Koh Yao Noi Thailand.
140-square-kilometre Ko Yao Noi-which translates to “Small Long Island”-is a diverse landscape that changes from mangrove forests in the west, to sandy beaches in the east, and a lush, green interior. The island has been developed to cater to high-spending visitors; it features a number of private villas and luxury resorts and high-end hotels. Balancing this, there are plenty of opportunities to experience the more affordable and more adventurous bungalows.
Palawan is at the same time the Philippines’ least inhabited regions and its most enticing. You can visit the Bacuit Archipelago which is a never-ending stretch of lush forests and rolling hills, or explore the Calamian islands and immersive yourself in the wonderful seascape all around, before relaxing at the stunning beaches of El Nido, or moving down to Port Barton, a quaint village with a charm all of its own.