The most luxurious of all types .. Special islands for you and your "heart"!
Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) - A colorful and colorful marine life, pure crystal water, tall green palm trees and bright tropical birds. This is the ideal life scene in the mind of the majority of people around the world: And a light sea breeze on a distant island! But, what if this island, also a private island? In fact, your vacation will be like a royal vacation that does not look like one! Away from the Maldives and its own island resorts, there are many other destinations around the world that offer exclusive and exclusive island resorts to its visitors from Indonesia to Cambodia and Tasmania. Here's a list of exclusive islands: Amanabulu Island is one of the most luxurious in the Philippines, with its own helipad. Rooms overlook a green forest or complete beachfront views, and all feature private pools, two restaurants and personalized chefs. The Fiji Turtle Islands, run by the Evanson family since 1980, are characterized by their sporting activities and Fiji's cultural activities. - Simpedak Island, which is miles away from civilization, is hard to reach, but the trip is one of the most exclusive. The resort is characterized by independent villas in the shape of a tent. - The Solomon Islands are called "the last paradise on Earth," beyond the beauty of nature. It is located in the heart of the island, Tavaniupo Resort, which can be accessed via private jet. - The Indonesian archipelago includes dozens of private islands, but the island of Nihi is distinguished among them, as the resort extends across the island of Sumba inhabited by the original Sumapanyans. The resort offers many activities such as horseback riding, scuba diving and windsurfing. - Biknick Island Resort has only five cabins, all for 10 people on the island at the same time, providing an exclusive experience for island visitors with its luxurious services and scenic views. - Reservations at the resort island of Bayua include all services, including meals, spa sessions, yoga, pilates, laundry, water sports, diving and alcohol.