Top 10 Beaches in the World

Beachside destinations will always be one of the many highlights in a tourist’s book of travels. And with so many beautiful beaches around the world, explorers seeking a calm and pleasant experience will be pampered with impressive choices. From the sandy Carribeans to the sunny Hawaiian coast, beaches are a great place to get your dose of sun, sand, and sea and build unforgettable memories with friends and family.

Are you going on holiday soon? The world is brimming with picturesque and jaw-dropping beaches where you can head out for an expedition. But if you’re looking for the “best of the best,” here are the world’s top ten beaches you should visit this 2021:

Whitehaven Beach – Whitsunday Island, Australia

Topping TripAdvisor’s list of The World’s Best Beaches this 2021 is Australia’s Whitehaven Beach, located in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef. The famous beach is one of the world’s most unspoiled beaches, and its pure and pristine environment (and impossibly white sand!) has given millions of tourists a top-notch beach experience.

Santa Maria Beach – Cayo Santa Maria, Cuba

Cayo Santa Maria is a perfect destination for desert island dreamers. With only seven all-inclusive resorts and no towns, the glorious beach is one of Cuba’s best-kept secrets. It’s a secluded sanctuary where one can lay back and relax on the hammocks and beach chairs or explore the region’s pristine reefs containing healthy corals and large schools of colorful fish. Indeed, Cayo Santa Maria is a must-see!

Baia do Sancho – Fernando de Noronha, Brazil

Conquer the lush rocky cliffs cradling Baia do Sancho and victoriously enjoy the pristine beach below. Its initial leisurely stroll along the dirt trail that features breathtaking overlooks abruptly ends with a ladder that drops into a dark, narrow, cave-like crevasse. Once you shimmy down the damp rocks and reach the sand, the reward of emerald forests and turquoise waters await. There’s definitely more to see at Baia do Sancho!

Grace Bay Beach – Providenciales, Turks and Caicos

Grace Bay Beach is the hallmark of the Turks and Caicos Islands. It’s a recipient of many designations, awards, and accolades, as the pristine beach boasts clean turquoise water and soft white sand without a trace of rocks, seaweed, or pollution. It is also home to nearly all of the large and luxury resorts on Providenciales, and much of the boat and water sports traffic that takes place near Providenciales occurs in the shallow waters between the beach and the barrier reef. Excellent and breath-taking, Grace Bay Beach is surely one you shouldn’t miss!

Saint Pete Beach – Florida, United States

Kick back on the sandy white beaches of St. Pete and let the balmy waters of the Gulf of Mexico lap at your toes. A Pinellas County destination and home of award-winning beaches, St. Pete Beach is where you can find the architecturally and historically grand Don CeSar resort. It’s also close to attractions and conveniently situated near cultural and cosmopolitan attractions of St. Petersburg, Clearwater, and Tampa, offering the perfect balance for the casual, laid-back beach bum and attraction seeker. Best of all, you don’t even have to leave the country!

Turquoise Bay – Exmouth, Australia

Known as one of Australia’s best beaches, Turquoise Bay is the perfect spot to spend an afternoon relaxing, swimming, and snorkeling. Step into its aptly-named pristine waters, and you’re swimming within a few meters of Ningaloo Reef. Walk along the beach towards the southern end and let the current take you over the reef for a fantastic snorkeling experience. You’ll see colorful coral, turtles, squid, and more than 500 fish species reflecting every color of the rainbow that lives in and around the reef. Yes, let Turquoise Bay give you an unforgettable experience.

Eagle Beach – Eagle Beach, Aruba

Famous for its pristine and soft white sand, Eagle Beach is the widest beach in Aruba. It offers beautiful Caribbean ocean views, shaded areas, dreamy beach huts, and various water sports to enjoy. It is home to two of the most photographed and renowned fofoti trees in Aruba, with its trademark silhouette pointing to the Caribbean. You’ll also get a chance to encounter the four sea turtle species that nest in Aruba, as most of their nests are on the actual beach!

Spiaggia dei Conigli – Lampedusa, Italy

Lying five kilometers away from Lampedusa town, Spiaggia Dei Conigli is a bit tricky to find but truly worth the effort. The beach often gets compared to those of the Caribbean mainly because of its crystal clear blue waters and soft white sand. Tourists spend the day sunbathing and dunking in its irresistible waters, and a nature reserve located on the beach is also available for anyone to enjoy.

Ka’anapali Beach – Hawaii, United States

Once named America’s best beach, Ka’anapali Beach remains to be Maui’s most popular getaway. The beach features three miles of white sand and crystal clear water and is home to the open-air Whalers Village, a world-class shopping complex of shops and restaurants, a renowned whaling museum, and free Hawaiian entertainment. Kaanapali also has two championship golf courses, the Royal Kaanapali and the Kaanapali Kai, where you may even see a breaching whale as you try to line up a shot.

Baía dos Golfinhos – Praia da Pipa, Brazil

Famous for its impeccable nature, calm waters, and prestigious dolphin shows (in their natural habitat), Baia dos Golfinhos beach is the only beach around the area accessed during the dry tide. Once the tide rises, the waves reach the base of the cliffs, and it makes it difficult or, at certain times of the year, make it impossible to reach or leave the beach.

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