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Top 10 Most Exotic Beaches in the World – 2020 Guide

The beaches are often among the places which put you at ease. The gentle lapping of the waters, the sparkling white sand, the palm trees and the surrounding hills, along with the sun shining bright, instantly uplifts your spirits. Therefore it is no wonder that hundreds of people across the world prefer a place with a beach for vacations. So if you’re planning to choose a place for your next vacation, here is a list for you to choose from. You can also refer to worlds-exotic-beaches.com for other exotic beaches across the world.

1. Anse Source d’Argent, La Digue Island, Seychelles

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Situated on the third most populated island of Seychelles, the Anse Source d’Argent is truly a sight to behold. The coast of this beach is covered with white sands which are lapped by the clear emerald waters of the ocean. To add to this beauty, the beach also has huge granite boulders and low lying palm trees which make the landscape look as if it’s straight out of an animated movie.You can rent a bicycle and visit the shores of this beach which is famous for its green sea turtles, black reef shark and whale shark. Water sporting activities on the beach like snorkeling and diving can let you catch a glimpse of this exotic fauna.

2. Railay Beach, Krabi, Thailand

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One of the most sought after oceans of Thailand, Railey Beach, is the perfect nature retreat. The sandy shores of this beach are sandwiched by tranquil blue waters on one side and limestone cliffs on the other side. There are secret caves and lagoons among the limestone cliffs which are fed during the high tide. It offers plenty of adventure sport for people looking for some activities while others can just sit back and relax amidst this tropical haven.

3. Benagil Sea Cave beach, Algarve, Portugal

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Located on the southern coast of Portugal, Benagil is a small fishing village that has recently gained popularity owing to the giant sea cave beach. The beach is one of its kind because it is situated inside a cave. The shore of the beach is shaded by the overhead rocky terrain and can be reached by boat. The coastline of the beach is lined by stunning rock formations and scenery.

4. Whitehaven Beach, Queensland, Australia

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Once named as the best beach of Australia, the Whitehaven beach receives its name owing to the white silica sand on its shores which has a near luminescent character. This picturesque beach stretches for around seven kilometers along the Queensland coast and is highlighted by the sandy swirls of turquoise green waters. The beautiful beach is visited by tourists all-round the year, who mostly come for the famous barbeque lunch offered by the beach resorts and for camping.

5. El Nido, Palawan, Philippines

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The El Nido beach on Palawan Island is popularly known as the last frontier of the Philippines. It is an island beach that is dotted with stunning marble cliffs and spectacular lagoons filled with crystal clear green waters. Off the shore, there is an underground river running under stalactites which ultimately emerges and connects to the sea forming beautiful landscapes surrounded by rocky terrain. The El Nido beach is an ideal place for people who like an adventure; because apart from the usual snorkeling and scuba diving activities you can choose to hike through the surrounding lush green mangroves forests and explore the magnificent waterfalls and old historic caves.

6. MatiraBeach, Bora Bora, French Polynesian Islands

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Bora Bora is one of the most beautiful islands that make up French Polynesia. It boasts of many beautiful places, the most popular being the Matira Beach. Known for its pristine shores, Matira Beach is one of the most sought after tourist attractions. The various blue-green shades of the water, the remarkable coral gardens and the gigantic volcanoes surrounding the area truly make this place a unique ecosystem. You can choose to go diving or just relax on the shores while soaking up the sun.

7. Baia Do Sancho, Fernando de Noronha, Brazil

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Known as the best beach in the world, Baia Do Sancho beach is located on the small island of Fernando de Noronha. You have to go through a long wooden walkway and a vertical tunnel to get to the beach. However, the trek is worth your time since at the end of it awaits a breathtaking view of the beach with its sandy shore and green waters. Once you get to the bay area, which is surrounded by high cliffs, you can enjoy water sports or watch the dolphins. If you’re lucky you might get to the see a few turtles which frequent the beach. The monsoons transform this beach magically by forming two natural waterfalls that fall from the surrounding cliffs and empty into the sea.

8. Tulum, Riviera Maya, Mexico

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Tulum is actually a small town in Mexico that has spectacular seaside along its coastline. This place highlights the unique conjunction of the sandy beach waters with cultural heritage. The well-preserved ruins of the Mayan port city are situated over the rocky cliffs which overlook the pristine Caribbean waters of the beach. The surrounding mangroves forest and natural limestone sinkholes make this place worth a visit.

9. PolihaleBeach, Hawaii, Usa

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Polihale Beach is the longest ocean stretch on the western side of Kauai, in Hawaii. Famous for its striking neon blue water and pristine white sand, this beach is one of the most beautiful and unspoiled oceans in the world. The sky turns purple and orange during sunset and the last rays of the sun paint the surrounding cliffs in golden hues, transforming this beach into a dreamland.

10. Camps Bay, Cape Town, South Africa

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The Camps Bay in South Africa is an affluent suburb that overlooks the sea. The adjoining ocean has a collection of tiny boulders along the shore which forms natural rock tidal pools and makes it a great spot for picnics. Camps bay has The Twelve Apostles mountain range in the background forming a scenic recreational retreat. There are many posh cafes and restaurants along the shore serving delectable dishes making this a popular spot for celebrities and tourists.

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