World's 5 Best Keep Secret Islands - beautiful!
Anegada is an island in the British Virgin Islands. It has a year round population of less than 200 on 15 square miles (38 sq km), which makes it the second largest island in the chain, after Tortola, but the most sparsely populated of the main islands. It is also geographically isolated, being separated by some 15 miles of blue water from the rest of the chain.
The western side of Anegada consists mostly of a large salt pond sporting flocks of flamingoes. There are miles of beaches to enjoy. It is easy to spend a day on the beach without seeing another living soul.
Lindquist Island is about 90 km North of Dunk Island and East of the Cowley Beach Training area almost next to Double Point and North of the South Barnard Islands. Lindquist Island is part of the North Barnard Islands.
This island is protected by the EPA Queensland. The island is also a site for popular tourist kayaking and there have been sightings of Humpback whales.
Sandy Spit is an uninhabited islet of the British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean, sitting midway between Sandy Cay and Green Cay. It measures less than half an acre in size, and consists entirely of a ring of sandy beach surrounding light foliage. It has the appearance of a classic paradise "desert island" and has been photographed for use in print medium in a number of advertising campaigns.
Carriacou Island located in the Caribbean Sea
Carriacou is known as "the island surrounded by reefs" from an Amerindian word. Originally settled by the French, the island was ceded to the British when they captured Grenada (island). The majority of the inhabitants today are of African descent, but there remains a British influence as it was colonized by the British Empire and remains a dependancy of Grenada, a Commonwealth state. There is also still a French influence which is demonstrated in some of the village names: L'Esterre, La Resource, and Beausejour. Also some patois is still spoken.
Carriacou's coastline is mostly wave-cut coral or shoal formations. Manchineel Bay and Carenage Bay near Harvey Vale have some small beach areas, spectacular because they are volcanic black sand beaches.
Moorea is an island in the Society Islands archipelago, only a few kilometers off the northwest coast of Tahiti. If you are visiting French Polynesia on a budget, Moorea is the place to be. Moorea is like Tahiti but cheaper and less touristy. It's mostly rural and farming is big. There are chickens everywhere, the roosters crowing at 6AM can get old after a few days.
Hiking, snorkeling, surfing, horse riding are some of the many fun activities in the isalnd.
Don't miss: The Tiki Village. Instead of paying for your hotel's Tahitian buffet and show, spend the money and go to the Tiki Village for a much better dinner and show. You will be shown around a replica of a traditional Tahitian village, educated about the local Polynesians' way of life, served a buffet dinner, white and red wine included, then entertained by a talented 60-person troop of dancers, singers, and musicians.