20 Most Beautiful Islands in the World

20. Mo’orea, French Polynesia

Mo’orea is a volcanically formed island in the French Polynesia, reachable from nearby Tahiti by high-speed Cataraman. Expect pristine white powder sanded beaches, bright turquoise waters, staggering emerald green cliffs and luxury hotels with over-water bungalows. Mo’orea is ideal for honeymooners who want a lesser known destination. Recommended hotels include Hilton Moorea Lagoon Resort (pictured) & Sofitel Moorea Ia Ora.

19. Jamaica


18. Boracay, Phillipines

17. Waiheke Island, New Zealand

16. Capri, Italy

15. Ko Phi Phi, Thailand

14. St Lucia

13. Whitsunday Islands, Australia

12. Kaua’i

11. Fiji

10. The Dalmatian Islands, Croatia

9. Bali, Indonesia

8. The Cook Islands

7. Santorini

6. Palawan, Phillipines

5. Mauritius, Africa

4. Bora Bora, French Polynesia

3. Seychelles

2. Maui, Hawaii

1. Maldives

Maldives Villa Island

46 thoughts on “20 Most Beautiful Islands in the World

  1. Ahhh, have you visited some/most of these? I’ve been to Maui, Kauai and Jamaica. I’d put Kauai on as #1, but first have to visit the others to see if that was right. We can dream…. 🙂

    1. Thank you for your kind words….I have visited almost all of them – simply travelling is the best adventure for me with music!!

  2. Stunning photos. We got married in Maui and has gone back 3 times. We’ve been to Australia. I’ve been to Indonesia. We want to go to New Zealand and Phillippine someday. Very nice.

  3. These are just stunning places on Earth Mihran thank you for sharing them.. And I also want to thank you dear friend for your recent visit,, I so appreciated your words you left me.. Many thanks..
    Take care and have a beautiful weekend.. <3
    Sue xx

  4. What a wonderful world! Such an inspiring post Mihran! You are blessed to have been to so many beautiful places!

    Easter blessings my dear friend!

  5. These paradises look heavenly! I’m from the Philippines and am familiar with Boracay. There’s currently a movement to try to close it off from all tourists in order to rehabilitate it back to its former health and glory, although there’s no final word on whether it’ll push through.

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