World’s most exotic and best beaches you can visit year-round

With all the amazing beaches around the world, sometimes it’s hard to choose which one to go to next. Sometimes it’s needed to get a little bit of sand between your toes and sea salt in your hair to feel like life is good. So, here are some of the world’s best beaches to visit when you need a little bit of sunshine in your life.

Matira Beach, Bora Bora, French Polynesian Islands

Bora Bora is most well-known for celebrities who vacation there, but its beaches are absolutely breathtaking. On this beach, you can see clean white sand and sparkling blue water. In fact, the water in Bora Bora is so clear that you can see the seaweed on the ocean floor. To get the most out of this beach, it’s best to stay in a bungalow on the water or a hotel that is right on the sea. But there are more affordable places available that require very little traveling time to the nearest beach. The best part about this beach is that, if you sit on the sand and face the sea, you have a lush forest behind you.

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Seven Mile Beach, Negril, Jamaica

This is the beach with the most interesting name by far, but the name tells the truth. On this beach, you will find 7 miles of white sand and you will see clear water until the horizon. Sunsets on this beach are beautiful because it looks like the sun is slowly setting into the water. The surrounding area has cliffs where you can go cliff diving into the sea, or you can sit on top of the cliffs and marvel at the view. Not to mention that Jamaica is famous for having the best Islands with the best weather.

Mahai’ula Beach, Hawaii

Even though you’ll have to ask a local how to pronounce the name of this beach, it is still one of the best places to visit. This beach is charming because it is untouched. So, if you like personal space then this beach is great for you as it is not very busy. The reason for this is that it is not a swimming beach but rather a beach that is better to visit for fishing or to just sit and relax. It is also about one mile away from the popular Makalawena Beach.

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Grace Bay, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos

This isn’t just one beach but rather a five-mile stretch of beaches that were renovated in the 1980s to have luxury hotels and condominiums right near it. It has won the World Travel Awards several years in a row and is famous for diving. Snorkeling is also popular here as there are miles of coral reefs near the shore as well as caves and hills to explore. Not to mention bays for ships and yachts that are perfect for going further into the ocean.

The Baths, Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands

These beaches are so famous for their surroundings. Like the other beaches, these feature sparkling blue water and white sand. But the difference is that these beaches also have gorgeous rocks and cliffs that have been hollowed to allow for lagoons that go into the mountains. They make for stunning photographs and a peaceful atmosphere.
All we can say – make sure to visit these beaches and make the most out of the beautiful planet we live on!

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