The small island nation of Palau in the Pacific Ocean is known for its crystal-clear waters and diverse marine life. Palau is one of the world’s least densely populated tropical destinations, with a population of around 18,000 residents.
Dominica, a Caribbean Island not to be confused with the Dominican Republic, is often overshadowed by its more popular neighbors, but that’s exactly what makes it a great choice for a quieter tropical getaway.
Belize, a Central American country, has large reef barriers in the east and dense jungles to the west. Belize also has a wealth of ancient Mayan ruins. The country is still relatively undiscovered by tourists, making it a great destination for a tropical vacation. February is one of the best times to visit Belize.
This South Pacific island nation, Vanuatu, is known for its stunning beaches, active volcanoes, and traditional Melanesian culture. Visitors won’t get tired of stunning landscapes, and the rich history and culture of the island.
Seychelles, an archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, has something for everyone. If the gorgeous beaches, crystal-clear waters, and vibrant coral reefs don’t draw you in, attractions such as rock climbing, hiking, and sightseeing will keep you entertained.
Tuvalu is a small island nation in the Pacific Ocean with just over 11,000 residents. Things to do on the island (in addition to lounging on sandy beaches) are joining the residents in their daily lives, watching merchant men train, playing ball with locals, and interacting with your hosts.