If you’re planning a tropical escape, maybe your dream vacation on a beach, here are some suggestions:
Beach, the word itself gives a calm sensation. Most of us must have dreamed to have a long balmy holiday by the beach side. Two thirds of Earth is covered by water an essential element to form a beach and there are numerous beaches around the world with distinct features. Picture a calm colorful evening as the setting sun rays disperse in different colors, the tides soaring and the chilly wind serenading. Millions around the world travel to various beach destinations for a tranquil relaxing vacation. Beaches are preferred for various attractions; warm golden sand, snorkeling, surfing, scuba diving and many other activities in and out of the pristine deep waters.
Here are the 5 Must Visit Tropical Beach Destinations
In the Giant South Pacific Ocean, there are hundred and eighteen tropical islands. Among all those island in French Polynesia Bora Bora stands distinct. Bora Bora is a volcanic island that is in the northwest of Tahiti in French Polynesia. While touring here, water activities such as kitesurfing, parasailing, diving and hiking along with sight-seeing and pearl shopping are quite famous. Bora Bora island is 19 km long with lush land has some of the most mesmerizing lagoons edged by fine white sandy shores.
Turks and Ciacos
The Turks and Caicos Islands are located 925 km southeast of Miami, Florida, roughly midway between the Bahamas and the Dominican Republic. Turks and Caicos Islands have some of the planet’s most ethereal turquoise seas and finest, powdery sand beaches, and are surrounded by the globe’s third-largest coral reef. Located in the Atlantic Ocean the tropical islands Turks and Ciacos special features are sailing, game fishing, and scuba diving among the coral reef which attracts many tourists to the islands. Traditional island music incorporates Haitian and African influences, and live music at hotels and clubs is popular among local people.
In the gorgeous Pacific Ocean lies Hawaii with active volcanoes, towering cliffs, and dense jungle. The Hawaiian Islands have some of the best natural scenery. The aboriginal culture of Hawaii is Polynesian. Hawaii represents the northernmost extension of the vast Polynesian Triangle of the south and central Pacific Ocean. It has some of the best beaches in the world. Some of the islands are built around the high drama of intense waves crashing against razor-sharp lava rocks. Some islands are so remote that they are only accessible by helicopter or landing watercraft and some are so hidden and gorgeous that they need to remain a secret. Don’t forget to surf the waves and have a time of your life at Hawaii.
Seychelles is said to be a gift from Mother Nature. The magical tropical islands are dispersed across the Indian Ocean. 115 mystical islands lie beside each other. The beauty of the Seychellois beaches is beyond words and unmatched anywhere else in the world: exquisite ribbons of powdery-soft white sand are lapped by turquoise waters and backed by palm tree covered hills and big rocky boulders. Diving, snorkeling and watching coral reefs are must try when you’re here.
Acquiring 297.8 square km Maldives lies in the equator towards the south of India. Maldives has the visible coral tips of an oceanic volcanic mountain range whose outer edge at some points plunge to depths of over 2 miles (3 km). Since the 12th century AD there were also influences from Arabia in the language and culture of the Maldives because of the conversion to Islam and its location as a crossroads in the central Indian Ocean. The islands are blessed with stunning white beaches, crystal clear blue lagoons and incredible underwater wildlife.