There is a good reason that this island consistently gets ranked as most beautiful island in the world by different magazines like conde Nast Traveller and Travel + Leisure.. This archipelago in the Philippines is surrounded by beautiful blue green waters. It is made up of Palawan island and other smaller islands encompassing it, in total around 1,780 islands.
Its most popular and arguably most beautiful beach, El Nido, has also been rated the most beautiful beach in the world. Its unique coastline with rocky coves and sugar-white sandy beaches, forests and mountains is surely deserving of the title.
GANBAAI BEACH, SOUTH AFRICA
Located in the western cape, this beach is quite deadly and visitors may see a few sharks in a day. This beach is known as the “Great White Shark Capital of the World” and has a good surf break and a huge population of great whites. If you’re brave enough, you can go diving with the marine predators.
Besides its reputation as a great white shark mecca, tourists and locals alike are also drawn to Ganbaai for its fishing town and whale watching.
PARADISE ISLANDS YOU SHOULD VISIT
Are you sitting at your office job dreaming of which beach to choose for your next vacation? Whether you are seeking culture, adventure or relaxation, you are sure to find something in our list of paradise islands.
And don’t blame us if you get in trouble for not working.
If true paradise is what you seek, you will find it here. The Maldives are located in the Indian Ocean, just southwest of Sri Lanka and India. Its white beaches, crystal turquoise water, blue lagoons, and vivacious marine life make this an irresistible location.
While tourism only began in 1972, it has been rapidly growing. The Maldives offer travellers endless opportunities for fun and relaxation including island hopping, diving, delectable local cuisine and the perfect setting for basking in the sun.
Located in the South Pacific and definitely one of the most beautiful islands in the world, the French Polynesia is a group of 118 islands and atolls stretching over an area of more than 2,000 kilometers.
Tahiti is its most populous island and one which attracts tourists from around the world. Surfers flock here for its reef break waves, which are consistently ranked as one of the best in the world. Divers flock to the archipelago for its diverse marine life. And everyone in between, for paradise.