Paradises

Paradise

is a place in which existence is positive, harmonious and timeless. It is

conceptually a counter-image of the miseries of human civilization, and in paradise

there is only peace, prosperity, and happiness. Paradise is a place of contentment, but

it is not necessarily a land of luxury and idleness.

Complete information on earth’s paradises, paradise island, paradise resorts, paradise island resort, hidden, secret and mystic paradises.

Khao Lak, located just north of Phuket Island on the gorgeous Andaman seaboard, is one of Thailand’s most peaceful resort destinations.Khao Lak offers a rare oasis for relaxation, with a superb combination of cool tropical forest, lovely beachfront accommodation and expansive white sand beaches. And those beaches are more beautiful than ever.

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Atiu Cook : A beautiful island where you believe that you have it all to yourself. The local people are very welcoming. Beautiful beaches, amazing colours of the water, millions of perfect shells of all sizes,hermit crabs, the complete quiet, the fishing, sunrises and sunsets, wonderfully prepared local food, informative tours, local art….. Its greatest asset is the low keyed nature of all that happens here…island time, no stress,low tourist numbers, peace and serenity. Get out of the resorts of Rarotonga and discover the real Cook Island experience.

Relaxed peace, no mechanical engine sounds – just listen to the nature. Great place to get around with bicycle and walking. Caves are worth while to explore.  Link

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Rangiroa

One of those atolls that one dreams about without really believing that it exists. A ribbon of islets fringed with coconut trees, gathered around a turquoise-blue lagoonthat could enclose the whole island of Tahiti and whose depths shelter unusual marine life.

The waters of Rangiroa are abundant. In her crystal-clear waters, the shimmering sun rays illuminate thousands of multicolored fish. Dream beaches and coral reefs. Divers’ paradise.

Rangiroa 
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Bali

Bali, with its great natural beauty and rich culture, it is by far the most popular tourist destination in Indonesia. It is a land of soaring majestic volcanoes, of emerald rice fields clinging on hillsides and sculpted in tiers, of idyllic beaches and modern resorts. Despite overwhelming foreign influences, the Balinese have managed to reach a harmonious balance between preserving their culture, their natural environment and accommodating today’s changing world.

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Kuna Yala

Kuna Yala consists of a corridor along the Caribbean Sea. Kuna Yala includes some 365 islands that together form the archipelago and where most of the Kuna live today.

Some of these beautiful islands have been prepared to host travelers to enjoy the gorgeous white sand beaches and blue waters, and to gain an insight into the Kuna culture. Next to relaxation, visitors are offered various activities with snorkeling being one of the main attractions. Fishing is also quiet an experience when done as the Kuna do! But you can also walk, enjoy the natural beauty and wildlife, learn the secrets to Kuna cuisine or just relax. Don’t expect luxurious lodging, but a stay in harmony with nature.

Kuna Yala 
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Manafaru

Manafaru Island is a fantastic place for a vacation any time of year. With a large variety of activities and attractions, a vacation in Manafaru Island will appeal to travelers of all ages with diverse tastes and preferences.

 

Manafaru

Manafaru 
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Dhonakulhi

Dhonakulhi


Bintan

Bintan


Gili Islands

Gili Islands


Bodu Hithi

Bodu Hithi


Phuket

Phuket


San Andrés & Providencia

San Andrés - Providencia


 

Khao Lak, Thailand

Khao Lak

 

Atiu Cook Island

Atiu Cook

 

Rangiroa

Rangiroa

 

Bali

Bali

 
Kuna Yala

Kuna Yala

 

 

Paradise Places And Islands

Cape Verde

Cape Verde


 


Rangali Island

Rangali Island


Cape Tribulation

Cape Tribulation


Quy Nhon

Quy Nhon


Saminyak

Saminyak


Fernando de Noronha

Fernando de Noronha


Lalomanu

Lalomanu

 

 

Tulum

Tulum

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