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Here are the top ten articles for the Island Travel Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Palau - Scuba and Snorkeling Paradise
Spectacularly photographic tropical islands with some of the most varied and beautiful dive sites and unique snorkeling opportunities in the world. These are the hallmarks of Palau.
2. List of the Islands of Polynesia
This article lists highlights of the islands that form the island group called Polynesia (one part of Oceania) including New Zealand, the Hawaiian Islands, French Polynesia, Samoa, Tonga, Wallis and Futuna, Nieu, the Cook Islands, American Samoa, Easter Island, Rotuma, Tuvalu, Midway and Tokelau
3. Palau - History, Culture and Nature
Palau may be a scuba diver's paradise, but it also has much more to offer when you're not under water - a wonderful combination of history, culture and nature.
4. All Caribbean Islands - Names and Locations
When most people talk about "the Caribbean" they think of specific islands, like Jamaica or St. Lucia or Barbados. But many don't realize that the Caribbean region actually has over 100 main islands plus thousands of small islets and cays! How many can you name?
5. A to Z U.S. Islands - How Many Are There?
When you think island travel and the U.S., does your mind automatically think only of Hawaii? Then read on and find out the thousands of other island travel opportunities that are part of the U.S.!
6. List of the Islands of Micronesia
This article lists highlights of the islands that form the island group called Micronesia (one part of Oceania in the Pacific Ocean) including Kiribati, Federated States of Micronesia, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Palau, Marshall Islands, Nauru and Wake Island.
7. List of the Islands of Melanesia
This article lists highlights of the islands that form the island group called Melanesia (one part of Oceania in the South Pacific) including New Guinea, Papua New Guinea, Maluku Islands, Solomon Islands, Fiji, New Caledonia, Raja Ampat Islands, Vanuatu, Schouten Islands, and Norfolk Island.
8. Islands in the Aegean Sea
Within the 83,000 square miles of the Aegean Sea, it hosts thousands of islands and islets, less than 100 of which have more than 100 inhabitants. But within those islands they hold thousands of years of history, culture and spectacular natural beauty.
9. Philippine Islands - Southeast Asian Tropics
The Philippine Islands are an archipelago of over 7000 tropical islands on the eastern edge of Southeast Asia, bordering on the Pacific Island groups of Melanesia and Micronesia, boasting almost 23,000 miles of coastline with plenty of beaches to explore.
10. Galapagos - Amazing Wildlife and Geology
Variety is the spice of life, and the Galapagos Islands offer an astounding variety of species of wildlife and terrains in which they live. It's an amazing eco-adventure!
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