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As part of its Travelers' Choice awards, the site ranked island destinations around the world based on hotel, restaurant and attraction reviews left by visitors.
10. Fernando de Noronha, Brazil
This UNESCO World Heritage site is one of the best diving spots in the world. Its protected status means that only very few people get to visit the island every year but those who do are treated to undisturbed beaches and surrounding waters filled with dolphin pods and sea turtles.
9. Bora Bora, French Polynesia
Most come to Bora Bora in search of luxury and excellent diving. With stunning white beaches and a volcanic interior, the island is the perfect setting for a romantic trip for two.
8. Phuket, Thailand
As Thailand's largest island, Phuket provides the whole package including fine white sand beaches, scores of diving opportunities and plenty of places to eat out.
It may be known for its stunning beaches and deep blue lagoons, but Mauritius also has an active side. The island's interior is a dormant volcano, with endless hiking opportunities through its lush green rainforests.
6. Majorca, Spain
This well-known Balearic island is unwaiveringly popular, and for good reason. Its beaches get great spring sun and, to top it all off, it has plethora of restaurants, bars and shops to keep visitors well entertained.