Eazy Travels & Tours: Top 10 Best Beaches In The World
- October 18, 2021
Contrary to the title of this article, it is actually not possible to rank the world’s best beaches because preferences will differ. However, the factors people look out for when ranking a beach as a good one are amenities, accessibility, swimming & water sports, scenery, and relaxation amongst others.
Be that as it may, after research and curated experiences of expert travelers, check out our 10 best beaches in the world. From long to enclosed, and coral to sandy, it should come as no surprise that most of these beaches are located in the world’s best beach destinations.
1. Santa Maria Beach, Cuba
One of the best beaches in Cuba is Santa Maria. It has a peaceful ambiance and clear waters, perfect for floating and relaxing, and let’s not forget the array of small fish and dolphins swimming around that you’re bound to encounter.
2. Polihale Beach, USA
Polihale is undoubtedly the Hawaiian archipelago’s most beautiful beach. It is one of the world’s most scenic islands, is several miles from the nearest town, and holds a vibe of enchantment and mystery to date.
3. Navagio Beach, Greece
Navagio beach is an isolated yet strikingly beautiful sandy cove on the Greek island of Zakynthos. It is popularly referred to as the Shipwreck Beach because it is home to the wreck of a smuggler’s ship. The area is defined by its sheer limestone cliffs, white-sand beaches, and clear blue water, which attract thousands of tourists annually. The strip of beach is accessed only by boat, but you can see it from above if you stand on the high side of the surrounding cliffs.
4. Grace Bay, Providenciales
Picture a dose of luxury in the Caribbean, and Grace Bay Beach is what you get. This beach is the benchmark of the Turks and Caicos Islands. The sand is white and soft, the water clear and perfect for snorkeling.
5. Long Beach, Canada
There aren’t many tropical beaches whose breathtaking beauty can make one speechless. Thankfully, Long Beach is one of them. It is the longest sandy beach on Canada’s Vancouver Island, which offers enthralling scenic views and an unmatched maritime wilderness. The beach is backed by lush rainforests and cool pounding surf. Best of all, twenty-thousand grey whales migrate up this coast every spring & summer.
6. Baio De Sancho Beach, Brazil
If secluded beaches are your poison, Baia do Sancho can do you no harm. The beach is remote and shadowed by luscious green cliffs, offering a secluded oasis. You reach the beach by scaling descending ladders and stone steps, and whilst it is a bit of a hike, once you reach the bottom it is definitely worth it.
7. Camps Bay, Cape Town, South Africa
Cape Town is one of the world’s most beautiful cities, and that’s partly because it boasts of some of the most magnificent beaches on its doorstep. Camps Bay is Cape Town’s most popular beach, that holds blinding white sand set against the majestic backdrop of the Twelve Apostles Mountain Range and Table Mountain, Camps Bay’s water is quite cold, due to the currents in the Atlantic Ocean, but don’t let that stop you from enjoying the amazing experience and scenery it offers.
8. Whitehaven Beach, Australia
Whitehaven Beach is protected by the Whitsunday Islands National Park and is located in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef. Australia’s most famous beach is 7km long and is awash with blue, turquoise, and green water. The sand is pure white with an almost luminescent sheen. You can reach the beach via a helicopter or seaplane, or you can sail to Whitehaven Beach with one of the many yacht excursions in the area.
9. Eagle Beach, Aruba
A trip to Aruba sounds very exotic but it wouldn’t be complete without stopping by at Eagle Beach. It is the widest beach in Aruba perfect for an idyllic setting to unwind, either by yourself or with your friends or family.
10. Seven Mile Beach, Jamaica
Just as the name implies, seven Mile Beach goes on that far. The Jamaican stretch of sand is known for its clear water and perfect temperatures. There are Shady palm trees on the beach that offer both shade and solace, hence so you will always find a spot to relax. The vibe is serene and laid-back, which is perfect for exploring the Caribbean coastline.
Thankfully, you now have a lot to go on when considering your next beach vacation spot. Which beach would it be?