Anse Lazio, Praslin, Seychelles
Located in the Parslin Island at its Northwest end, it is the most luxuriant beach is all of Sychelles. By features it is long and broad with the sand of a velvety texture. The beach has at its periphery palm and takamaka trees. The blue of the sea therefore forms a photographer’s bounty against these contrasts.
Matira Beach, Bora Bora, French Polynesia
The gentle slope of this beach with its white sand surface makes it the most talked of beach in the Tahiti region. Thick foliage of palm and other natural trees make it a scenic beauty to pas time in. The beach is open to public while the rest of the beaches are owned by the private hotels in the area.
Waipio Valley Beach, Big Island, HI
The road to Waipio valley is an adventure of its own. The curves are sharp and the road is narrow, making it an exhilarating drive by car. The beach to which this road takes it visitors is formed from volcanic residue. On the other side is the steep cliff towering 2000 feet above.
Honopu Beach, Kauai, HI
It is another beach which is quite secluded by accessibility. Visitor has to reach Kalalau Beach and swim across from there. It is a span of a quarter mile to be swum. The destination beach is then something to keep the visitor in wonder. The cliffs bordering this beach are filled with natural vegetation and soar into the sky above. It has been prime location for many popular film shoots like King Kong, Seven Nights.
Honokalani Beach, Wai’anapanapa State Park, Maui, HI
Another beach formed from remains of volcanic activities. The beach has pebbles formed from lava. The geographic topography of the beach and its perimeter makes it perfect for shutter bugs to click away at pleasure. The caves and the cliffs also make for adventure lovers and explorers to whet their inquisitive appetite.
El Castillo, Tulum, Riviera Maya, Mexico
Located in Mexico, this beach forms the base of a towering cliff formed of limestone. The crystal clear water of the sea is the end point of the sloping sandy beach which has a silvery sheen in it. The other point of interest is the El Castilo ruins which stands high above the beach and can be viewed with all its splendour.
Fraser Island, Queensland, Australia
The island on which this beach is located has a distinction being included in the World Heritage list of places. It has been acclaimed as the largest sand island all over the world. The beach is surrounded by foliage which transforms into rainforest with live residents in them.
Lopes Mendes, Ilha Grande, Brazil
This secluded and less visited beach in Brazil is any day a better place to go to than the Rio. The crystalline water is beached by white sand. Untouched and unspoilt nature is what visitors to this beach get to experience. No shacks or restaurants have been constructed here and this leaves the beach a virgin one even to date.
Blinky Beach, Lord Howe Island, Australia
Located on the east side of Lord Howe Island, this beautiful beach makes a lasting impression of its own upon its visitors. The water here is azure in appearance and the sand is powder white. The backdrop of tall sand dunes adds to the picturesque beauty of the beach.
El Nido, Palawan, Philippines
One other secluded and not oft visited beach, leaving its beauty untarnished. It is in reality a formation of 50 beaches around limestone formations. The blue of the sea and the white of the sand is something that adds purity to the whole beach.