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3 isolated islands to visit at least once in your life

Isolated Islands Holiday, Con Dao Islands, Vietnam, Crystal clear waters

Adore the idyllic, wildlife scenery, still untouched by the builders, then you should visit these three isolated islands. Here Nature followed its course, and the islands are surrounded by wild forests and wildlife. They are perfect destinations for lovers of water sports, but also for those who love adventures.

Con Dao Islands

Not far from Vietnam, there are Con Dao islands. In the old days, there was a colony of Indochina detainees. Today, the 16 islands are part of the Con Dao National Park, a true green paradise, where tourists can admire numerous species of sea cows, dolphins, tortoises, and there are spectacular coral reefs.

This is the perfect destination for adventure enthusiasts. Those who want a quiet holiday destination but enjoy extreme sports will find here numerous bays with perfect rocks for hiking and climbing, as well as vast and deserted beaches.

Tetepare Island

Tetepare Island is part of the Solomon Islands and is the largest uninhabited island in the South Pacific Ocean. The uneven terrain is covered with tropical forests and coral reefs, where you can admire a lot of stunning creatures. It is the ideal destination for scuba diving and snorkeling enthusiasts.

The Orkney Islands

Closer to Europe, in northeastern Scotland, is Orkeni, an archipelago of 70 islands. 20 of them are inhabited, the rest being wild. In the past, the Orkney Islands were the property of the Order of the Knights Templar. Here you can enjoy Scotland idyllic scenery and admire seals, whales, dolphins, penguins and many other wild animals. It is the perfect destination for nature lovers.