Located in the village of Lotofaga (population: 1,089) on the south coast of Upolu island in Samoa, is the To Sua Ocean Trench. An all-natural swimming hole with a large ladder and small dock, visitors can pay a fee ($15 for adults, $6 for children 7-15, free for kids under 7) to access the 30 meter (98 ft) deep hole. The island of Upolu was formed by a massive basaltic shield volcano.
Couples Tower Isle, Jamaica This is one of Jamaica’s landmark hotels, set on a beautiful private beach in Ocho Rios. But the standout here is that it comes with its own private “au naturel” island. The food is superb, many excursions are included and the spa is spectacular, too.