Just off the east coast of Malaysian Borneo lies this pristine island, a paradise for divers and nature lovers.
Swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, turtles, blue sea, white sand, hospitable people, Zakynthos...
It's noted for its unique fauna and geology and it's part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Discovered in 1770 by captain James Cook, the island was named in the honor of the prehistoric inhabitants, the one meter long Monitor Lizard.
It has great beaches, nice people, and safe streets, with prices comparable to other Mexican tourist destinations.
Eight kilometers of beautiful sandy beaches, palm trees and a promenade with colorful flowers.
The largest of the Cayman Islands, with a unique natural beauty and rich flora and fauna.
Byron Bay is famed worldwide for its surfing beaches, scuba diving, whale watching, rural beauty and a laid back lifestyle.