Isla Holbox: This island off the Yucatan Peninsula may be tiny, but it’s slowly gaining traction. The entire island is essentially one unnamed beach, with hotels lining the sand, and has been called the next Tulum for a good reason: nothing is fast-paced here.
Who doesn't love a beautiful beach? Here at Oyster.com, hitting the sand isn't just something we daydream about as we are bundled in puffy jackets or huddled for warmth on subway platforms (though we do spend a lot of time conjuring up images of warm rays and rolling surf during winter). For us, it's a year-round affliction. Lucky for everyone, there are more beaches than days of the year, meaning we can get our sand and sun fix and keep that sun-kissed skin glowing throughout all 12 months…
Bali is a super budget-friendly destination, so it’s pretty easy to visit the island and not have to worry about breaking the bank. Though often overrun with tourists, Bali is still surprisingly affordable if you know where to look. I would estimate $50 a day is a good estimation of budget to travel very comfortably around Bali. Here are my tips to travel Bali on a budget!
Vietnam: Apart from the dense inland forests the coast of Phu Quoc has long stretches of white sandy beaches and translucent water. The beauty continues under the water in the surrounding coral reefs. The 99 Peaks mountain range covered with unique plants, trees, waterfalls and inhabited by seldom seen indigenous animals are the best place to see the island from.