Exotic African islands
Exotic African islands in the Indian Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean. When you make an association with African vacation, most people probably imagine safari, jungle or transition jeep in the desert. For those who prefer exotic islands, Africa provides numerous opportunities, with a variety of natural attractions, culture and tourist attractions.
Sao Tome is the largest island of Sao Tome and Principe. This is a republic in the Gulf of Guinea, off the coast of Central Africa. She is a former Portuguese colony. The equatorial climate of the island makes it particularly suitable for winter holidays. Since it is not so popular among tourists, here you can
enjoy hours on the beach to scuba diving or snorkeling, exploring the small fishing villages and try the local cuisine. Here you can visit a chocolate factory and try one of the best coffees in the world.
Sal Cape Verde. Sal is the most popular island of Cape Verde, which is an archipelago of 10 islands and is located in the central Atlantic. The island’s name means “salt” in Portuguese and is derived from the beautiful sandy beaches with fine sand. Main town is Santa Maria, where you can find restaurants, bars and nightlife.
Moheli Comoros. Moheli island, or Mwali Comoros, is the smallest of the three African islands that form the Comoros. It was wild and almost untouched by civilization, and it is a national park Moheli, where you can dive with snorkel to watch t
he colorful coral reefs underwater Indian Ocean. The islands are located between the coast of Africa and Madagascar, and Moheli you can see in their natural environment, sea turtles, dolphins and whales.
Nosy Be Madagascar. The small island Nosy Be part of Madagascar is located off the coast in the north.
It is probably the most popular Madagascar destination among tourists who come here at any time of year.
Although the beaches on the island do not look so exotic as those of most of the islands in the Indian Ocean, they earn points regarding the peace and spokoytvieto a
nd also offer turquoise waters and delicious local cuisine.
Djerba Tunisia. Djerba is the largest island in North Africa and is located near the coast of Tunisia. He has incredibly beautiful sandy beaches and fabulous scenery.
You can stroll and enjoy the tranquility away from the modern bustle, but you can also learn more about the culture of the Berbers. The island is one of the few places in Tunisia, which still speak the Berber language.