10 Must-See Beaches In 2014



10 Must-See Beaches In 2014


 

When somebody thinks of traveling or unwinding, one of the first things that come to his mind is beach. Undeniably, beaches are among the favorite destinations of many people because such destinations do not just offer a sense of tranquility and inner peace but also majestic views of God’s creations, from blue seas, mountains to shores. Because people find going to beaches as one of the best ways to get away from the chaos of the city, beach resorts are among the most in-demand tourist attractions in the world especially during summer. Hundreds of beaches across the globe offer plenty of activities and picturesque views to travelers, but only a few of them can offer experiences that leave a mark on the minds and hearts of their guests. Here is a list of ten must-see beaches this 2014:

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10.  Kauna’oa Bay, Hawaii

A heavenly spot in Hawaii, Kauna’oa Bay is a crescent-shaped beach that is notable for its clear, blue water, white sand and palm trees along its shores. This beach is best for travelers who love sunbathing and swimming as well as for beach bummers who love snorkeling or riding boogie boards. Located on this island is a historical hotel which gav...

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9.  Langkawi, Malaysia

Also known as “the land of one’s wishes,” the island of Langkawi is one of the best in Malaysia. Its features several white sand beaches with sandy bays that are best for beach bummers. Its most developed stretch, the Pantai Cenang, is among the most favorites because of its trendy bars and restaurants at night. The beaches are also surrounde...

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8.  St. Barts

Nestled in the Caribbean Sea, St. Barts is a world-class beach destination that boasts of its pristine strips of sand and turquoise waters. Shallow reefs surround and protect the island as well as provide one of the best snorkeling and diving opportunities to tourists. The beaches of St. Barts are very rarely overcrowded so it is very ideal for tra...

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7.  Fraser Island, Australia

This heritage island in Queensland, Australia is a World Heritage site that is known to be the largest sand island in the world. It is also popular for its sand dunes, forests and plant communities near its shores. These dunes are colonized by grass and coastal plants, adding beauty to the beach. This sand island is home to one of the most wonderfu...

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6.  Nantucket Island, Massachusetts

Located 30 miles south of Cape Cod in Massachusetts, the Nantucket Island is a popular tourist destination during summer. Its population shoots up to around 50,000 during this season because of the influx of tourists from different parts of the world. Two of the most world-renowned beaches located on this island are the Surfside and Children’s Be...

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5.  Lanikai Beach, Hawaii

Lanikai Beach in Hawaii is famous for its sparkling sand and tropical plants. Considered one of the most picturesque beaches in the world, Lanikai features palm trees that sway over pristine, white shorelines protected by coral reefs. Its name means “heavenly sea” in Hawaiian language because of its miles-long beach filled with fine white sand ...

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4.  The Hamptons, New York

Located in New York City, The Hamptons is a group of hamlets that form one of the world’s most famous seaside resorts. Lying along its shores are some of the costliest properties in the United States. This part of the United States boasts of its unspoiled shoreline as well as their windswept dunes bordering the Atlantic Ocean. Among its popular b...

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3.  Bora Bora, Tahiti

The island of Bora Bora is one of the Society Islands of French Polynesia and is surrounded by a barrier reef and lagoon. It is a major international tourist destination and is best known for its aqua-centric luxury resorts, as well as the remnants of an extinct volcano that lie at its center. Bora-Bora features 18 miles of long and lush sandy shor...

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2.  Maldives

An island nation in the Indian Ocean, Maldives lies between Minicoy Island and the Chagos Archipelago and is one of the most popular destinations for people who love beaches. It is in the island of Maldives that one can find some of the most picturesque beaches in the world, with pure, talcum powder sand and exquisite shorelines. Most of its beache...

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1.  Seychelles

Seychelles lies about 1,500 kilometers east of mainland Africa. This archipelago nation is considered among the most photographed beaches in the world because of its beauty. This archipelago is composed of 155 scenic islands, the most famous of which are the Mahe Island, Praslin Island, La Digue Island, Bird Island, and Fregate Island. Seychalles i...

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