Grace Bay – In Providenciales Island, is a Turks and Ciacos resort where a emaculate beach, Grace Bay, lies. It is, as vacationers describe it, a beach with white powdery sand, clear and clean water with colors turning green turquoise, and purple. Sounds like a beach everyone should visit.
Linapacan Island – Linapacan Island, a municipality in the province of Palawan with a population of less than 15,000, boasts some of the clearest waters and purest sandy beaches in the whole world. It’s a perfect place for a horse-back ride along the shore.
Seychelles – In the Indian Ocean on the island of La Digue lies one of the most photographed beaches in the world, Seychelles. With beautful pink sands, turquoise water, and granite boulders standing erect and magnificent around the island, this is one of the clearest beaches in the world.
Bora Bora, Tahiti – This 18-mile long island is just one of the many wonderful destinations that make up French Polynesia in the South Pacific. It is best known for its sandy white beaches, perfect weather, and crystal clear waters.
The Maldives – This beach is not only one of the cleanest and clearest, it is incredibly unique with its “sea of stars” look that it gets at night. The many islands of the Maldives sit near the Equator southwest of Sri Lanka.
St. Bart’s – This French chic Caribbean island that lies in beautiful blue waters, is not only a popular vacation spot, but boasts pristine sands and clear lagoon-like swimming and boating areas perfect to enjoy a clear, balmy day.
Langkawi – This Malaysian island has been believed to be a place of refuge for pirates long ago and its name meaning is “the land of one’s wishes.” Now this island acts as a place of refuge for vacationers looking for a clear, uncrowded beach getaway.
The Marieta Islands – Lying in the Marieta Islands by Puerto Vallarta in Mexico is the Hidden Beach. Which name is very appropriate considering it lies underneath the ground. It is rumored that this beach was created by the Mexican military detonating test bombs in the early 1900s.
Maya Bay – In Ko Phi Phi, Thailand lies this gorgeous tropical beach where the film (appropriately named) “The Beach” was filmed. The production team probably picked Maya Bay to film because of the unmatched beauty of the island.
El Castillo – In Talum, Mexico lies the tropical paradise of El Castillo with a sandy shore, crisp waters, and Mayan ruins surrounding the background of the beach. And not far off are gregarious natives and salsa festivals to enjoy.