When it comes to romantic getaways, there is something appealing with the idea of isolation and untouched beauty of an island. Whether you want a luxurious stay at a resort, or a last minute beach-Valentine getaway, or just watch the sunset while sitting right beside your significant other—sipping cold drinks and relaxing; you can never go wrong with these five romantic islands that we are going to present you.
Nevis, St. Kitts and Nevis
Nevis is a small island that forms part of the inner arc of the Leeward Islands chain of the West Indies. Nevis–together with the island of St. Kitts, constitute one country: The federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis. Nevis might be smaller than its sister island (St. Kitts), but never underestimate this tiny Caribbean gem. The island is saturated with scenic coasts, sugar plantations, and more than a few travel-worthy hotels. One of these hotels is the infamous: Four Seasons, located on the equally famous Pinney’s Beach.
The Island of Maui is the second-largest of the Hawaiian islands, and is the 17th largest in the United States. Maui boasts rugged terrain, volcanic beaches and towering Mt. Haleakala. It’s the best place for snorkelers, hikers and food lovers alike. To catch as much of Maui’s natural beauty as possible, drive the road to Hana, a scenic route that features inspiring waterfalls and the breathtaking Seven Sacred Pools.
Geologically the oldest of the main islands of Hawaii. Kaua’i is the fourth-largest of these islands and the 21st in the United States. It is also known as the Garden Isle. Rain falls on mount Wai’ale’ale for almost 360 days a year; but the weather on the rest of Kaua’i isn’t nearly so bad. It is the site of incredible biodiversity.
Boracay Islands, Philippines
Named as the Best Island in the World in the 2016 Readers’ Choice Awards of international magazine Condé Nast Traveler. Boracay is a small island located on the western Visayan area of the Philippines. White sand beaches, lively nightlife, cheerful people (and tourists); this island is also famous for being one of the world’s top destination for relaxation.
It’s no wonder Palawan ranked as The Most Beautiful Island in the World this year, as the clear aquamarine water; limestone cliffs, and lagoons of the island province of the Philippines are only the most basic highlights. Palawan is also home to nature reserves on both land and sea. With dolphins just offshore, giant clams and sea turtles nesting on the island’s white sand beaches, you’ll feel like as if you’re dreaming.