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One of the best pleasures in life is to experience what the world has to offer. Traveling is definitely one of everyone’s dreams. And one of the best parts of traveling is seeing the crystal and magical beaches in every country you visit. The sea has just some unexplainable power that can give you a more relaxed feeling within you, and it also gives you excitement to see what every part of the sea has to offer.
To give you a kickstart for your summer bucket list, check out these top 7 best beaches in the world:
7.Palaui Island, Cagayan Valley, Philippines
Palaui Island is located in the most northeastern part of Philippines’ largest island. Palaui is covered with its glorious raw beauty with the white sands meeting the volcanic rocks and its crystal blue-green waters. Divers can also enjoy watching the ocean’s coral gardens and its rich marine reserve underwater. This is a great opportunity for you to indulge in nature as you battle against the thorny grass, muddy ground and a mangrove forest in order to see its beautiful beaches. There are no five-star hotels in the area which is a great opportunity for you to camp with friends under the millions of stars above you.
6.Champagne Beach, Vanuatu
How can you resist this? A beach that can give you a magical and relaxing ambiance. A trivia for you, according to Cnn.com, the beach gets its name from a phenomenon witnessed by the first travelers to the region — the shallow waters appear to fizz at low tide as if the beach is swimming in bubbly. The effect is caused by gas escaping from volcanic rocks on the seafloor.
5.Matira Beach, Bora Bora, Tahiti
Definitely one of the most popular beaches worldwide. This beach is a little too perfect to be believable. It is probably part of every traveler’s dream escapade. Just take a good look at its soft sand and calm waters! It is beyond beautiful! Even though Bora Bora is one of the most luxurious beaches worldwide, just by looking at what you will get from your money, it’s definitely worth every penny. I would suggest to everyone who wants to visit Bora Bora, never miss Matira Beach. It’s worth visiting. Here, you can experience feeding sharks and hunt for some black pearls.
4.Wineglass Bay, Tasmania
If you are in Tasmania, Wineglass Bay should be part of your itinerary. You’ll surely enjoy the white sands and pink granite rock formations, plus the green peaks which are definitely some of Tasmania’s most stunning coastal scenes. Aside from the mind-blowing view, you can also enjoy hiking, snorkeling, kayaking and boating in Wineglass Bay.
3.Cabbage Beach, Paradise Island, Bahamas
Cabbage Beach is indeed one of the most beautiful beaches on Paradise Island. You’ll enjoy beach walking, swimming or sunbathing on this beach. Also, you can do water-skiing, snorkeling and parasailing. This long beach can truly make you appreciate nature. Away from the busy part of this beach, you’ll be able to take in one of the world’s best-untouched beaches. A reminder for everyone, there are strong undercurrents in the waters offshore. So, it would be best to have some professionals with you and ready your complete gear when doing underwater activities.
2.Anse Source d’Argent, La Digue, Seychelles
Straight from their site, Anse Source d’Argent is one of the most photographed beaches in the world. It has been part of many films, adverts and tv shows for its pure white sand and unique boulders. Aside from its white sands, this beach is also good for snorkeling activities.
1.El Nido, Palawan, Philippines
El Nido, “the last frontier” of the Philippines. Expect yourself to be blown away by its powder-fine beaches and gin-clear waters complement the stunning views of karst limestone formations, empty lagoons, marble cliffs, prehistoric caves, and waterfalls. Expect yourself to be Surrounded by waters containing more than 50 species of coral, along with attractive whales, whale sharks, sea cows, manta rays, dolphins and endangered turtles.