If you are planning a trip to exotic destination, but you are still wondering which one to be...
We would like to present you a list of few exotic destinations, which can give you idea for your dreamed holiday.

If you want to enjoy new emotions here are the places which we are highly recommending: 

1. Jamaica

Sunny Jamaica has a lot to offer to every thirsty adventurer. With beautiful cities, fascinating fishing villages, beautiful scenery and rich musical and dance traditions that are a legacy of African culture, the island is one of the most magnificent Caribbean destinations suitable for an unforgettable holiday for every taste. 

Amateurs of underwater adventures will be fascinated by the countless beautiful reefs of the island suitable for diving - a magical place like this is the charming port town of Ocho Rios. The island also enjoys exotic, palm-clad beaches - the most fascinating are Montego Bay and Negril, located in Northwest Jamaica.

2. St. Lucia

St. Lucia is an exotic Caribbean island, part of the small Antilles islands. Situated in volcanic origin, the country houses a chain of 18 volcanic cones and a huge number of craters.

In the past, St. Lucia was under the domination of Spain, and later of France. During the centuries of colonization of the island, its forces compete with England and France. In the end, in 1814, St. Lucia passed under the rule of England. In 1979, the country gained its complete independence and today is one of the most attractive Caribbean destinations blessed with sparkling white beaches and beautiful dense tropical forests. The most fascinating beaches are Pigeon Island Beach, Halcyon Beach and  La Toc Beach.

3. Antigua

Nestled picturesquely at the foothills of the quieted volcanoes of Agua, Fuego and Acanthengo, Antigua Guatemala, or as it is called, La Antigua is a favorite tourist destination and one of the most fascinating cities in the country.

Rich historical heritage, amazing buildings surrounded by colonial architecture, beautiful ruins left over from the past. Antigua was once called Santiago de los Kabaleros and was the capital of Guatemala. Unfortunately, a devastating earthquake, shattering its lands, has led to the destruction of most historic buildings in the city.

However, today in the heart of the charming city is still pulsing the rhythm of the historical past and the active cultural life of the present. The city will captivate you with its numerous churches, museums, fairy tales and green parks. Today it is part of the UNESCO World Heritage List and is one of the most beautiful and interesting tourist destinations in Guatemala.

4.  Bahamas

Kilometers with sparkling white, and in some places pink beaches, perhaps the world's cleanest crystal clear water, moderate temperatures throughout the year and unique Bahamian culture and cuisine.

You may have heard about swimming with dolphins or shark diving, but if you visit the Bahamas, and in particular Big Major Cay, you will see a sight that you will never forget - visitors can swim around with domestic pigs in crystal clear waters.
Nossau is the main city of the Bahamas. It is located on the island of New Providence, which along with the neighboring Great Exuma Island is the starting point for every tourist arriving in the Bahamas.  One of the unique attractions in Nassau is the gardens of Ardastra. Here you can see pink flamingos, other exotic animals, and peacocks and bears. Nassau is the largest city in the Bahamas, so surely there will be something to do there - good nightlife, many shopping opportunities, first class restaurants and impeccable beaches. 

5. Grenada

Located in the Southeast Caribbean Sea, north of Trinidad and Tobago and south of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Grenada covers the southern part of the Grenadin Archipelago. The island's country ranks second in the world among the smallest independent states, right after St. Kitts and Nevis.

Grenada is covered with lush greenery, which during the hot summer months is well enough to keep its freshness until the next rainy season. This makes the island a very splendid place, as the vegetation covers and gives exotic flavor to the rounded hills and picturesque bays. The beaches are white and the sea waters azure, with shallow coral reefs in the shallows. The sea water is quite warm, with temperatures reaching about 27 - 28 degrees during most of the year, during the summer months and more.

Grenada in an extremely popular tourist destination that attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists, mostly from Europe and the United States. What drives people to come here is the sun and the high temperatures. The picturesque capital of St George, the largest of the archipelago, is home to the same island of Grenada, with a large portion of the local population. 

6. Barbados

Barbados is one of the most beautiful pearls of the Caribbean. The island is located on the border between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean and is one of the most attractive destinations for a heavenly exotic holiday.

Barbados is famous for its amazing white beaches, crystal clear turquoise water and plenty of water sports. Surfing is one of the most popular on the island. If you love the more lively and active holiday, head to the west coast-there is a colorful palette of hotels, all kinds of restaurants, pubs and nightclubs, as well as an abundance of duty-free shops.

The eastern side is a great choice for those of you who want to enjoy a relaxing romantic exotic feeling. If you already dream of spending your next summer break in Barbados, keep in mind that the rainy season on the island is June to December.