Top 3 Beaches That You Need to Visit in 2019
Island beaches implore dreams of paradise offering an escape from the daily rat race. They offer a perfect piece of sand where you can relax under whispering palms and gaze at a tranquil blue sea. However, not every island beach offers the same serenity and calmness.
The beauty of some of these islands has within the sea that surrounds them captivating connoisseurs worldwide with its crystal-clear water and flourishing coral life. While other islands feature opulent jungles, velvety crests as well as their rich cultural heritage.
Whether it’s transcendent beaches, amazing topography or the fascinating cultures you are looking for, these islands are located far away from the everyday ruckus while being close to the creature comforts. Here is a list of top 3 beaches that you need to visit to relax and enjoy.
Reduit Beach, St. Lucia
Mostly, beaches in St Lucia comparably short, however, Reduit Beach is the ideal place for a long stroll along the riverbank along with a swim in the calm sea water thanks to its five miles of white sand on the Rodney Bay.
It is a visitor-friendly beach in St. Lucia thanks to its proximity with high-end restaurants and shops of Rodney Bay. For the adventure seekers, the beach offers plenty of activities like water skiing, windsurfing, snorkelling, etc.
It is a popular beach at the entire St. Lucia Island and is overlooked by Papillon, Rex St. Lucian as well as the Royal St. Lucian Hotel. The beach also has various restaurants and there are many vendors renting equipment for water sport activities as well as lounge chairs. For family holiday, there is the Splash Island Water Park with inflatable slides floating along with ramps and obstacles.
El Nido, Palawan, Philippines
For some reason, Palawan in the Philippines managed to steadily remain under the radar through the years. The island territory spans southwest to Borneo with its plush limestone crests from a gemstone-like sea and it is so clear that you can clearly see the expressions of the fish right above the surface.
El Nido is Palawan is home to almost 50 sand beaches and all of them constituted breath-taking limestone patterns and has some of the world’s finest and whitest sand you will ever come to see. The sea water is so clear there that it can put the Caribbean Sea to shame.
El Nido Resort in Pangulasian Island is a highly-rated resort in Asia and offer some breath-taking views of the sea.
Honopu Beach in Hawaii is possibly the most secluded and remotest beach in the world. In fact, there is no road or even hiking track leads to the beach. The only legal way to access the beach is to swim to it from the neighbouring Kalalau Beach.
Honopu consists of two beaches backed by stunning 1200-foot high sea steep rocks and divided by the Honopu arch. A large waterfall is also at the corner descending the sea cliff, along with the arch and towards the sea. Honopu beach has also been the location for many Hollywood movies like King Kong, Raiders of the Lost Ark and Six Days, Seven Nights.