Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts
Martha’s Vineyard sits in the Atlantic just south of Cape Cod. It hosts harbor towns and lighthouses, sandy beaches and farmland. It’s accessible only by boat or air where you’ll find wind-swept dunes, sailboats in the harbors that makes for a calming and serene environment.
Maui is an island in the Central Pacific, part of the Hawaiian islands and it is just a sight to behold with volcanoes, waterfalls, black sand beaches, tropical jungles, and the jade-blue ocean, it makes for a exploratory but relaxing locale.
Chincoteague Island, Virginia
Chincoteague is a town on the island in Virginia’s eastern shore region. It houses a wildlife refuge, beaches and wild ponies which gives a feel of being untouched. The wild horses can be found wandering the shores of this barrier island which makes for a fun sight for young or old.
Mackinac Island, Michigan
Mackinac Island sits in Lake Huron, between Michigan’s upper and lower peninsulas. You get around the island either through bikes or horse drawn carriages as there are no cars. The island is filled with trails, woods and limestone rock formations.
Mt. Desert Island, Maine
Mount Desert Island, in Hancock County, Maine, is the largest island off the coast of Maine. You can hike and enjoy the stunning nature or go grab some fresh Maine lobster. It’s a quaint seaside town with lots to offer.
Sanibel and Captiva, Florida
Sanibel and Captiva, both islands located in Florida are hidden treasures that give a feel as though you are in the Caribbean. With regular houses, no high rises, but family owned shops and restaurants, it gives you the feel as though you are no longer in the U.S. It is also an ideal spot for collecting shells and watching breathtaking sunsets.