The chaotic environment of the city with tall skyscrapers and jammed roads is sometimes too much to handle. The young generation couples or even older ones sometimes misses the charm of scenic nature with crystal clear water along with white sand beaches, to get into the zone of romance.
Here is the list of 5 islands that will spice up the romantic lives of the couple with ease.
One of the most beautiful spots in the Indian Ocean, Maldives is a small but extremely attractive destination for a romantic getaway. In recent years, this island country has become one of the most sought after destinations among Indian travelers looking to spend a few quiet days beside a sea.
Offering a little bit of everything, Maldives offers a combination of luxury and serenity. You can just spend hours on a beach, lying under the sun, having some soul-searching conversations with your partner or spouse, while listening to the sound of the waves. You can then spend a night cozy in a hut, standing right on top of sea waters, as you hear the water grunted and groan underneath you.
It also offers adventurous outings for couples, who want to indulge in some interesting activities.
Another beautiful work of nature in the Indian Ocean, Mauritius is located about 2,000 kilometers off the southeast coast of the Africa. With some of the most beautiful beaches of the world, you can just sit and watch the sunset, hand-in-hand with your partner.
You can also engage in snorkeling, through coral reefs and witness sea full of aqua creatures, or have a bath in a clean waterfall tucked in the middle of a beautifully hilly landscape.
Interestingly, Mauritius was home for the avian species Dodo, which unfortunately is extinct today. It also has an intricate Indian connection, with over 60 percent of its population, having origins in India.
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Marvelous beaches, juxtaposed with ancient history, the Greek Islands feel like a mythological paradise that you might have dreamt of visiting. Each island offers its own touch of Greek history through ancient city ruins, historic museums and religious structures, and of course, the vibrant Greek culture. You can windsurf and swim in the Aegean Sea and enjoy the non-stop nightlife on an island like Mykonos. The charming villages nestled in between ridges will take your breath away, and you will dream of having your own little home in those sugar cube houses.
The natural landscape is the most attractive part of the Greek islands. From Balos Beach in the Gramvousa Peninsula to Shipwreck Bay in Zakynthos Island, there is not one dull spot in this seaside destination.
The Kiwi nation is predominantly an island destination but it offers much more to visitors. It is inarguably one of the most beautiful spots on the face of the earth with attractions ranging from beaches to snow-capped mountains. This is a destination recommended for couples who want to spend some quality time together, looking at the beautiful landscapes of nature while also taking a peek into some historic destinations.
Among the key attractions is a marine reserve that houses some of the world’s most amazing sea creatures, the Blue Penguin Colony, a home of the friendly loving penguin birds and historic sites where the indigenous Polynesian people of New Zealand lived.
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Another Indian Ocean archipelago, Seychelles is located in the east of Africa and is a country, comprising 115 islands, utterly rich in natural beauty and a beach lover’s paradise.
The warm and clear waters, reefs and splendid beaches are enough to give you a splendid time in each others’ company, as also scope for indulging in activities such as sea diving and snorkeling. However, beaches are not the only attraction in Seychelles. Often dubbed as the Galapagos of the Indian Ocean, this group of islands is extremely rich in marine as well as bird life. If you are a wildlife lover, this place offers you memorable experiences of spotting exotic marine beings as well as never seen before tropical birds at its dedicated bird islands and sanctuary.
With inputs from ANI