2. Little Corn Island, Nicaragua
“I came here because I wanted to see a side of the Caribbean that was still a bit undeveloped, away from being a collection of resorts and vacation rentals. Little Corn certainly fits that bill, from its isolation to its rugged interior to its sheer beauty. The only thing is that it’s a challenge to get to and the Wi-Fi is limited, which is enough to keep people away — but I’d go now. The island is changing so quickly, and it’s not going to be this low-key for long.” —Kate McCulley, Adventurous Kate
More info on Little Corn Island here.