For all those who adore the sun and are constantly searching for the perfect place to relax, what makes a location ideal? That is very subjective and varies from one individual to the other. Most of us like a quiet place where we can unwind and relax. Few of us wish to be where we can flaunt our designer swim wear and toned physique. Still others are looking to sun bathe without getting an embarrassing tan.
Regardless of your personal preference, we can all agree that the 3 vital ingredients for a class sun bathing spot are sand, sun, and surroundings. With those 3 in mind, we have listed the best among the best. From the famous to the not so famous, crowded to secluded and bathing suits optional to the fashion conscious, you can surely find a beach on this list that coincides with your image. The six most beautiful beaches in the world are as follows.
Most Beautiful Beaches In The World
Utopia, Shangri La, Arcadia, Elysium & Bali are all synonyms for paradise. The only difference is that one actually can visit Bali. The vast majority have never even heard of this heaven on earth in Indonesia. The name Bali brings up visions of towering volcanoes covered in a green canopy, the most pristine land scape, curvy coast lines crowned with pagodas and sandy shores that merge with turquoise water.
Believe it or not, this Indonesian island does not disappoint. You will be amazed at the diverse type of tourists who enjoy this paradise. The average tourist stays at the ocean front resort and indulges in decadent cuisine, pampering spa treatment, and lazy sun bathing. The historian among the crowd will find their delight at Bali’s several temples.
The more adventuresome tourist will discover new routes to an active volcano at Kintamani. The town of Kuta has plenty of sightseeing locales and pleasure trips for those inclined to explore the unexplored. Bali is a tourist’s wildest dream comes true so pack your bags and head to Bali today.
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2. Kauai :
Serene sunsets, golden sandy beaches, and turquoise skies, Kauai has been a key holiday destination attracting tourists in droves. The oldest island in the Hawaiian chain does not have to resort to tourist traps or over the top luxury features to attract. Rather it appeals to a no fuss type of tourist. You prefer resplendent to rural? This is the spot to be. There are only 2 major high ways and some areas can only be explored by foot.
It is commonly said that one would need a little more than a good pair of hiking shoes, an adventurous spirit and an umbrella. But be warned. You also need to have a deeper pocket. Kauai has a premium on its prized hiking trails and natural beauty and room rates can cross $500 per day during winter. To save and get the most, consider visiting Kauai during the fall season.
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Private villa looms over aquamarine blue water, masseuse on call, gourmet room service, days end with orange sun sets, whetting your appetite for the local citrus. The only thing to make you leave the luxury of your room is the breath-taking coral reef and sea creatures demanding a proper scuba session for a good introduction. Welcome to Maldives.
If anyone prefers to stay away from the stereotyped Caribbean get away, the Bahamas or the famous South Pacific re-treat, Bora Bora, you should head straight to Maldives. However getting to and staying in this tropical paradise warrants a lot of patience with no direct flight from the US and a hefty bank balance.
Located between the Laccadive and the Arabian sea & roughly 500 kilometres south-west of Ceylon, Maldives is an isolated and untouched destination. While the country’s economy and government has recently been in a slowdown, the pristine nature of this heaven on earth has lingered on in the minds of people who have visited it at least once.
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In comparison to few Caribbean islands disguised as tourist traps you will find something a bit more authentic in Anguilla. There is an embargo on high-rise hotels, luxury liners, and casinos, but a wealth of coral filled crystal clear waters, unpaved and unmarked roads, and low profile beach front resorts. Luxury comes at a premium from the palatial resorts to the gourmet dining.
With little else to do but unwind, days here are really long. Once the sun goes down, you will be treated to the top live music shows in the western zone. Everyone from Jimmy Buffett, Quincy Jones and Bankie Banx have stopped by Anguilla to perform their gig.
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5. Cayman Islands:
The charismatic Cayman Islands continue to be a much desired Caribbean get away providing for both the immobile and adventurous travelers. Gorgeous barrier reefs beckon divers as the rum punch beckons the beach bums. Honeymooners serenade through the 200-year-old mastic trail as couples take their kids out for a swim at Stingray City. Whichever way you prefer to chill out, the Cayman Islands oblige in every way.
The Cayman Islands are an archipelago of 3 islands located some 90 kilometres south of Cuba. The largest of them all, the Grand Cayman is full of luxurious resorts an ideal spot for those who prefer unplanned itineraries & not mindful of the cruise crowd. For freewheeling tourists, the less traveled Little Cayman and Cayman Brac offer the best diving experience in the Caribbean.
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6. Turks and Caicos:
Turks and Caicos is the perfect remedy for a hectic life style. Nearly isolated white sand beaches fringed by shimmering aquamarine waters, light-hearted atmosphere, colorful coral reefs, and crispy conch fritters. In recent years Turks and Caicos has seen a spurt in tourist activity, more commercially driven experiences and chain restaurants, Turks and Caicos still clings on tightly to its reputation as a secluded and exclusive tourist spot.
Regular vacationers to its white sandy strips will tell you that they would not have any second thoughts of visiting Turks and Caicos every year. This chain of some 40 cays and islands has 3 dominant personalities. There is the glamorous Provo or Providenciales which is the main port for the luxury liner crowd and the site of the most accommodation.
Laid back Grand Turk is the cultural and historic hub best seen in the Turks and Caicos National Museum or along the shores of Cockburn town where the famous explorer Christopher Columbus first docked in the western region.
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