- The most famous beaches in the world have been revealed.
- The list is based on Trip Advisor ratings, together with a review of #beach hashtags
- Visit Australia, Mexico, Thailand and more for that ultimate beach escapade.
Instagram has become an important source of travel photos that are too enticing to ignore. If you want to find your next destination, you can just search it on IG and you’ll find tons of gorgeous places you want to include in your bucket list.
If you’re a beach bum, you also know that the social media platform is populated with photos of and information on inviting beach escapades. Along with Trip Advisor ratings and an extensive review on beaches via the #beach hashtag, the world has decided that these are the 12 of the most popular beaches that deserve a spot on your list of to-visit places.
#1. Whitehaven Beach, Australia
Looking for the most “Instagrammable” beach on this planet? Head to Australia for Whitehaven Beach. What’s awesome about this beach is that you can just walk barefoot comfortably even under the heat of the sun. The bright, white sands on the island don’t really retain much heat like sand normally would. The island is only accessible by seaplane, helicopter or by boat – but that didn’t stop anyone from going.
#2. Lanikai Beach, Hawaii
Powdery white sand and inviting turquoise waters will welcome you to one of Hawaii’s best beaches. Calm waters are perfect for kayaking but snorkelers can also enjoy their time exploring the beauty underwater.
#3. Horseshoe Bay, Bermuda
Being one of Bermuda’s famous beaches, expect crowds in this area. The beach is a curved stretch of pink sandy shores and hence the name. Horseshoe Bay offers plenty of cliff diving opportunities for adrenaline junkies.
#4. Cayo Coco Beach, Cuba
This lovely beach in Cuba offers super fine white sand. You might even get the chance to see water flamingos when you’re hanging out on this beach.
#5. Bávaro Beach, Dominican Republic
Bavaro Beach is known for its calm, turquoise waters and palm-fringed shores – definitely deserving to be in one of the world’s best.
#6. Boulders Beach, South Africa
Boulders Beach – it’s Cape Town’s most frequented beach and it’s where you can have a close encounter with African penguins.
#7. Bournemouth Beach, United Kingdom
Bournemouth’s most striking feature is its golden sands that stretch a total of seven miles. Visitors also feel that Mediterranean vibe when visiting Bournemouth.
#8. Pink Sands Beach, Bahamas
It’s popular and it’s also one of the most unique beaches in the world for obvious reasons. The pink hue is a result of thousands of broken corals and shells left by tiny sea creatures with pink and red shells, called foraminifera.
#9. Ao Nang Beach, Thailand
Ao Nang is Krabi Province’s busiest beach destination. Ao Nang Beach is the place to be if you want to capture that picturesque sunset scene.
#10. Playa Paraiso Beach, Mexico
Palm-fringed shores, white sands, and aqua waters and in Mexico – what more can you ask for?
#11. Grace Bay, Turks and Caicos
This amazing beach is a highlight of Turks and Caicos. Anyone visiting Providenciales should never miss Grace Bay Beach.
#12. Dreamland Beach, Indonesia
Dreamland Beach in Bali, Indonesia is an attractive spot for surfers. It is considered one of the hidden beaches of Bali. The limestone cliffs give the beach its secluded vibe.
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