These days, worldwide travelers are more eager than ever to visit lesser-known tropical islands that offer a slower pace of life and opportunities to practice self-care.
Here are 10 Tropical Islands you'll want to know about.
The Guna Yala Islands, better known as the San Blas Islands, are an archipelago of 350+ islands located off the northern coast of the Isthmus of Panama. Only about 50 of these islands are inhabited, and their primary residents are indigenous Guna people.
U.S. News & World Report ranks Bora Bora as one of the top 25 best islands in the world according to factors like sights, culture, food, and more. This tropical gem is relatively small, encompassing only 12 square miles of land.
The Times refers to St. Lucia as one of the “friendliest and most peaceful” Caribbean islands, making it an ideal tropical getaway. This volcanic island is instantly recognizable thanks to the Pitons, two jagged peaks that have become the country’s defining landmark.