| Author: Joshua Swan

6.Maya Bay Beach, Thailand

This secluded, yet amazing beach became famous after it was featured in the 1999 movie ‘The Beach’ which made it be wildly known by tourists. In order to avoid crowds, if you don’t like them much, visit the beach in the early morning.


7.Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica

Manuel Antonio National Park is the destination of as many as 150,000 visitors annually and well known for its beautiful beaches and hiking trails.

The best time to visit this place is in May and November. The beach is on the Pacific side of narrow Costa Rica, comprised of lush rainforests of the national park. Manuel Antonio was listed by Forbes among the world’s 12 most beautiful national parks in 2011.


8.Horseshoe Bay, Bermuda

If you wish to take a trip to any of the beaches in Bermuda, make sure its Horseshoe Bay. It is Bermuda’s most famous beach Aand was recently rated the No.8 beach in the world by Trip Advisor! So you should expect to see some crowd, especially when the cruise ships are in town.


9.Lanikai Beach, Oahu, Hawaii

Lanikai Beach is located in Lanikai, a community in the town of Kailua and on the windward coast of Oahu, Hawaii. The name ‘Lanikai’ which means “heavenly sea” in the Hawaiian language, rightly suits the beach with such calm and peaceful waters.


10.Tulum, Mexico

Tulum Beach boasts of a rich historical past, unlike any of the other popular beach destinations of the Carribean. The beach hosts the only archaeological site located along the shores or Riveria Maya, as it is one of the last cities inhabited and built by the Mayas.

Most visitors to Tulum like to remain on the beaches located just in front of the Tulum Ruins, but the more pristine beach everyone talks about is just further away south.