There’s nothing beautiful than lying on the sands of a beautiful beach. When we think about beaches we always think about palm trees, golden sand, and crashing waves on a red beach. To satisfy your hunger for beach tours there are some Beautiful Beaches Of The World for you to consider.

#1 Boracay White Beach, Philippines

The main attraction of White Beach is its beauty. Boracay White Beach is an ideal place for swimming. During morning and noon, the beach is relatively quiet. It’s the busiest time on the beach with lots of people taking pictures and enjoying the view. Volleyball is by far the most popular beach-sport on Boracay, but soccer is played as well. This 3 mile-long stretch is considered to be one of the most popular beaches in Boracay and offers everything from beach activities and restaurants to nightlife and hotels. White beach is divided into 3 sections: Station 1, 2, and 3 and range from luxury, mid-level, and budget respectively.

How to get there?

Boracay Island is accessible by plane from Manila. Flights take roughly one hour, connecting in Caticlan (followed by a 10-minute ferry ride) or Kalibo (followed by a two-hour bus ride).

#2 Railay Beach, Krabi, Thailand

Railay Beach, Krabi, Thailand is located on the coast of the Railay peninsula, situated south of the cities of Krabi and Ao Nang. In just one small peninsula you’ll find gorgeous white sand beaches, soaring limestone cliffs, viewpoints, caves, and a lagoon hidden inside the cliffs, shaped and fed by the changing tides. All within walking distance. The beach features dramatic limestone formations that make this the ultimate destination for rock climbing enthusiasts. Best hotels for Railay are-


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Railay Village Resort

How to get there? 

Railay Beach is only accessible via boat and is a quick 15-minute ride from Ao Nang.

#3 Navagio Beach, Zakynthos, Greece

Navagio is located in Zakynthos, an island in the Ionian sea, right off the east Peloponnese coast of Greece. It is surrounded by colossal white limestone cliffs on one side, and crystal clear blue waters on the other, making it accessible only by boat. The funny thing is that there is a big chance you’ve probably seen some photos of this place as it is the most photographed location in the entire country, and naturally, it is the biggest tourist magnet of Zakynthos attracting thousands of visitors each summer. The strip of beach is accessed only by boat, but you can see it from above if you stand on the high side of the surrounding cliffs.

How to get there?

The most important thing to know is that the beach itself is accessible ONLY by boat

#4 Whitehaven Beach, Queensland, Australia

Whitehaven Beach is protected by the Whitsunday Islands National Park and is located in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef. It’s been voted the world’s top eco-friendly beach, and Queensland’s clean beach. The sand is 98% pure white silica, which gives it a sparkling, near luminescent color. You can reach the beach via a helicopter or seaplane, or you can sail to Whitehaven Beach with one of the many yacht excursions in the area Stretching along 7km of stunning Whitsunday Island, Turquoise waters trimmed with white sands make it one of the most photographed beaches in Australia, as well as one of the most enjoyed. Make sure to visit Hill Inlet on the northern end of the beach, a stunning cove just made for photographs.

How to get there?

Whitehaven Beach is a quick 35-minute trip on a high-speed catamaran from Hamilton Island. Hamilton Island is accessible via plane (from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Cairns), ferry, or Sunlander train, which runs four times a week from Brisbane and Cairns.

#5 Matira Beach, Bora Bora, French Polynesia

Bora Bora is one of the magical islands the Romantic Island, that makes up French Polynesia in the South Pacific. Just 18 miles long this long stretch of snow-white sand, tropical foliage, and sapphire waters is almost too good to be true. Matira Beach is one of Bora Bora’s very few public-access beaches. Beauty with substance!

How to get there? 

Nearest Major International Airport: Visitors must first fly to Papeete in Tahiti, a flight that takes about seven and a half hours from Los Angeles. From there, they can catch a short flight to Bora Bora’s tiny airport on the Motu Mute.