5. Tasmania, Australia
The southernmost state of Australia is Tasmania which celebrated the 30th anniversary as the UNESCO World Heritage place in 2013.
This island offers visitors adventure like nothing else. They can explore the diverse wildlife in Cradle Mountain National Park or go diving the calm waters of the coast, or explore exotic aquatic life, shipwrecks, and Wineglass Bay.
When it comes to Rome, there is always a magic in the air no matter how crowded and big the city life is. In this city, you will discover seductive gardens, classical mythology, festive fountains, and abundant of lady luck. Furthermore, you should not skip to toss one coin over the shoulder when being here. [Read: best places to travel alone as woman]
7. North Island, New Zealand
North Island has over 77% of the population of New Zealand, so if you would like to mingle with the local people, this is your best choice. Featuring with urban life, natural beauty (hot spots and breathtaking beaches), and history (Maori culture), this is an all-in-one drivable island for visitors.