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The Beaches Of Tropical Islands

by Noah Cameron
The Beaches Of Tropical Islands

Tropical beaches and tropical islands are located at 23 1/2 degrees, north or south of the equator.

They like the warm weather all year round with lots of sun and heat. Depending on where you are going, there are many tropical destinations around the world, including Hawaii, Fiji, the Caribbean, and Bora Bora.

Hawaii, in the state of Aloho, offers several islands and beaches.

The island of Oahu is the most popular, home to the famous Waikiki Beach and Honolulu, the state’s capital. Maui offers several luxury resorts, 16 golf courses, and a 1,023-foot volcano.

Molokai and Lanai can be reached by ferry from Maui, or you can simply fly from Honolulu there.

The Big Island of Hawaii is the largest of all the islands, with the Volcanoes National Park, with incredible waterfalls and breathtaking beaches. Kauai is known for its tropical vegetation and has even been used for editing many Hollywood films.

The Caribbean islands are made up of many large and small islands, including Bahamas, Jamaica, Barbados, Virgin Islands, British Virgin Islands, and Anguilla, to name a few.

The Caribbean Islands offer splendid beaches, crystal clear waters, and warm weather.

Vacation activities include diving, swimming, snorkeling, sailing, and even fishing. Fiji, the island of Fiji, is made up of many tropical islands famous for its blue waters and sandy beaches.

There are several resorts to choose from, including Fiji Islands Resort and Yasawa Island Resort.

Bora Bora is one of Tahiti’s most incredible islands, located south of the equator – in the same time zone as Hawaii.

The coral reef protects the beaches here.

The tropical island of Bora Bora is home to several resorts and breathtaking scenery.

 

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