Travel to the Best Beaches in the World

Do you miss the beach? Are you longing to take a stroll on the shore while hearing the sound of the waves? Do you want to feel the sea breeze again after months of staying at home? Here are some of the best beaches worldwide that you can visit and explore when the time is right.

Banana Beach in Koh Hey Island

You can travel to Banana Beach by boat from the Phuket Chalong Pier, which will take about 30 minutes. It is a beach surrounded by untouched nature with crystal-clear seawater. Banana beach got its name for its popular banana rides. Also, you can enjoy parasailing, sea kayaking, and snorkeling with your lover, family, or friends. With only little infrastructure, it is an uncrowded and a great place to spend time with someone special.

If you’re wondering where you could stay, you can stay at the Iniala Beach House. It is a popular place in Phuket with one penthouse and three villas situated in Natai Beach. Wherever you want to go, you’ll have the help of drivers, butlers, chefs, spa therapists, and housekeepers. Two restaurants are under the supervision of Tim Butler, who is an American chef. He serves delicious Mediterranean meals in Iniala Dining and sourced seafood in Esenzi.

Sunset Beach in Oahu

During winter, you can enjoy surfing on big waves, and in summer, you can enjoy snorkeling on calm waters. After spending the whole day doing fun activities, you can relax and enjoy watching the sunset, hence the beach’s name.

The closest place to stay is at Turtle Bay Resort, which is one of the best resorts in Hawaii. It was a spot for filming The Hunger Games: Catching Fire movie and the Lost movie. Turtle bay is a $45 million renovated resort with 410 newly furnished rooms. Also, it plans to open an 11,000 sq. ft. spa, a bar, and two restaurants.

Bathsheba Beach in Barbados 

Bathsheba Beach is an untamed and untouched beach known for its tremendous waves. This is a place where surfers and photographers flock to watch and catch the “Soup Bowl”. The soup bowl is a term that describes the phenomena where the waves hit the sand and create massive boulders. It is not a place for swimming, but it is surely a place to take the best pictures and post them on social media.

You can choose to stay at Sandy Lane. It is a Bajan establishment with stylish interiors and a magnificent setting. You can bring your kids with you since the hotel has a Treehouse Club. The Club will keep your kids busy for a day with many activities they can enjoy such as sailing, movie nights, and dinner parties. Also, if you have teenagers with you, the resort has a den with a table football, a jukebox, a mocktail bar, and pool tables.

Seagrass Bay in Laucala Island

Seagrass Bay in Laucala Island is a 7.5 sq. mi. private and exclusive island that is 50 minutes away from Nadi, Fiji. It is surrounded by a jungle that you can explore through walking or riding a horse. Also, Laucala has the rarest animals and birds, unspoiled beaches, and magical marine life. You can feel the exclusivity in the resort because of its quietness.

You only have one option on where to stay, and that is in Laucala Island Resort. The original owner of the place was Malcolm Forbes, who bought the area for his own enjoyment. Now, the present owner, Dietrich Mateschitz who is one of the owners of RedBull, created this breathtaking hideaway. Of course, you’ll expect it to be pricey, but you’ll get a whole villa out of 25 villas for yourself. Every villa has its private pool, and all are situated above the bay.


These beaches will make you forget all the worries and stresses away. So, what are you waiting for? Go and head on to the beach.