Whether it goes down to places, experiences or people, I have always disliked the idea of comparisons. The only way in which I can accept it is by using it in mathematics, literature or computer science. How many of you were embarrassed when your parents asked you how your other colleagues did in the test? I did not understand what difference it made for them if I did better than others or worse. We had different backgrounds and different hobbies. So if my favourite class is geography, you cannot compare my math grades to someone’s whose favourite class is maths or the other way around. Also, you cannot compare a trip to Italy to one in Sri Lanka, because they are part of different cultures. I think you’ve got my point now. And that is why I think that you cannot really make objective top 10’s of sites that you can visit, experiences you can have or places that you can stay in, unless the person that created the top likes exactly the same things that you do. Which happens seldom.
So, instead of top 10 beaches I will create a review based on my experience and you can figure out if you like it or not. Bare in mind that I have only visited three islands from the 115, so there’s still a lot to discover, even on the islands that I have been to.
The first island that I recommend for all the beach lovers out there is La Digue. It has one of the most beautiful, pristine beaches that I have ever seen and is surrounded by the most intense, turquoise water.