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54 Pristine Beaches That Are Perfect for a Summer Getaway

Beach, please!

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Hawaii, Boracay, Carribean Islands. These are just some of the most popular beach getaways for tourists and locals alike when they want to get away from the urban jungle during summer or even just for short holidays. But unbeknownst to some, there are still many other beaches across the world which offer the same kind of experience – clear, blue waters, fine, white sand, and breathtaking landscapes – without the throng of people of course.

Let’s take a look at these heavenly places. Who knows, maybe you can spend your next holiday in one of these spots?

Linapacan Island, Palawan, Philippines

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The Maldives

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Wakatobi, Indonesia

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Peyto Lake, Canada

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Piccaninnie Ponds Conservation Park, Australia

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Dog Island, San Blas, Panama

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Cayo Coco, Cuba

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Los Roques, Venezuela

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Cala Macarelleta, Menorca, Spain

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Sua Trench, Samoa

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Crater Lake, Oregon

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 Jiuzhaigou Valley, Sichuan, China
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Sabah, Malaysia

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Raja Ampat, Indonesia

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Jenny Lake, Wyoming

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Rio Sucuri, Brazil

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Calanque de Sormiou, France

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Panari Island, Okinawa, Japan

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Puerta Ayora, Galapagos

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Lake Tahoe, Nevada

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Cayos Cochinos, Honduras

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Primosten, Croatia

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St. George, Bermuda

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Hanauma Bay, Oahu, Hawaii

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Playa Illetes, Formentera, Spain

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Pupu Springs, New Zealand

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Calanque d’En-Vau, France

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Rio Azul, Argentina

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Corfu, Greece

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Aitutaki, Cook Islands

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Koh Phi Phi Don, Thailand

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Playa Blanca, Colombia

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Blue Lake, New Zealand

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 Konigssee, Germany

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Valle Verzasca, Switzerland

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Navagio Bay, Greece

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Plitvice Lakes, Croatia

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Belo Sur Mer, Madagascar

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Lake Marjorie, California

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Bodrum, Turkey

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The Red Sea

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Skradinski Buk, Croatia

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Laguna Verde, Bolivia

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 Little Corn Island, Nicaragua

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Comino Island, Malta

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Arnensee, Switzerland

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Pianosa Island, Italy

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The Western Red Sea, Egypt

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The Enchanted River, Philippines

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Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands

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Tioman Island, Malaysia

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Bak Bak Beach, Borneo

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Seychelles Islands

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