Best Beaches in the World

Looking for an amazing destination specifically beach to spend your long vacation? Do you get tanned and enjoy the beauty of nature under the sun? This list is definitely for you, it enumerates different beaches around the globe. If you want a luxurious or budget-friendly beach resorts, you can choose at the list and you’ll surely enjoy every minute of staying in it. Here are the list of beautiful beaches around the world:

  1. Palaui Island, Cagayan Valley, Philippines

Included on the top list of World’s Most Beautiful Beaches. Palaui Island is an island wherein the true beauty of nature reveals together with the flora and fauna, the volcanic rocks and the white sands and the marine wealth.

In this island you won’t find hotels or motels. The island is a paradise, if you want to stay overnight, you can build your tents or find homestays but camping nearby the lighthouse is still forbidden.

To get here, by land you take a bus or a car going Sta. Ana, Cagayan from Manila. By air, you can fly going Tuguegarao. Once you reach Sta. Ana, go to San Vicente and then you can take a boat going to Palaui. Enjoy the beach by different activities like hiking, beach bumming and see the scenery of the lighthouse.

  1. Siesta Beach, Siesta Key Florida

Unlike other beaches, Siesta beach is made up mostly fine corals. Its sand is 99% quartz which comes from the mountains of Appalachian. Even on summer days, the sand of Siesta Beach is still cool underfoot. It is estimated a million years old beach having its foundation in the Appalachians and smoothly flowing down the rivers of the mountains inside the shores of the Siesta Key.

It is known as one of the safest beaches in the country and it is advisable for small children for its water deepness in the near shore has year round lifeguard protection. The place has hotels, inns and vacation rentals wherein you can stay overnight or spend wonderful relaxation for a couple of days. Enjoy the clearwater beach and its beauty.

  1. Coron Island, Palawan

Coron Island is occupied by Tagbanua people and it represents the gem of nature’s beauty of limestone cliffs, white sand and the seven mountain lakes. It is actually listed as one 10 best scuba diving sites in the world by the Forbes Magazine.

It has rock pattern and there is a secret lagoon with crystal bluish green rainwaters covered with limestone and white sand shores. It is really a secret paradise, you can enjoy the island either by climbing over the cliffs or swimming through the tunnels.

You can reach Coron Island by air transportation by flying to Busuanga and take a van going to Coron and it takes 45 minutes. You must be aware that you cannot stay overnight there, though you can check lodging or motels at the city proper. Enjoy the scuba diving! It is one of the best place to do it.

  1. Flamenco Beach, Culebra Puerto Rico

It is chosen the second most beautiful beach in the world by the Discovery Channel. The beach is known for its white sand that covers the whole shore, not to mention the clear blue sea that sparkles whenever the sun shines through it. Flamenco Beach is a great place to do snorkeling, sunbathing, swimming as well as camping. If you want to stay overnight, you must reserve early because the beach has only 4 hotels. You must try their tropical “Piña Colada”.

  1. Boracay, Aklan

Boracay Island is known as the most popular tourist destination in the Philippines. Boracay is a small island 315 Km south of Manila in the province of Aklan. It is well-known for its fine white sands and untouched blue waters. You can enjoy any water sports, scuba diving, snorkeling and nightlife on pubs and bars along the beach. It is one of the best place for relaxation.

If you’re going to scuba diving or snorkeling, you will see water species that are original from the Philippines. You can also try the helmet diving, you can walk around as if you were in land.

To get there, you either fly into Caticlan or Kalibo then you take a vehicle going to Caticlan Jetty Port and take a 10-20 minutes boat ride going to Boracay.

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