It is important to remember that these exotic holiday destinations are seasonal in terms of the climate and you need to get the season right, otherwise you could find the weather spoils the holiday. For example, in general terms, if you go to the Caribbean between November and April, you should have a fairly good weather with little rain and lots of sun. If you were to visit the Caribbean in September or October, you might experience one of the hurricanes that is in the area at that time of year.
If you really want that paradise island experience, then why not try the Maldives? A lot of the Islands are converted into holiday resorts that really capture the essence of an exotic holiday with resorts with great facilities and beautiful beaches.
Exotic holiday can take you off the beaten track into some of the more unusual destinations. If you don't fancy a holiday on an exotic beach, then why not think of a more cultural holiday, perhaps to the Far East to explore the ancient cities and beautiful countryside. An exotic holiday could also take you to see great wildlife on a safari holiday in Kenya or South Africa. Both of these destinations can be combined with a beach holiday as a twin centre.