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World's No.6th Beach - Pulau Perhentian Kecil, Malaysia

World's No.6th Beach - Pulau Perhentian Kecil, Malaysia

Dugi Otok in Croatia #holiday in Croatia # Adriatic sea #Dalmation coast # Croatian coast #Kornati

Dugi Otok in Croatia #holiday in Croatia # Adriatic sea #Dalmation coast # Croatian coast #Kornati

Time to take a walk... Musha Cay, Bahamas

Time to take a walk... Musha Cay, Bahamas

Playa de las Estrellas, Bocas del Toro, Panama

Playa de las Estrellas, Bocas del Toro, Panama

Mnemba Fasten, Tanzania

Mnemba Fasten, Tanzania

Boracay, Phillipines

Boracay, Phillipines

Ibo Island, Mozambique  The 32 coral islands of the Quirimbas Archipelago—which have been proposed as a UNESCO World Heritage site for biodiversity and cultural harmony—beckon with mangrove forests and sandbank beaches. Sparkling turquoise waters filled with marine life are superb for shipwreck snorkeling and deep-sea diving.   jane@worldtravelspecialists.biz

Ibo Island, Mozambique The 32 coral islands of the Quirimbas Archipelago—which have been proposed as a UNESCO World Heritage site for biodiversity and cultural harmony—beckon with mangrove forests and sandbank beaches. Sparkling turquoise waters filled with marine life are superb for shipwreck snorkeling and deep-sea diving. jane@worldtravelspecialists.biz

Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam  The largest island in the Gulf of Thailand, Phu Quoc is nearer to Cambodia than mainland Vietnam. As a result, there is a sizable military force in this still underdeveloped tourist destination of less than 100,000 residents, known for uncluttered beaches and the country’s best fish sauce—a key Vietnamese ingredient.   jane@worldtravelspecialists.biz

Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam The largest island in the Gulf of Thailand, Phu Quoc is nearer to Cambodia than mainland Vietnam. As a result, there is a sizable military force in this still underdeveloped tourist destination of less than 100,000 residents, known for uncluttered beaches and the country’s best fish sauce—a key Vietnamese ingredient. jane@worldtravelspecialists.biz

Salema, Portugal  Salema is a small fishing village known for its gentle Atlantic shore break on a wide beach between two steep cliffs. While much of Portugal’s scenic Algarve Coast has been engulfed by new high-rises and resorts, Salema remains admirably authentic, with one main street, white stucco houses, an outdoor market providing staples for picnics, and just a dozen places to eat and drink  jane@worldtravelspecialists.biz

Salema, Portugal Salema is a small fishing village known for its gentle Atlantic shore break on a wide beach between two steep cliffs. While much of Portugal’s scenic Algarve Coast has been engulfed by new high-rises and resorts, Salema remains admirably authentic, with one main street, white stucco houses, an outdoor market providing staples for picnics, and just a dozen places to eat and drink jane@worldtravelspecialists.biz

Panglao Island, Phillipines  An hour-long flight from Manila to Bohol Island followed by a 25-minute drive across a 19th-century causeway brings you to this secluded Central Visayas isle,  jane@worldtravelspecialists.biz

Panglao Island, Phillipines An hour-long flight from Manila to Bohol Island followed by a 25-minute drive across a 19th-century causeway brings you to this secluded Central Visayas isle, jane@worldtravelspecialists.biz