The Most Beautiful Beaches in The World
Archipelago is like a puzzle of over 1,000 coral islands of various sizes, surrounded by clear waters of turquoise color.Exotic Palms overshadow the fine sand beaches.Distances between islands are very low, offering the chance to take a ride by boat from one island to another or to live at a time on several islands.Maldives underwater scenery is very beautiful, with temperatures about 25-30 degrees Celsius is ideal for diving, snorkelling, or fishing. Nothing wrong if Maldives is called the “tropical paradise” because of its beautiful beaches, exotic underwater scenery, the location is “hidden” in the middle of the ocean, marine life is abundant and secure.
2.Fernando de Noronha, Brazil
Known as a a diving destination, with dolphins, shipwrecks and psychedelic rock ,this archipelago off the coast of northeast Brazil is an amazing place.The archipelago is called Fernando de Noronha. The islands are the remains of volcanic mountains jutting up from the Atlantic. There are twenty small islands, one larger one, and scores of beautiful beaches where clean sand, pure water and fabulous marine life abound.The island plays host to the largest colony of Western Atlantic tropical seabirds. A tropical island, 545 km away from the coast of the Brazilian State of Pernambuco, some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, with more than 2,000 residents ,creates the opportunity of meeting equilibrated between man and nature.
Whitehaven Beach is located in the Whitsunday Islands and Airlie Beach Region.Whitehaven Beach is a spectacular, picture-perfect white sand beach.The beach has a sand which is pure white silica (which means made up of tiny grains of granite and suitable to be used to create the most precise glass for optical instruments etc.)set against 7kms of clear waters which naturally appear a stunning shade of blue. The sea is an astounding spectrum of turquoise and blue.Whitehaven Beach can be experienced in several ways.
Tulum is a city located in Yucatan, Mexico.This beach is a stretch of powder-soft white sand, and slightly wavy Caribbean ocean in shades of blue and green you never thought possible.Here you can swim in the white sand beaches and can be accompanied by background mayan pyramids in the same time.Scuba enthusiasts can find underground caves.
Caribbean island of Anguilla has 33 public beaches open to all stretched for 20 kilometers and surrounded by coral reefs and clear waters.Chefs of Anguilla is known as the most meticulous and talented culinary artists in the region.You must not miss The Valley, the capital and main town of the island not far from here must visit the underwater cave Prickly Pear Cays a favorite place for water sports lovers.