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If you want to get off the beaten path and escape civilization, any one of these remote islands is sure to do the trick.
Ulong Island, Palau
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Ulong Island in Palau is so remote, it was the site for the tenth season of the reality TV series “Survivor,” renowned as one of the world’s most spectacular diving and snorkeling destinations as well as for its idyllic beaches.
Los Roques, Venezuela
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This magnificent Venezuelan archipelago national park in Venezuela has no high rises – only endless stretches of pristine sands surrounded by crystal clear waters that are the home to 280 species of fish and nearly 100 different bird species.
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There are no mega resorts here. Things move at a slower pace on Guadeloupe, with golden sands, turquoise seas and a lush interior home to waterfalls that gently plunge into soothing, picture-perfect pools, serving as the ultimate tropical playground.
Lord Howe Island, Australia
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This unspoiled, remote island in the Tasman Sea between Australia and New Zealand, is practically untouched by humans – only 400 tourists allowed to visit each year.
Cat Island, Bahamas
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Every inch of Cat Island, the least visited and arguably the most beautiful of Bahamas’ Out Islands, is perfect for those seeking solitude and tranquility.
Fernando de Noronha, Brazil
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This eco-wonderland is the ultimate beach lovers’ paradise, surrounded by warm, pristine cerulean waters teeming with colorful fish, dolphins and sea turtles. Just 420 tourists are allowed on the island at any given time.