Summer is just getting started. So prepare your swimsuits and your luggage, we are about to show you the best beaches in the world that you can visit this year.
One of the Spanish Canary Islands in West Africa, Lanzarote is known for their good weather, lovely beaches and volcanic landscapes. The place also has an amazing underwater museum designed by British sculptor Jason deCaires Tayloe which is known to be the first in Europe.
2. Punta del Este
Punta del Este is a city and a resort located in the southeast part of Uruguay. It is one of the famous destination of Hollywood celebrities that boasts of its golden sand and night clubs.
Located in the southern Caribbean Sea, Country of Curacao has been associated with the shades of blue because of the deep-blue version of the liquor named Curacao. The liqour itself must have been inspired by the blue waters of this island which is perfect for diving because of its rich underwater resources.
4. San Juan
San Juan in the rich port city of Puerto Rico is becoming one of the top destinations around the globe. It has beautiful beaches, rich cultural landscape, and is also known for its culinary advantages.
5. Todos Santos
Todos Santos is a small town located in Baja, California Peninsula. Lately, the town has earned the eyes of many tourists because of its thriving artist community that displays the many wonders of the town. The place also earned its named as “Pueblo Magico” in 2006.
With five major resorts opening this year, Bali, Indonesia shows no stopping in terms of tourism and luxury vacation. If you haven’t been there, this year would be perfect to finally get a taste of Bali’s natural wonders.
Mozambique is a country in the Southeast Africa known for its rich natural resources and culture. The major tourist attraction in the country is their natural reserve, however, there are also a lot of fun activities in the resorts that you can try out while having your vacation.
Another Caribbean country on the list this year is Haiti. After the overwhelming earthquake hit the country few years ago, the country is back on its knees. New tourism attractions and luxury resorts have been opened and the Unesco World Heritage site, the Citadelle Laferriere, is back on track.
With over sixty public beaches, it’s hard not to fall in love with this island country of Barbados. There are a lot of things that you can do while in this island aside from swimming and diving on their lovely blue beaches, you can also take a tour to their rum plantation or take an adventure in the Harrison’s Cave.
10. Lizard Island
A granite island in Queensland, Lizard Island was regarded as a holy place by ancient Aborigines. It is located in the Great Barrier Reef that gives you a secluded vacation without mobile phone coverage so you can completely enjoy your stay as you get up close with sea turtles, dolphins, manta rays, humpback whales and peculiar reef fishes.
Boracay is a small island located about 200 miles from the capital city of the Philippines. Its wide sand beaches and vibrant night life received a lot of awards from different travel magazines and agencies. It was also known as the Best Island in the World by Travel + Leisure in 2012.
Located in the East Coast of North America, Bermuda has one-of-a kind pink sand beaches and a lot of top restaurants around. Tourism is the second largest industry in the country with over five hundred thousand visitors each year. The place is also known to host the upcoming 10th annual Beach Festival next month in Horseshoe Bay.