5. Hyams Beach, Australia
This Beach is Guinness Record winner for having the whitest sands. Hyams Beach is in Jervis Bay, in the Shoalhaven area, just 2.5 hours drive south of Sydney. As well as the beautiful white beach, there are lots of good bushwalks, coastal walks and cycleways providing plenty of reasons to get out and about.
4. Pink sand beach, Bahamas
Harbour Island is most renowned for its beautiful Pink Sand Beach, located along its eastern Atlantic Ocean side. Considered one of the very best beaches in The Islands of The Bahamas, it was featured in The Travel Channel’s World’s Best Beaches segment in March 2005 and named ‘Best Sand Beach’. The almost indescribable pale pink color of the sand comes from microscopic coral insects, known as Foraminifera, which have a bright pink or red shell full of holes through which it extends pseudopodia, footings that it uses to attach itself and feed.
3. Trunk Bay, US Virgin Islands
Trunk Bay’s beauty has been so life-changing that it was donated to the National Park Service more than five decades ago. Today, it remains one of the best-preserved beaches in the world. Venture to Trunk Bay Beach in the US Virgin Islands, where you will find a 205 metre underwater snorkeling trail, roughly .5 of a mile of silky sands and a number of different amenities to make your visit that much more enjoyable.
2. Hidden Beach, Mexico
The Hidden Beach is one of the most renown beaches in the world, an ideal place for snorkeling and water diving enthusiasts. It is situated on one of the Marieta Islands, now designated national park, 20 miles away from Puerto Vallarta, Western Mexico. On your way to the Hidden Beach, you are likely to encounter sea turtles, manta rays, dolphins, thousands of species of tropical fish and, with a little luck, humpback whales will swim next to your boat.
1. Kelingkin beach, Nusa Penida, Bali
Kelingking Beach is top destinations on Nusa Penida. An incredible hidden beach which framed by towering, steep cliffs, deep turquoise blue waters further embraced by powdery white sand with the most amazing view like heaven on earth. The secluded beach itself is down a rugged 400m cliffside hike, however the view of Kelingking is arguably more popular than the beach itself.