The Top 10 Most Exotic Beaches in the World
There are people who like to go by the beach to get a perfect tan and have a valid excuse to display their toned bodies in their swimsuits. And then, there are people who want to dive in the water, indulge in some exciting water sports activities and wash their stress away.
The idea of a perfect beach spot may, however, vary from one person to another. But there is one thing in common that every beach lover looks for – it is the sun, sea and sand. And if you are dreaming of just sitting idly on an outstanding beach location, then we bring to you the list of top ten most exotic beaches where you will have the time of your life.
Seychelles is the dream destination for tourists from all around the world who love the sun, sea and sand. Comprising of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, it is also home to the Anse Source d’Argent Beach which is part of the La Digue Island. This beach has sparkling pink sands with high standing granite boulders, making it the most photographed beach in the world. This is a perfect destination for tourists who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
An assortment of 26 atolls comprising of 1,102 islands, Maldives is an exotic tourist destination that is sprawled towards the southwest of Sri Lanka. The Maldives is perfect for tourists who want to experience nature in its ultimate beauty and grandeur. Relax amidst prime sparkling white sand beaches and then experience vibrant underwater marine life and an unrivalled luxury. You have to be there to prove it to yourself.
One hour flight from Tahiti, Bora Bora is the ultimate honeymoon destination. Romantics would truly be captured by its sheer beauty and charm. It is love at first sight because of the turquoise lagoon on a lovely outer coral reef. Bora Bora also known as Pora Pora in Tahiti (as there is no “B” in Tahitian language) is home to lush tropical valleys and slopes with palm trees that circle the island like a necklace.
The Hamptons, New York
The Hamptons in New York is home to the billionaires who love to stay here because of its unspoilt beaches. It is five miles long that also boasts of a private helipad that can rush the rich and famous residents of the island to Manhattan in only 20 minutes. It also has amazing water sport activities that will help you keep fit while you are having fun.
Lanikai Beach, Hawaii
A place that needs to be seen to be believed! Once you visit the island, you will understand why the Hawaiians named it the Lanikai or “Heavenly Water”. You enjoy complete privacy here with your family and friends while you have the white puffy clouds pass over your head and the turquoise blue water touch your feet and slide back silently.
Nantucket Island, Massachusetts
The Nantucket Island in Massachusetts spreads across an area of 50 miles and was once a top whaling port. It is popular with tourists because of its sand dunes, blinking lighthouses and windswept beaches. To enjoy the scenic beauties of this beautiful island, hop on a bike or a shuttle along with your family and friends so all of you can enjoy fishing.
Fraser Island, Australia
The Fraser Island in Australia is the largest sand island in the world with 75-mile long sea shore. There are no roads here but just sand tracks that invites you to go on a 4WD adventure drive. The largest sand island is surrounded by rainforests and wild flowers growing in the rugged heathland. Once you stay here, you will understand why the aborigines called it the K’gari or paradise.
St. Bart's is one of the most expensive islands of the Caribbean. It is a holiday destination of the rich and elite in the world who can be seen air kissing over a glass of rose. It is equally welcoming and charming for the regular folks who want to spend a dream holiday with their loved ones. Tourists here come here and enjoy not just the white sand beaches and sparkling turquoise blue water but are made to feel at home with chic French hospitality and luxurious accommodations.
Langkawi in Malaysia means “the land of one’s wishes” and it very truly lives up to its name. It is the first UNESCO World Geopark in Southeast Asia. The placid waters of the 99 islands of this lovely archipelago are perfect for sailing, sunset cruising and island hopping. A serene island with sparkling white sands and clear blue waters, it is ideal for tourists who want to get away from the fast-paced life of the urban dwellings.
Kauna'oa Bay, Hawaii
The Kauna’oa Bay in Hawaii is a sight to behold not only because of the sparkling white sand beaches and clear blue turquoise water but also because for almost a quarter of a mile, the location is a perfect crescent shape. You will find comfort and luxury at an arm’s distance here or indulge in some exciting water sports activities such as boogie boarding, snorkelling and swimming.
If you are planning a holiday of a lifetime with your family and friends, then going off to one of these most exotic beaches will give you true value for your money. So go ahead and look out for competitions that give away such free trips and have the time of your life.