Luxury Islands that are affordable to any traveler.


Did you ever think about travel on a luxury affordable island? For most people, luxury island is so expensive that we can not afford. But, today I will about those luxury island that we can afford.


Almost everyone want to have a experience to spend in a luxury islands. If they are tiered of working and life, they can spend a relaxing period on their island. However, for me or for most people, if we was in past, we would never imagine that I can afford on a luxury island. We always think about that spending on a island is just a dream, we only can look through a number of pictures on the website, but now, there is a reason to believe that living on a luxury island is not just a dream but has been come true.

Recently, Samujana Retreats and Residences has been assessed as the world’s top 10 luxury islands. And the prices of the journey such as from meals to beers to adventure excursions, are lower than we we can ever imagined. Guys, pack up your yachts, we are moving to the tropics and it almost will be a super long vacation.

  Vanua Levu, Fiji

Average price of a beer: $1

Coron, Philippines
Starting price for an island-hopping tour: $15

Langkawi, Malaysia
Average price of a hotel room: $27/night

Roatán, Honduras
Starting price for a shipwreck dive tour: $50

Koh Samui, Thailand
Average price of hotel room: $20/night

Isla Mujeres, Mexico
Average price of a beer: $1.50

Caye Caulker, Belize
Average price of three meals/day: $15

Aitutaki, Cook Islands
Average price of a beer: $3

Bocas Del Toro, Panama
Starting price for a caving tour: $45

Marco Island, Florida
Average price of a beer: $2

If you want to find a detailed breakdown of your expense during spending on islands, check out Sumanjana’s infographic below.


  Population Language Currency


14,500 Spanish, English Mexican Peso(MXN)


63,000 Thai Thai Baht(THB)


17,000 English US Dollar(USD)


13,218 English, Maori Zealand Dollar(NZD)


42,941 English, Cuyunon Philippine Peso(PHP)


125,461 English, Spanish Panamanian


1,300 English Belize Dollar(BZD)
ROATAN 50,000 English, Spanish Honduran Lempira(HML), USD


64,792 Bahasa, Malaysia, English Malaysian Ringgit (MYR)


130,000 English, Fijian, Fiji-Hindi Fijian Dollar(FJD)

These are some common and helpful knowledge about those luxury islands,such as population, language and currency. If you want to travel to some of them, you can base on these and be for reference. There are some another important parts you should know before you decide where you go.


MARCO ISLAND Dolphin watching, water sports, bird watching
CORON Dive and snorkeling spots, pristine white beaches, island hopping
ISLA MUJERES Coral reef snorkeling and scuba diving, sea turtle viewing
CAYE CAULKER Snorkeling and diving adventures, reggae vibe
KOH SAMUI Elephant trekking, snorkeling, kayaking, spa
VANUA LEVU Diving and snorkeling, rainforest hikes, coconut plantations, hot springs
LANGKAWI Sailing, Southeast Asia’s first UNESCO World Geopark, mangrove safari, island hopping, bird watching
ROATAN Coral reef diving and snorkeling, white sand beaches, pipe-forested hills
AITUTAKI Spear fishing, Polynesian culture, jungles, white beaches
BOCAS DEL TORO Scuba diving, eco-tourism, snorkeling, sailing, surfing, and hiking


Traveling abroad is most people’s dream, especially there are some affordable islands.  Due to the fact that it is so cheap for us to go ground, so how to go around may be a question. The best ways are below.


How To Get Around
  Taxi Car Bicycle Bus Walk Scooter
Marco Island        
Caye Caulker        
Isla Mujeres    
Koh Samui  
Vanua Levu          
Bocas Del Toro        


When you travel abroad or travel to somewhere, you will have a plan where we should go and what kind of foods we should taste before we set out. I also summarize some places that you should not miss.

MARCO ISLAND Dolphin Tour   From $50
CORON Island hopping    From $15
ISLA MUJERES Cancun Underwater Museum   From $140
CAYE CAULKER Blue Hole Dive    From $240
KOH SAMUI Chaweng Stadium Muay Thai Boxing   From $31
VANUA LEVU Dive in Savusavu   From $600
LANGKAWI Kilim Karst Geoforest Park Tour   From $62
ROATAN EI Aguila Wreck Dive    From $50
AITUTAKI Bonefish Fishing   From $200
BOCAS DEL TORO Nivida Bat Cave tour   From $45

What we care most is about the cost of the living. Traveling on a world best island is not just a marvelous dream, we can live on a luxury affordable island now. Though there are beautiful sceneries and good living

and services just as others or better than them, it is not expense for us. The cost at details, as follows:


Koh Samui 21.05$ 3.5$ 20$
Marco Island 20$ 2$ 140$
Caye Caulker 15$ 2$ 100$
Aitutaki Isla Mujeres 15$ 3$ 100$
Vanua Levu 11.5$ 1$ 40$
Bocas del Toro 10$ 2$ 50$
Langkawi 9$ 1.5$ 27$
Coron 8$ 1$ 25$
Roatan 15$ 2.5$ 100$

There are many parts that you can expect to see. Such as, in Vanua Levu, you are seeing traditonal bure with thatched roof. There are infinity pools that look out over coconut tree plantations in Koh Samui. In Roatan, you can stand on the balcony for a Caribbean sunset in the Honduras. Incredible panoramic views of nearby islands are also important views in Koh Samui. Another five world best islands also have some beautiful views, for instance, amazing blue water beaches with palm trees of Caye Caulker, quiet tropical beaches with coconut palms of Koh Samui. Besides, experience sunset in one of Langkaw’s unique water chalets in Langkawi is also an important place. Last but not least, private locations with views over Coral Bay and luxury lifestyle villas set in tropical surroundings in Koh Samui are also valuable places to visit.

