5 Hidden Island in the World

5 Hidden Island in the World - Now World Charm will discuss about the new longer, about what? Hidden Island about 5 in the world, many of which may be hidden, but World Charm just the select few world charm deem more beautiful and attractive again, let the World see the Charm in the current season. Please see!

1. Azores Island (Portugal)

Consisting of nine islands, the Azores divided into three groups: the eastern (Sao Miguel and Santa Maria islands), the central (Terceira, Graciosa, Sao Jorge, Pico and Faial islands), and the western (Flores and Corvo islands). Apart from international airports of Santa Maria, Ponta Delgada and Angra do Heroismo, there are flights to the islands (operated by the regional airline TAP Air Portugal) and ferry boats between the islands.

Even the blase visitor will be touched by the sapphire blue and emerald green lakes, fertile prairies, volcanic cones and craters, colorful hydrangeas and azaleas, 15th century churches and majestic manor houses. This legendary land, consisting of nine poetically-named islands, enjoys year-round mild temperatures (between 14°C and 22°C–57°F and 71°F) and is a peaceful shelter with a population of 250000 inhabitants, for whom the words “stress” and “pollution” are not part of their vocabulary.

There are many stories to tell of the archipelago’s beauty, of fishermen or shepherds, but amongst them there is one which was told by a holidaymaker. As a foreign couple was silently looking at the Caldeira das Sete Cidades, they were interrupted by their six-year-old son, who asked them: “Is this God’s home?”.

2. San Andreas (Kolombia)

San Andrés is a coral island in the Caribbean Sea. Told to England, Historically and politically part of Colombia, San Andrés and the nearby islands of Providencia and Santa Catalina form the department of San Andrés, Providencia and Santa Catalina. San Andrés, in the southern group of islands, is the largest of the department. The official languages of the department are Spanish, English, and Creole.

While San Andrés is located 50 km (31 mi) south of Providencia, the Colombian archipelago is approximately 230 km (140 mi) east of Nicaragua and about 750 kilometres (470 mi) north of the Colombian mainland. This archipelago encompasses a total area of 57 km2 (22 sq mi), including the outer cays, atolls, reefs and sand banks, with the area of the islands being 45 km2 (17 sq mi). In 2000, it was declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, named "Seaflower Biosphere Reserve", which not only includes the islands but also about 10% of the Caribbean Sea, amounting to a vast marine area of 300,000 square kilometers (120,000 sq mi). The purpose of this declaration is to ensure that the ecosystem, which is rich in biodiversity, is well preserved and conserved.

The Department's capital is located on the northern end of the island. Named San Andrés but nicknamed El Centro, it is the Department's main urban center. Along the 30 km (19 mi) road that circles the island there are many picturesque beaches, coral reefs, cays, coves, and geysers. Also of note are La Loma, the town of San Andrés, the Baptist Church, Seaquarium, the large pond of La Laguna, and a freshwater lake amidst the mangrove forests. There are coconut palm plantations, lush pastures, and tall native trees reaching 20 meters (66 ft). Surrounded by the warm Caribbean Sea, all of these features have made the island an "exotic holiday destination".

3. Pantai Liukang Loe (Tanjung Bira, Sulawesi Selatang, INDONESIA)

Liukang Loe island is a small island located to the West of Tanjung Bira, Bulukumba Regency, South Sulawesi province. Liukang Loe beach visitors not with visitor's bodyguard in Tanjung Bira.

The name supposedly comes from the Loe Liukang Language Konjo. Liukang meaning black wood and Loe means a lot. So Island Liukang Loe means an island that has a lot of dark wood. The island is inhabited and in it there are two villages namely Kampung Buntutuleng and Passilohe.

The island has a beach with Loe Liukang stretch of white-sand and sea water is blue waters. A group of green trees was also decorate the shore.

4. Lord Howe Island (Australia)

Lord Howe Island (/ˈhaʊ/, local /ˈhæɔː/; formerly Lord Howe's Island) is an irregularly crescent-shaped volcanic remnant in the Tasman Sea between Australia and New Zealand, 600 kilometres (370 mi) directly east of mainland Port Macquarie, and about 900 kilometres (560 mi) from Norfolk Island. It is about 10 km long and between 2.0 km and 0.3 km wide with an area of 14.55 km2, "of which only 398 hectares is in the lowland settled area".Along the west coast there is a sandy semi-enclosed sheltered coral reef lagoon. Most of the population lives in the north, while the south is dominated by forested hills rising to the highest point on the island, Mount Gower (875 m or 2,871 ft).The Lord Howe Island Group comprises 28 islands, islets and rocks. Apart from Lord Howe Island itself the most notable of these is the volcanic and uninhabited Ball's Pyramid about 23 kilometres (14 mi) to the south-east of Howe. To the north there is the Admiralty Group, a cluster of seven small uninhabited islands.

The first reported sighting of Lord Howe Island was on 17 February 1788 when Lieutenant Henry Lidgbird Ball, commander of the Armed Tender HMS Supply was on its way from Botany Bay to found a penal settlement on Norfolk Island.On the return journey Ball sent a party ashore on Lord Howe Island to claim it as a British possession.It subsequently became a provisioning port for the whaling industry,and was permanently settled in June 1834. When whaling declined, the worldwide export of the endemic kentia palms began in the 1880s,which remains a key component of the Island's economy. The other continuing industry, tourism, began after World War II.

The Lord Howe Island Group is part of the state of New South Wales[14] that, for legal purposes, is regarded as an unincorporated area administered by the Lord Howe Island Board which reports to the New South Wales Minister for Environment and Heritage.The island's standard time zone is UTC+10:30, or UTC+11 when daylight saving time applies.The currency is the Australian dollar. Commuter airlines are linked to Sydney, Brisbane, Port Macquarie and Norfolk Island.

The Lord Howe Island Group is recorded by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site of global natural significance.Most of the island is virtually untouched forest with many of the plants and animals found nowhere else in the world. Other natural attractions include the diversity of its landscapes, the variety of upper mantle and oceanic basalts, the world's southernmost barrier coral reef, nesting seabirds, and its rich historical and cultural heritage. The Lord Howe Island Act of 1981 established a "Permanent Park Preserve" (covering about 70 per cent of the island). The surrounding waters are a protected region designated the Lord Howe Island Marine Park.

5. Ibo Island (Mozambique)

IBO is one of the Quirimbas Islands in the Indian Ocean off northern Mozambique. It is part of Cabo Delgado Province. It grew as a Muslim trading port. Vasco da Gama reportedly rested on the island in 1502. The island was 650 in 1609 by the Portuguese.

In the late eighteenth century, the Portuguese colonialists built the Fort of São João, which still survives, and the town, as a slave port, became the second most important in the region after Mozambique Island. The island is now a far quieter place, known for its silversmiths.

IBO forms part of the Quirimbas National Park and is linked by dhows to the mainland at Tandanhangue.
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