The Top 7 Tropical Vacations Destinations

Whether you are an experienced traveler or brand new to the world of tropical vacations, choosing the right spot depends on any number of interests, enjoyments and activities. You will want to take into consideration the location, accommodations and various types of amenities available on all the vacations available. You will also want to think over the food and entertainment at each tropic paradise.

The Maldives, Hawaii, Jamaica, Zanzibar, Seychelles, St. Lucia, and French Polynesia are amongst the most popular in the world. Here are some things to consider about all seven tropical vacations to help you narrow down your choices. For the Maldives, Hawaii, Jamaica, and Zanzibar, you have four very different tropical vacations to consider. The Maldives is located in Southeast Asia and offer crystal blue waters and powdery white sand. Snorkeling, scuba diving, water skiing, sailing, and fishing are also great attractions in the Maldives.

Hawaii provides all the comforts and conveniences that the United States is well known for. Then there is the surfing which is among the best in the world. Jamaica is popular with families and the people are very friendly. Jet skiing, scuba diving, rafting and parasailing can also be enjoyed in Jamaica. Finally, Zanzibar, in East Africa is an exotic location with beautiful palm tree beaches and diverse coral reefs. Zanzibar also offers diverse wildlife and a wild African safari.

The other three great destinations include the Seychelles, St. Lucia and French Polynesia. The Seychelles Islands are actually made up of 115 scattered islands throughout the Indian Ocean but the three main islands are Praslin, La Digue and Mahe. St. Lucia, situated between the Atlantic and Caribbean, is known for its ability to please the more selective traveler. Finally, French Polynesia in the South Pacific, has an amazing geography and exotic appeal. Choose from any of these seven tropical vacations and you will be certain to have the experience of a lifetime.



Source by Nimrod Saar