We always want to explore big places and things in life and while exploring that, we miss the beauty in small places. Small places are few; but yet are a must visit as well. Here are ten such places where you should go at least once.
It is also known as “The Island of Spice”. It is located in the Northwest of Trinidad and Tobagao. It is a popular tourist destination and it is also the largest producer of nutmeg and mace crops. Here, you will find French influenced architecture and art all around with cricket as a popular sport.
It is another small island country located in the Mediterranean Sea. Gozo, Comino and Malta, all together make up the Republic of this island. Many tourists come here because of its sunny weather, beaches and of the nightlife that makes the people come alive.
It is a very popular tourist destination, though it is small in area and population. It is located in the Indian Ocean and is the smallest country in Asia. It has an amazing environment for tourist and this is their business economy due to its famous white sand beaches and crystal blue waters.
These two islands are known as “The Mother Colony of The West Indies” located in the Caribbean. It runs its expenditures from tourism, agriculture and small manufacturing industries. Since there is plenty of water all around, there are many diving spots as well.
It is commonly known as “The Ellice Islands” and is located in the Pacific Ocean, West of Australia. It is not an easy place to go in there and tourism is less common here. Less than 2,000 visitors come here with mostly for business purpose. Here, there are 10,000 inhabitants with 8 km of roads with only 1 hospital.
It is the smallest island country in the world. It is located on the East Coast of Australia. It is now a quiet island not famous for tourist attraction, but once it was known in the 1980s for a booming phosphate mining. It’s also the home of type 2 diabetes with 40% are suffering from this.
It is one of the world’s most famous kite surfing spots. Besides these, there are beautiful beaches and cliffs as well for you to explore. Its hilly interior has romantic sunset spots abounding.
It is also called Ile Aux Nattes. It is now a peaceful place as before this place was haunted by pirates and marauders. It is separated from nearby Ile Saint Marie by a perfectly blue channel of 100 yards across.
This Dutch Caribbean island is not much popular, but once you get here you will get a beautiful place to stay, calm and peaceful. It is close to the St. Maarten.
Here, on this island, you will find endless and adventures, stunning lagoons and warm tropical days. This island has everything, from surf to safaris, from waterfalls to wake-boarding, pampering to paddle boarding, nightlife to night-markets. It has a very chilling environment, but not that much. It has been a 45 minutes flight from Rarotonga to Aitutaki for the blue lagoons ever seen.
These small islands are paradise on earth. These gateways are a perfect place for a short vacation.