Next New Places to Go Now
ISLANDS has scoured the globe to find the next new emerging destinations. What the editors and contributors have come up with are some ultra-cool travel ideas for 2006. Don't walk, run to your nearest booking source.
If you like a good legend, this Malaysian island has plenty to tell.
By Joe Yogerst
Recharge for the new year with yoga and kayaking on this Brazilian outpost.
By Dana Kennedy
Live with Papua New Guinea tribespeople in their village on Cape Nelson.
By Michele Westmoreland
Jump into the Caribbean Sea and snorkel your days away beneath the Pitons.
By Joan Tapper
Dig into the best Chinese takeout this side of Taiwan.
By Catherine Arnold
Tierra del Fuego
Follow your dreams to the southern edge of the world.
By Ty Sawyer
Sample the pamplemousse and hike Mont Duff on an undiscovered Tahitian gem.
By Ty Sawyer
Seventy percent of the Earth's surface is water, and now it's fair game for hoteliers.
By Megan Padilla
South Seas Salvation
On Aitutaki you'll find paradise, plus pure salvation and escape from modern-day concerns. Learn the hura, wave back to the locals and get castaway on One Foot Island.
By Don George, Photographs by Geoffrey Ragatz
A Caribbean Hot Spot
The "It" island is Antigua. Kick back with a Wadadli beer in Nelson's Dockyard, then spend moonlit nights beneath Egyptian cotton sheets on the bluffs.
By Toni Perrottet, Photographs by Theo Westenberger
We found the most scenic, and retro, way to get to the Bahamas.
Drink moonshine rum on the Day of the Innocents.
By the Numbers
A Kauai hideaway, Eleuthera's Pineapple Fields, and a fort-night in Mauritius.
Spice up the holidays with a trip to the South Pole or Christmas Island.
The scenery on these World War II cruises will inspire you.
What's black and white and dips in the arctic waters?
A Hawaii Experiment
Make rainbows and create craters undersea.
Dance your way son-style around the Dominican Reublic.
By Fe Liza Bencosme
A Turkish Mystery
Sail to the island of the albino queen and kayak to Cleopatra's baths.
By Gayle Keck
An Island Gig
We ask one of the most traveled men in the world where to go next.
By Viju Mathew