Pristine water, powdery sands and peace – The beaches we love!


Once the holiday season is over, everyone gets back to their mundane chores. However, there is always an urge to hit to the nearest beach to experience warmth under the sun kissed sky.Don’t let the idea of an over populated beach hold you back from exploring less visited beaches where you can get ample sun tan and calm your nerves by watching white crested waves.

We bring to you some of the most extraordinary beaches from around the world which have not been captured enough in anyone’s camera lenses.

Navagio Beach, Greece – Often referred to as “Smuggler’s Cove” or the shipwreck, the Navagio beach is a gem of Greece. Located on the Zakynthos Island, near Anafotiria Village it is an exposed and isolated sandy cove. Strikingly mesmerizing, it is dotted by limestone cliffs, crystal clear water and white sand beaches. Experience the tranquillity of the beach which is years away from commercialisation.

Tulum, Mexico – A tryst with the Tulum Riviera is an unmatched experience. Tulum is a popular beach, which is exceptionally rich in green water, crispy white sand, plenty sunshine – all coupled with a balmy weather. It is also a hotspot for yoga tourists. Tourists will be in awe of the Mayan ruins that form a beautiful backdrop to the beach.

Zlatni Rat, Croatia – Located on the southern coast of the island Brac in Croatia, Zlatni Rat has been penned down as the most beautiful sight and trademark of Bol. Its shape is quite similar to a white long tongue stretched into the water. The beach is a 500 meter long narrow strip of white pebbles and its shape shifts with the change in wind, tide and current. Owing to its peculiar shifting shapes, it is a protected sight by the government. Now that’s something extraordinary and fascinating and ought to make you vacation a pleasant one. The beach is also surrounded by pine tree forests which provide a perfect retreat for you and family.

Muriwai Beach, New Zealand – New Zealand is paradise for travel aficionados and is one of the top tourist attractions for people all over the world. If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city life, Muriwai beach 45 km northwest of Auckland is a perfect place. The distinct quality that sets apart this beach from the rest is the presence of black sand. There are myriad of activities for the tourists to indulge in – bush walking, surfing, sand yacht for driving, and driving along the beach. Discover a new facet of beach with volcanic black sand, wild surfing and untouched landscape amidst spectacular New Zealand vacation experience.

The Baths, British Virgin Islands – One of the most unique natural wonders, is a “must see” for all adventure seekers. The British Virgin Islands is made up of small islands out of which Virgin Gorda takes the crown for its pristine beaches and sailing opportunities, and above all it is famous for the Baths. What makes the Baths a unique is that it characterises white sand beaches surrounded by grandiose granite boulders. Their odd formation is a result of volcano eruption that resulted years ago. Move away from the crowd, and explore these series caves formed by these boulders.

Praia Do Sancho, Brazil – Oft voted as Brazil’s best beach, Praia Do Sancho is a stunning bay in a striking archipelago of 21 islands. It is accessible via ladders and boats, and rocky cliffs form a beautiful backdrop to the crystal clear water.

White Beach, Philippines – Picking a favourite beach in Philippines is a daunting task; however the White beach stands out among all due to the bohemian beach spirit that it’s most famous for. Whether you are a beach bum or an adventurer, white beach has it all – luxury and exotic spas, powdery white sands, gourmet food, adventure water sports, and vibrant nightlife.

Maya Bay, Thailand – Sheltered by high cliffs on three sides, Maya bay is a stunner! There are several beaches inside the bay, mostly small. Maya bay is more associated with excellent diving and snorkelling opportunities. Tourist throng from Phuket, Phi Phi Don and Krabi to Maya bay and the best time to visit is between November and April.

Whitehaven Beach, Australia – Whitehaven beach is pristine, tranquil, clear and clean. It is a must see 7 km long stretch along the Whitsunday Island for the beach lovers. Its secluded location and spectacular white silica sand make it a photographer’s favourite shot.  At the northern tip of the beach, there is a Hill inlet where the tidal current shifts the sand and water alike to create a striking synthesis of colors.

Anse Source D’Argent, Seychelles – Seychelles is a dream destination for many who simply want to get away from their tiring routine. A perfect secluded archipelago island nestled in the Indian Ocean is popular place among tourists and is away from commercialization. Anse Source D’Argent is one of the popular beaches here which is offset by grandiose granite rocks surrounded with pink sand. The beach is sheltered by a reef that provides calm water for the kids to enjoy. Perfect destination that is ready for exploration awaits your arrival!


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