Best Islands in the World (in Photos)
In this time of restricted travel, wanderlust is at a peak. We're about to make it worse by sharing stunning Instagram photos of the world's best islands, as voted by Conde Nast Traveler, Travel & Leisure, U.S. News & World Report and, of course, our editors at Far & Wide.
Take a peek, and you'll quickly see why they are the best ... and maybe you can even start planning 2021 travel, ya know, whenever borders reopen.
This beats a walk in the park.
Pretty in pink.
Even sunsets share the love for Bali.
Bermuda's beaches are famously pink.
This is why we all have exotic dreams about visiting Bora Bora.
Country: French Polynesia
When the sea and sky match in color, you've certainly found paradise. Or Boracay Island.
British Virgin Islands
Blue as far as the eye can see!
Country: British Virgin Islands
Cape Breton Island
Not all islands are tropical.
Cebu & Visayan Islands
We're head over heels for Crete, too.
Even nights in Fiji sparkle.
What makes the Galapagos Islands so beautiful is its untouched abundance of wild animals, flora and fauna.
Hilton Head Island
The sleepy South.
State: North Carolina
Hvar & Dalmatian Islands
Hvar screams charming.
Mediterranean castle to the sky.
Isle of Skye
Talisker Beach is no longer hidden.
Fancy a swim?
Once in a blue moon a shot like this is captured.
State: South Carolina
This cocoon is the perfect perch for social distancing.
Take a helicopter tour to get the best views of Kaua'i.
Fly like an eagle.
Is there a single person on Earth who wouldn't want to stay at the Soneva Jani in Noonu Atoll?
Photographer: Simply Maldives
You can see 10 waterfalls if you follow the Road to Hana.
With the Indian Ocean crystal-clear, this luxurious island consistently lands in "best of" lists.
Enjoy your tea overlooking the giant lily pads at the Ma Doo Bua cafe.
Is it real, or did James Cameron's film team design this for the "Avatar" sequel?
They say there is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
Country: St. Barthelemy
St. Simons & Little St Simons
This is why they call them the Golden Isles.
San Andres & Providencia
There are plenty of fish in the sea.
You might not find seashells in Seychelles, but you will see boulders that look like prehistoric animals.
Turks & Caicos
No Photoshop! The beaches of Providenciales really are this white, and the ocean really is that turquoise.
Country: Turks & Caicos
Whitsunday Islands look like they're straight out of a painting!