This planet is full of beautiful and extraordinary landforms, beaches being on top of the list. These pebbly or sandy shores where the ocean meets the land happen to be the top getaway destinations on the planet. There are a great number of beaches both beautiful and dangerous acting as major tourist attractions spread all over the world. In this article we show you The best beaches in the World!

Whether you want to take a swim, boat ride, and surf, kite surf or just get a tan, beaches are the perfect destinations. It is nearly impossible to rank these beautiful landforms but I put together a list of best beaches in the world that will definitely make you forget your troubles.

The Best Beaches In The World
Champagne Beach

The Best Beaches In The World
Champagne beach is one of the most popular beaches in the South Pacific region. It is located on the island of Espiritu Santo in Vanatu. What makes it so special you ask? It boasts of crystal clear water and powdery white sand hence the popular comparison to heaven on earth. That’s not enough, it has a lot of activities which will ensure not a second of your time is lost to boredom. Whether you want to swim, snorkel, sunbathe or just stroll along the fine white sand, this is the perfect destination. You can also indulge yourself in some beach photography and capture the fine champagne beach in your lenses. There are nearby restaurants and The Lonnoc Beach Resort where you can spend the night. The area also has other attractions like millennium cave, Vilvil Custom Village and The Kole Village Bush Walk and Bat Cave that you can visit. If I were you I would be checking when the next cruise ship goes to the island so I can indulge myself in these unforgettable activities.

The Best Beaches In The World
Seven Mile Beach

The Best Beaches In The World
The Seven Mile Beach is a long crescent stretch of coral sand found on the western end of Grand Cayman Island. Despite the catchy name, the actual measurement of this beach is 6.3 miles long. It is so good that it received the honor of “the best Caribbean beach” from the Caribbean Travel Magazine. The Seven Mile Beach is the most developed area on the island with restaurants, beach bars, and resorts being common in the area. It is a public beach as are all beaches on the island, therefore, one can enjoy a nice walk along the beach. Other activities include snorkeling due to some small reefs in the shore, swimming and tanning. If you are a nature lover, you can visit the mastic trail while at it.

The Best Beaches In The World
Playa del Amor

The Best Beaches In The World
Commonly referred to as the hidden beach, this beach is located in the Marieta islands west of Puerto Vallata in Mexico. Of all beaches, this one stands out not only because of the blue water or the soft sand but mainly because of the mainly because of its large cavern. I know, sounds like a fantasy but it is real. The islands are formed by underwater volcanic activities but this is not what formed this beach. It is rumored that in the early 1900s the Mexican government tested weapons and artillery on the Marieta islands which were not inhabited at that time and was a safe distance from civilians. It was later that a scientist, Jacques Cousteau, protested about the harmful destruction of the island. In 2005 the island was named a national park and although the military tests damaged the flora and fauna, many years of peace has replenished the island’s marine life. It is odd how such an extraordinary feature originated from destructive means isn’t it? The island boasts of activities like swimming, kayaking, sunbathing and diving as its main recreational activities. It is not visible on the outside and is accessible through a water tunnel linking it to the Pacific Ocean. The island is accessible by boat rides using tour companies. However, wristbands to the beach are limited and have to be booked prior. So get your ticket to Mexico and spend a day at the world’s only secret beach.

The Best Beaches In The World
Bondi Beach

The Best Beaches In The World
Located off the coast of Australia, seven kilometers east of Sydney’s CBD, Bondi Beach is one of Australia’s iconic beaches. Bondi or “Boondi” is a native word meaning water breaking off rocks. This Australian jewel has a little bit of everything for everyone. From surfing (well, we are talking about Australia), swimming, sunbathing to talking walks, Bondi is the right beach. During migration times, one can take a boat ride and watch whales and dolphins. It is also home to one of the oldest lifesaving clubs in the world, Australia’s oldest swimming club and the Bond Icebergs at the south end of the island. Other places to visit at the beach are Bondi Golf Club, Bondi baths, and Tamarama beaches. However, one should take caution when visiting the southern end of the beach due to a famous rip current called the “Backpacker’s Rip”. The area is, therefore, best for surfing with yellow and red flags guiding swimmers on safe swimming areas.

The Best Beaches In The World
Bathsheba Beach

The Best Beaches In The World
Located in the eastern parish of St, Joseph in Bathsheba, in Barbados, it is majorly a surfer’s beach. Fun fact; remember Bathsheba wife of David rumored to bathe in milk to keep her skin soft and beautiful, the white waters of this beach resemble her bath. The wide white sand of this beach stretch along the coastline with large boulders formed from broken away ancient corals. Just nearby there is a small fishing village, rum shops, restaurants and guest houses for tourists. You can also soak in the shallow inshore pools or get your surf on at the Soup Bowl surfing. Tourists are however cautioned from swimming due to dangerous rip tides. You should also be careful while taking a walk along the beach since the incoming waves might pull you to sea. Seems the most beautiful places on the planet also happen to be the most dangerous. But it’s all about the fun, right? Safe fun of course!

The Best Beaches In The World
Anse Source d’Argent Beach

The Best Beaches In The World
Located on the La Digeu Island in Seychelles, it happens to be one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Picture this: a dazzling white-sand beach backed by naturally sculpted boulders and lapped by emerald waters. That’s La Digue’s many beaches. The income earner is tourism since the islands have many sites that could ensure one of the best vacations of all time. Perfect timing is however important in order to view the beautiful scenery at the beach. At times there are heavy tides and overcrowding occurs. Swimming is also hindered by the shallow water and occasional seaweed. To avoid overcrowding, it is best to plan early. The area is has a vast array of hotels for those wishing to stay long. Book a ticket to Seychelles to get yourself a slice of this paradise cake.

If you’re about to visit one of these beaches don’t forget so send a postcard to your friends or family. Great pictures are garanteed with these tips on beach photography!

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Hey, I’m Theresa! My motto? Try everything once! Traveling, taking pictures, working on DIY projects - I’m always up to something. In between I write down my tips and tricks on this blog - and capture all my crazy adventures on postcards of course!

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