Islands live in our dreams and myths. They represent a place to leave your worries, cares, and in some cases, your whole identity behind. We here at Trover have ventured into the seven seas to find you the most beautiful islands to visit and find out the real meaning of island time.
Providenciales, Turks and Caicos
With sugar sand beaches in Grace Bay and craggy Chalk Sound, there are endless opportunities to snorkel, scuba, sail, and paddle board on this exceptionally beautiful island.
Photo by Rebecca Pattee.
In addition to some of the most gorgeous beaches in the world, you can play hide and seek in a bamboo forest or drive the road to Hana with towns that still run on old fashioned Hawaiian time.
Photo by Waterlogged Travels.
This tropical paradise offers diving in the second largest coral reef in the world along with land adventures such as horseback riding on the beach.
Photo by Krassi Hristova.
The iconic images of Santorini’s white washed houses set on cliffs high above volcanic ash beaches promise relaxation. Wander the beaches, stroll through charming Greek villages, and learn about the history of Greece through archeology sites..
Photo by Joey Tristan.
Ko Tao, Thailand
Less developed than Ko Samui, Ko Tao is popular with 20-something backpackers.
Photo by Serendipity Tess.
Hike above the clouds in the morning on one of the many great hiking trails and enjoy a glass of the sweet wine in the afternoon.
Photo by Phototravel360.
Pristine beaches, amazing scuba diving, and a rich cultural heritage make Bali a fantastic island to explore.
Photo by Jewelzee.
This luxury travel destination was once home to the humble Dodo bird, now extinct.
Photo by Christy Woodrow.
Part of French Polynesia, this beautiful island with flourishing coral reefs and beautiful beaches also offers world class French cuisine.
Photo by Herbert Nikus.
Fernando di Noronha, Brazil
A UNESCO World Heritage site due to its unique environment, this island located 220 miles off of the coast of Brazil offers amazing flora and fauna to a select few.
Photo by Claudia Macambira.