So in sum up, have you decided where to go now? If you acquire to spend your holiday on a gorgeous but not expensive place, these 10 world best islands are good choices to decide. Are you interested in these? Just decide and go.


World’s Most Romantic Islands 2018

Whether you longing for culture, adventure, or simply kicking back on a beach with a cold cocktail, I believe these are most romantic islands in the  World and for sure ideal destination.  There are hundreds of thousands of islands dotting our oceans and lakes. But only 10 of these enticing, secluded spots get to crown, these are the best of the best.

Worlds Best Awards 2018

This year’s world’s most romantic islands prove that there is no destination is too remote when pristine, white-sand beaches and exotic fauna to wait.

Now, distant and unusual shores are back on travelers’ minds. The Hawaiian islands of Maui and Kauai, which appear on the Top 10 list year after year, provide both the allure of faraway lands and the convenience of a domestic getaway. Also making the World Best Islands Overall list in 2018 are the Hawaiian islands of Maui and Kauai, while those who prefer their snorkeling to be on the wilder side raise their hands for the Galápagos Islands. One survey taker has said to us that going to Maui likes going home.

Everything there is comfortable, familiar, and beautiful. The islands’ natural attractions play a huge role in their appeal, too. You can watch migrating humpback whales trace the rugged coast, hike up towering volcanoes and across black-sand beaches, or get lost in the lush rain forests that are punctuated by waterfalls and obsidian bluffs.

The Hawaiian islands of Maui and Kauai are miracle place. Miraculous or just miraculously beautiful, all of these islands have this in common. That is vast stretches of beauty to explore by day and elegant places to hang your straw hat at night. Whatever your pleasure, you will find it here.

No. 10 Bali, Indonesia

Whatever your expectations and desires, they all can be more than fulfilled. Bali is regularly rated one of the Top 10 tropical holiday destinations of the world. However, Bali is not straight forward. It is diverse, complex and sometimes unpredictable and fall short on your expectations if you don’t know some basic rules.  Bali is so much more than “that beach from Eat, Pray, Love.” While Padang’s role in the storyline is a testament to just how romantic this destination is, activities abound across The Island of the Gods.

There is no other place like Bali. The Island of the Gods offers great beaches, countless waves for surfing and wonderful natural sites to visit, colorful ceremonies, and gifted artists. There is an unbelievably wide range of hotels and accommodation, restaurants, spas and world-class activities and shopping – all within close distance and at very fair prices.

No. 9 Maui in Hawaii

Maui, known also as “The Valley Isle,” is the second largest Hawaiian island. The island beloved for its world-famous beaches, the sacred Iao Valley, views of migrating humpback whales (during winter months), farm-to-table cuisine and the magnificent sunrise and sunset from Haleakala.

No. 8 Kauai in Hawaii

Kauai is the oldest Hawaiian Island which was formed when lava bubbled up from the ocean floor 5 million years. Today, it maintains a certain sense of dignity that is not uncommon amongst the community’s elders. Kauai has its famed golf courses and high-profile resorts. But nature still asserts itself in the form of the spiked Anahola Mountains and the bluffs above Hanelai Bay. Once you come to here, you will get what may arguably the most impressive vista in the state: clouds evaporating over a perfect crescent moon of beach.

Double rainbow on tropical beach, tunnels beach, Haena, Kauai, Hawaii, USA.

No. 7 Santorini, Greece

It’s already been scientifically proven that Santorini is heaven on earth, boasts the most jaw-dropping sunsets, and has claimed a top spot in the World’s Best survey for 16 years and counting. Some people argue this Greek isle’s wine is the best in the country, thanks to its agreeable climate and the mineral content of the volcanic soil.

No. 6 Moorea, French Polynesia

This heart-shaped island levitating on the South Seas has convinced even the most selective travelers that there is such a thing as paradise on Earth.

No. 5 Boracay in the Philippines

Travelers come here to let loose. Ample nightlife, with parties spilling out onto beaches well into the early morning hours, sets the tone. Boracay famous White Beach welcomes beach bums with what some say is the softest sand, while Bulabog Beach is a mecca for kiteboarders and windsurfers.

No. 4 Tasmania, Australia

The air is as clean as it is in Antarctica, making it the ideal place to take a breather. Tasmania’s diverse and stunning landscape is nearly hallucinatory: rolling dunes covered in psychedelic banksia wildflowers, granite formations that erupt from the beaches, and the wonder of the tessellated pavement at Eaglehawk Neck.

No. 3 Maldives

The lowest-lying nation has no land more than six feet above sea level, meaning a trip to the Maldives is truly about communing with the warm, ebbing tides. Many hotels are built directly over the sparkling azure waters, and the best take full advantage of the otherworldly real estate.


Beautiful tropical island of Maldives from the air.

No. 2 Bora-Bora in French Polynesia

Nobody can resist the beauty of this island. Few scenes could be more seductive than gazing out at crystalline waters with your beloved from an overwater bungalow, complete with private plunge pool for a late night swim under the stars.

Bora Bora Island Society Islands French Polynesia South Pacific

No. 1: Palawan Philippines

There’s nothing quite like immersing yourself in the natural wonders of this Philippine archipelago. Palawan, which consists of an eponymous main island, in addition to some 1,800 surrounding islets and island outposts, is a repeat winner on the list, first scoring the No. 1 spot in 2013. Visitors are greeted with mountains rising out of impossibly turquoise waters, where shipwrecks and reefs make for prime scuba diving and snorkeling. “Palawan is every beach lover’s dream destination. With its verdant mountains, a five-mile-long underground river, limestone caves, and spectacular scuba diving, its appeal is as clear as its turquoise waters.