Top Beaches in the Pacific And Indian Oceans
Goa became a popular beach hideaway in the 1970s following the evolvement of an overland route spanning across Europe, through to Kashmir, Afghanistan and Nepal. Today, Goa is a popular tourist mecca.
"Six km of super-soft sand and aqua waters.” Sounds like paradise right? Located on the island of Boracay, White Beach has fast become a much sought after travel destination. The beach looks just like a postcard and although regularly frequented by travellers, the beach is so long that you are bound to find your own private slice of beachy goodness.
Trat Province, Thailand
For any of us that have had the pleasure of island hopping in Thailand, it’s a known fact that the country is full of mind-blowing beaches that look just like the postcards!
Other Finest Destinations in the Atlantic Ocean of Argentina
Gran Canaria, Spain
One of the most unique beaches is Maspalomas. This Spanish spectacle is one of the most popular destinations in the Canary Islands, thanks to its miles of dunes that resemble the Sahara. There are over three km. of the grainy stuff to explore in this nature reserve, and where it meets the Atlantic Ocean you’ll find a lively resort.
North Carolina, USA
Ocracoke Island, located in the barrier islands of North Carolina, offers large, surf-quality waves and excellent swimming opportunities. The Cape Hatteras National Seashore offers several lifeguarded beaches, including this 16-mile stretch at Ocracoke Island. In addition to surfing and swimming, this beach offers excellent shell collection opportunities. Beaches at the island's North Point are virtually deserted, perfect for a long seaside walk. After a big storm, you are likely to find shells along the shore.
Baia do Sancho
Fernando de Noronha, Brazil
Located on an archipelago off the northeast coast of Brazil, this beach is a stunning short stretch of sand with placid waters. It can be reached by boat or by climbing down the steep rocky slopes.