It is summer once again and many of us are starting to plan a tropical getaway trip now. According to one of the travelers’ readers in their present readers’ choice rewards, the top island beaches of the world are the following:
Blue Beach (La Chiva), Vieques, Puerto Rico
The beach of Vieques were constantly being ranked and praised among the top beaches in the Caribbean and in the world as well. At the Isla de Vieques you may actually experience what it is really like to be going back to the old time, where you may experience the Caribbean beaches and how they are used to be many decades ago. The beaches here in Vieques, ideally portrayed the attraction of Puerto Rico that had existed about 6-7 decades ago. The small island has this thin, long, stretch of ideal clear and sand water in the thousand shades of the blue make. Since it is accessed only through parking in a 21 tiny turnoff in unpaved, bumpy, road in the core of the western island of National Wildlife Refuge, then getting there is really an adventure. Snorkel around a little cay or manuscript trip with one of the island’s workers for a trip to the secret underwater corner.
Parrot Cay, Turks and Caicos
is one private island resort in the Turks and Caicos Islands. The island has long beaches and features a high-end beach resort that has 61 rooms. It is located in south east of Miami that may be reached by the 35-minute ride by boat from the Providenciales, Turks and Caicos main island. It is also the home of one of the luxury resorts and some private villas.
Lindquist Beach, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands
The beach is just of the most adorable and pristine beaches. The turquoise, crystal clear, gorgeous water is ideal for swimming. Heading to the west, the swimming spot provides gives way to one more area of the bay, the very shallow ledge with tide pools. Its shore is enclosed with white, bright sound with the faintest pink touch. The sand is perfect and soft for a game like building sand castles, Frisbee, strolling along the seashore or just sit-back and enjoyed the incredible view of the British Virgin Islands and St. John. Snorkeling may be enjoyed at the right portion of the beach and the core area has so little shades as the tree line-up stretches mostly low-out brush. Amenities comprise lifeguard, bathrooms and picnic tables where you may enjoy a picnic of conch chowder under a sea grape tree or in the coconut grove. The place is typically quiet during weekdays, but becomes livelier during weekends, because the locals are throwing small parties.
Orient Bay Beach, St. Martin
Orient Bay is a coastal beach and community on a French side of an island in the Caribbean in Saint Martin. It lies on the east coast island and this beach is so famous here that a portion of the south side of the beach used by a naturist. If you don’t want to just swim in a beach, at the Orient Bay Beach, you can party all day having to enjoy that blue waters and scenic white sand as your backdrop. There are also so many clubs and bars dot the total stretch, and since it became populated, staying here is just easier because of its being two miles away from the airport.
Treasure Beach, Jamaica
This is a 6-mile-long coastline that is in fact divided into a total of caves, with 4 welcoming the public of coral-colored but sometimes black sands, rocky shores and private coves. In the Calabash Bay, the friendly fishermen dock the brightly painted canoes while the visitors swarm, and patiently waiting at the beachfront stands and cafes, so they may be first one to enjoy the view. There are so many other Jamaican dishes, like the curried goat, pumpkin soup and jerked meat that are all available at the roadside stands of the Treasure Beach. While you will be in love with the sleepy fishing villages situated at each of them, you may take pleasure in some snorkeling and spectacular swimming along the intact rock shorelines. There are also other activities that you can enjoy like biking, hiking, and the mellow vibes of the kicking back of the sun with the cold Red Stripe on-hand.
Matira Beach, Bora Bora, French Polynesia
Matira is one the top popular Tahiti’s beaches because of many reasons: First, the mile-long broadened silky, powdered-white, sand slopes softly into the thin emerald lagoon that is backed-up by the thick curtain of the humid foliage and palms. This is usually described as one of the most gorgeous beaches in the world. Matira Beach is open to the public on their main island and everyone is so welcome here that you don’t need to pay a 5-star resort just to enjoy the beauty of their beach. There is a really fun atmosphere here that gives natural shade from the palm trees, easy snorkeling and safe swimming.
Palm Beach, Aruba
Palm Beach is one of the tourist spots that is around Oranjestad, the capital city of Aruba. There are a number of high building hotels that are located here, a shopping district that is adjacent to their hotels known as the Mall of Palm Beach Plaza. The little North Palm Beach called as the Malmok Beach can be found here, with the small sandy strip that is running all the way and to the northern point of Aruba. There are smaller apartments that are luxurious and complexes for the holiday homes which are located along the dead-end Boulevard. The Arashi Beach, Boca Catalina (snorkeling) and Hadicurari Beach (kiting) are just some of the famous locations here. You may try snorkeling or parasailing before finally sit-down to enjoy the barefoot lunch at the Pelican Pier Bar in the morning and then head to a closeby casino, nightclubs and restaurants in the night.
Reduit Beach, St. Lucia
One of the known Windward Islands, the Saint Lucia which was named after their state Saint by the French, Lucy of Syracuse, whom were the first European settlers of the island. This is the only state in the world that was named after a Saint woman. The Legend states sailors from a French State were shipwrecked here, thus calling the island give the honor of their Sainte Lucie. It is situated around 10 minutes south of the Pigeon Island State Park and you can take far-off views of the Fort Rodney while having that lounge on your towel. Whether you are hunting looking for a nice spot to windsurf or just a place to have some bite to eat, this is the beach that can frame picturesque of Rodney Bay because it has everything you will ever need. It is walking distance from the Reduit Beach village with the luxury resorts, but they still retained the relaxing beach sense that is ideal for your quiet getaway.
El Nido, Palawan, Philippines
Shockingly, yes! But Palawan remains progressively under the radar, although it goes on to rank higher. El Nido it is a home to about fifty white sand beaches and it is really impossible to select only one because all of which were set with their dramatic limestone structures and boast the premium and whitest sand that you have to see. Its water is really a blindingly blue that creates the Caribbean Sea appearance murky with its comparison. El Nido is included in one of the peak tourist destinations when in Palawan, because of their enchanting lagoons, towering marble cliffs to its beaches with a hundred white sands, mangrove forest and lush jungles, waterfalls and prehistoric caves, and this also makes them referred as “Philippines Last Frontier”.
Honokalani Beach, Maui, Hawaii
Maui’s popular black sand beach, known as Honokalani Beach is situated in the Waianapanapa State Park, which is about 3-miles north of the Hana town, is really more than just an ordinary beach. The place was historically very important for Hawaiians because of the different Hawaiian legends regarding the place. The place is deemed sacred by the Hawaiians. The park itself encompassed the beach, wind-twisted foliage, lava caves, Hawaii’s hugest Heiau (a temple), blow holes and stone arches. The park is extremely interesting with hiking activities through, and there are lava tubes and some spring-fed, wet sea caves. Because of its tourist attractions and history, photographers are dreaming of taking their best shots here to have a mark for their names.