Isla Mujeres, Mexico
This unostentatious island just offshore from Cancum is an elegant 7km long slice of tranquility has the widh of barely 1km. More important than dimensions is the fact that it is totally unacquainted from the hush and rush of the mainland. Its tropical, untainted sands alongside turquoise waters, has made it a bit of a cult in the region. Chill out by laying on the sun lounger sin Playa Norte where you will be served by warm staff without having to move even a inch. If you fancy more solitude visit Playa Paraiso and Palys Indios.
This enigmatic beach in Hawaii’s is a standout amongst all other Pacific beaches because of two main reasons: The first being the otherworldly hue of sand i.e. grayish-black and second for its seducing natural setting. The beach is backed up by coconut palms which mean if you see it from the skies you get to sea palette of Verdant green (palms), dull black (sands) and cobalt blue (waters). What else could be a better place tom swing a hammock? Moreover your chances of spotting a hawksbill turtle meandering onto the sands for laying eggs are all time high.
North Stradbroke Island, Australia
Straddie as it is popularly known is the island with prodigious sand and you will be stunned to know that its main beach has a 30km long strand of sand. That’s not it, the main beach is further backed up by monstrous sand dunes making it a spiritual home for off-roaders.
There are various isolated spots around Point Lookout, surf in the decent swells of pacific or simply lie down soaking up the sun or may be paddle in the rock pools which are brimming with submarine wildlife. There are also several whale watching excursions available throughout the year, though admittedly chances of you spotting a whale are relatively higher in the peak season.
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