These are The 5 Most Secluded and Amazing Beaches of the World
When you’re trying to relax on the beach, the last thing you want is to deal with noise and disturbances. The best beach experience is one that is uninterrupted by these distractions. If you’re looking to enjoy complete solitude on a gorgeous beach, being able to hear the sound of the ocean waves crashing on the shore, feel the soft white sand between your toes, then you’ll definitely want to check out these destinations.
The beach lies near Agios Georgios in Greece and is only accessible by boat. It’s one of the most well known and photographed beaches in the whole of Greece. The beach goes by many names: Smuggler’s Cove, Navagio Beach, Shipwreck Beach- no matter what you call it, it’s a sight to behold. It gets its name from the shipwreck that lies in between the cliffs. The shipwreck is a ship full of illegal cigarettes that lost its engines and washed ashore in 1983.
Robles Point, Ambergris Caye, Belize
Ambergris Caye (pronounced ‘key’) is a small island about 35 miles NE off the coast of Belize City, Belize in the Western Caribbean Sea. It has recently become a tourist hot spot offering diving, sailing, fishing. Ambergris Caye is blessed with a living coral reef running along its entire length of the east coast.
Ko Adang, Thailand
This scenic beach has densely forested hills surrounding it, white-sand and healthy coral reefs. There are hidden trails which lead to amazing tumbling waterfalls, including “Pirate’s Falls”, which is rumored to have been a freshwater source for pirates.
Bai Dai Beach, Vietnam
Located 20 km south of Nha Trang near Mia Resort, this beach is definitely worth a visit. Bai Dai Beach meaning “Long Beach” is a favorite with locals. Major tourism has not yet touched this beach. Development to accomodate tourists has begun. The beach is basically home to local food vendors and water sport rentals.
Whitehaven Beach, Australia
This beach is a slice of paradise, with its warm turquoise colored water and soft, impeccably white sand. Located in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef, it is simply heaven on earth. The sand is 98 percent white silica, which gives it a brilliant, near luminescent color. The beach is only accessible by boat or helicopter. If you plan on staying awhile, you’ll have to plan ahead because there are no restaurants, bars, or hotels.
So now you can start planning your warm weather getaway.