Tropical Vacation Ideas

For a very secluded tropical vacation spot, consider the Maldives. This is an isolated group of small islands out in the Indian Ocean between India and Malaysia. Of the one thousand or so islands, about 90 are inhabited and offer tourist accommodations.

One of the main attractions here is the excellent diving. The island group consists of many coral reefs that enclose deep lagoons. These make great dive spots. The water is warm and clear and teeming with tropical marine life.

The atolls also provide a wonderful place for snorkeling as well as lots of other water activities. Surfing here is world-class, especially during the June through September monsoon season.

As for accommodations, the budget conscious will find many reasonably priced guest houses available. Two examples are the Abalone Tourist Inn and the Champa Moon Guest House.

There are some mid-priced hotels and then there are many first class luxury resorts. The Banyan Tree, Bathala Island Resort and One & Only Reethi Rah are a few of the excellent vacation resorts in the Maldives

Sanibel Island is a good spot to enjoy a tropical island getaway without leaving the U.S. Sanibel is down along the southwest coast of Florida near Naples and Fort Meyers. The beaches here are the rival of any beach in the world and you have the warm tropical climate you are looking for.

If you enjoy collecting sea shells, the Sanibel beaches are famous for their colorful and plentiful shells. And besides the beaches you have lots of things to do. There are plenty of luxury accommodations, great shopping and restaurants.

Explore the island on a bicycle, visit the National Wildlife Refuge & Bird Sanctuary, hit the links on one of the dozens of golf courses, photograph the wildlife, take an island boat cruise and so many other activities.

Try are a romantic cruise with Captiva Cruises. They can be found at South Sea Plantation Marina on Captiva Island which is adjacent to Sanibel Island and reachable by road. Their Sunset Serenade Cruise is a popular romantic outing. They can also take you out to see dolphins, explore the nearby coastal islands or take you to Cayo Costa State Park where the beach shelling is exceptional.

Fiji is a well-known tropical vacation spot. There’s a company that offers the opportunity to live with the locals and experience this beautiful tropical island in a way that you never could from your hotel room. specializes in the “Traditional Fijian Village Homestay. This is a very non-traditional vacation idea. You will be staying with a local Fijian host in their village. You will be immersed in the village life for an unforgettable vacation experience.

Travel by yourself or come with the whole family. Either way, this is a wonderful way to enjoy the Fiji Islands while learning firsthand about a different culture. And you can do it at a comparatively reasonable cost.

Tropical vacation with a Traditional Fijian Village Homestay

The beaches along the northwest coast of Long Island – the one in South Bahamas, not the one in New York – are some of the finest anywhere; especially the Cape Santa Maria Beach. The beach here sits along a beautiful sheltered bay and is practically untouched. Here you can enjoy your tropical vacation in a private lush beach setting.

On the north side of the bay is the Bahamas resort - Cape Santa Maria Beach Resort where you can take full advantage of this superb tropical destination.

Cape Santa Maria Beach Resort has elegant beachfront bungalows and villas. Only steps from your door is the crystal clear ocean and fine white-sand beach. It’s perfect for scuba diving, sailing, sport fishing, snorkeling or any other activities that you may enjoy. Some of the Bahamas best saltwater fishing is in the waters off Long Island. A trip to Cape Santa Maria Beach Resort should be at the top of your list for Bahamas vacation ideas.

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