Quiz: Which Overwater Bungalow is Right for You?

Should you go to Tahiti, the Maldives or the Caribbean? Take our quiz to find out.

September 19, 2017

With overwater bungalows in Tahiti, the Maldives and now the Caribbean, it’s hard to choose the perfect overwater bungalow for your trip. Take our quiz below to discover which overwater bungalow is right for you.

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St. Regis Bora Bora, Tahiti Jon Whittle

You Should Go to Tahiti:

Whether you’re planning a honeymoon or bringing along the whole family, the Islands of Tahiti are the perfect spot for you. Just about an 8-hour flight from Los Angeles, you don’t have to spend too much vacation time to get to paradise. Most overwater bungalows here come with a view of lush scenery (like Mount Otemanu on Bora Bora). The Islands of Tahiti are some of the world’s best for snorkeling: the colorful coral gardens attract butterfly fish, turtles and manta rays, to name a few. Bonus: grab a snorkel and dive right in from the deck of your bungalow.

Soneva Jani, Maldives | overwater bungalow
Soneva Jani in the Maldives Courtesy Soneva Jani

You Should Go to the Maldives:

Since you’re planning such a long vacation, you won’t mind the trek across the globe to this archipelago in the Indian Ocean. The luxurious overwater bungalows here boast private plunge pools (some even feature water slides into the ocean!), plus personal butler service. Some properties also offer dining packages if you’d rather not think about paying for meals. Honeymoons are the main draw in the Maldives, but the destination is also perfect for girlfriend getaways and mancations.

Sandals Royal Caribbean in Montego Bay, Jamaica Courtesy Sandals Royal Caribbean, Montego Bay

You Should Go to the Caribbean:

You don’t want to spend your precious vacation days in transit to a far-flung destination. Get right to the action and hop a direct flight to the Caribbean to find the bungalow of your dreams. Even better — everything’s included at the new Sandals overwater bungalows in Jamaica and St. Lucia, so you won’t have to worry about unforeseen expenses. The resorts are for couples only, so they’re the perfect place to bring your one and only.


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