Best Beaches In The World




Hey Jetsetters! 

You don’t need me to tell you that there are so many brilliant beaches all over the world. Yet some of them stick out from the bunch with some exceptional features.

  • Ora Beach, Indonesia
  • Ora Beach in Indonesia is one of the wonders visitors can head to on the 37,000-mile of the shoreline. Nestled on the north coast of the Seram island, it features silvery-sand beaches and azure waters. Tectonic plates around it make its surroundings dramatically various. Lush tropical rainforest and giant mountains border this extraordinary beach. 

  • Die Plaat, Walker Bay Nature Reserve, South Africa
  • This magnificent ribbon of sand bordered by limestone crags is snuggled near the town of  Hermanus. Southern right whales are not a surprise offshore at Die Plaat. Chubby seals lie along the coast. Pearlescent abalone shells lie scattered over the sand. Klipgat Cave on the beach shelters history from the late Middle Stone Age.

  • Fakarava, French Polynesia
  • White and pink sand of Fakarava and constantly warm water ranks its beaches among the most exquisite in the world. Fakarava is a large atoll in French Polynesia. It is a perfect snorkeling location with rare fish, bright corals and sharks close to the shore. Matisse's blue phase might be inspired by the blue hues of the lagoon.  

    1. Pink Sand Beach, Barbuda

    The pearly sand of the beach made from corals ground into the pink powder glitters in the sun for sparse visitors. Pink Sand Beach, Barbuda, is never crowded and visitors can enjoy its tranquillity. Not very touristy as it is, it can't boast of many public facilities. Yet you can get refreshments in a few cafes on the beach.

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    Happy beachin!





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