Wednesday, July 13, 2011

World's Best Beaches

When it comes to travel and leisure, we do not forget being away from work and enjoy the beauty of beaches across the world. There are a lot of beaches that can found depending on your preferences. With its white sand, crystal clear water and great view, a lot of people are getting hooked into it.

Let us take a little tour and discover the beauty of each beach across the world.

Seychelles. It is a group of islands consists of 115 islands. Seychelles is considered as of the most photographed beaches in the world which consists of inner islands which are mostly granitic and is the center of tourism industry, and the outer islands which is composed of low-lying sand cays and atolls and a home for most of species of wildlife.

Maldives. The most dispersed nation in the world, Maldives is a well-known as the Pearl of the Indian Ocean. It consists of 1192 islands with white sand beaches and a lot of reefs good for scuba diving and snorkeling. If you want to go on a holiday trip, Maldives is the right place to be.

Bora Bora, Tahiti. The Bora bora island is the famous single island in the world and is well known as “Romantic Island”. If you’re up for a vacation in an island, Bora bora island is one of the top choices. You can try different types of water sports and have a lot of fun under the sun.

The Hamptons, New York. It is the home for prettiest beaches in Long Island with shoreline that is stretching from Southampton up to the east to the end of the island at Montauk. 

St. Bart's. An eight square mile island is a home of fabulous beaches which is considered a tourist spot. It is one of many great islands in Caribbean. If you are up for a fine French-experience for your vacation, check out this island. You will surely love the accommodations and the people.


  1. I think Bora Bora's beach is the prettiest. Seeing these pictures really makes me think of holidays to Bora Bora.

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