Beautiful tropical paradises await you at upscale resorts in offshore banking havens. These islands and small nations allow international banks non-regulated secrecy of their financial transactions. With the presence of these multi-billion dollar funds and institutions and many tourists, the resorts there are safe, friendly, and comfortable. Very affordable vacations for luxurious slender are available at some of the best resorts and beaches in the world. These countries depend on tourism so they go the extra mile to give tourists a memorable experience.
There are several options for the type of experience and activities people prefer, such as family, romance, adventure, and nightlife. All of these locations are tropical islands with ocean beaches and water sports. Some are more tourist-oriented with resorts, luxury, shopping, and festivals. Some are low-key and laid back. Some are outdoor, wildlife, boating, fishing, and diving adventure destinations.
Samoa is a Polynesian island west of American Samoa in the Pacific Ocean. It is a tropical paradise of natural beauty offering authentic Polynesian culture. The people are very warm and friendly providing genuine hospitality. Samoa provides fun, family, and romantic adventures. Activities include beaches, mountains, waterfalls, diving, surfing, fishing, boating, hiking, biking, paddling, resorts, wildlife, shopping, entertainment, music, golf, and more.
Samoa is an English and Samoan-speaking sovereign nation member of the British Commonwealth with an educated population of 202,506. It is a banking haven. The economy is based on finance, tourism, seafood, bananas, coffee, nuts, coconuts, cocoa, bees, electronics, and oil refining.
The Seychelles are African islands in the Indian Ocean with a population of 100,092, and annual visitors of 230,000. They offer beaches, tropical forests, nature, wildlife, fishing, boating, resorts, casinos, and nightlife.
A banking and corporate tax haven. The English and French-speaking Seychelles is a sovereign nation member of the British Commonwealth. The economy is based on tourism, finance, fishing, boating, oil refining, coconuts, vanilla, and sweet potatoes.
Vanuata is a great getaway on a tropical paradise. The island is in far eastern Polynesia. The island offers beaches, fishing, boating, diving, music, and festivals.
The English and French-speaking country is a sovereign independent nation in the British Commonwealth with a population of 307,815. It has no corporate taxes and is lax in financial reporting. The economy is based on tourism, finance, boating, seafood, cocoa, coconuts, fruit, beef, yams, and manganese.
Famous for hedge funds, banking, and lax financial regulations. The Cayman Islands have the highest standard of living in the Caribbean. Grand Cayman, the largest island, has a luxury, cosmopolitan vibe, resorts, shopping, gourmet restaurants, art, and culture. The islands are scuba diving and snorkeling destinations. They offer beaches, nature, wildlife, marine life, horseback riding, golf, fishing, and boating.
Located in the Caribbean south of Cuba with a population of 71, 432. The sovereign state is a member of the British Commonwealth. The economy is based on finance, tourism, and recreational boating (96%).
Belize is an adventure destination for nature lovers and eco-tourists. It offers a coral barrier reef, tropical jungles, birdwatching, wildlife, diving and snorkeling, boating, hiking, and fishing. It also offers Mayan civilization ruins. It has almost a million annual visitors.
Belize is a Caribbean nation bordering Mexico and Guatemala with a population of 419,999. It is an independent sovereign nation in the British Commonwealth. The country is a tax haven for foreign corporations, mainly from Europe, Japan, and the U.S. Other industries include tourism, oil, sugar, fruit, seafood, beans, bananas, and papaya.
British Virgin Islands
One of the top sailing destinations in the world due to calm seas and weather. The islands host many sailboat regattas and races. They are a major U.S. tourist and cruise destination. There are luxury resorts and numerous activities with white sandy beaches, wildlife, nightlife, music, and shopping.
The British Virgin Islands are a British territory east of Puerto Rico in the Caribbean with a population of 30,030. It is the most prosperous country in the Caribbean with a high standard of living and a high education level. Offshore banking and tourism make up most of the economy. There are no corporate taxes and lax financial regulations. Other economic activities include recreational boats, diamonds, aircraft, rum, sugar cane, fruit, and fishing.
St. Lucia is a tourist destination with 1.3 million visitors annually. It is friendly, hospitable, and affordable. St. Lucia offers a wide variety of activities, such as beaches, mountains, jungles, tropical rainforests, nature, diving, hiking, biking, paddling, golf, sailing, and fishing. It has an active nightlife with shopping, resorts, music, and Carnival festivals.
St. Lucia is one of the top bank havens with the most secret bank and corporate laws. The English-speaking sovereign state is a member of the British Commonwealth with a population of 184,961. It has the most diverse economy in the eastern Caribbean with an educated workforce. The economy is based on tourism, finance, avocados, mangos, coconuts, bananas, tobacco, oil, beer, liquor, jewelry, cranes, and telecommunications.
Nevis and St. Kitts
The two islands St. Kitts and Nevis in the Caribbean offer an authentic island experience with remote seclusion, relaxation, with a laid-back vibe. They attract 1.3 million visitors annually. The English and Creole-speaking 47,606 population is educated and friendly but shy people.
St. Kitts is a popular casino destination. The islands offer beaches, mountains, tropical rain forests, hiking, cycling, sailing, fishing, festivals, shopping, golf, and resorts. One of the most diverse economies in the Caribbean. It is a major bank and corporate haven. It is an industrial economy in electronics, telecommunication, plastics, instruments, boats, and beer.
Anquila is low-key, laid back, relaxing, and safe offering an authentic island experience. It is not a major tourist destination. It offers nature, wildlife, beaches, diving, sailing, fishing, and reggae music.
The English and Creole-speaking island is located east of Puerto Rico with a population of 15,753. It is a tax haven. A sovereign state member of the British Commonwealth. The economy is based on finance, recreational boats, fishing, medicines, liquor, and iron products.
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