Ever seen something that made you wanted to jump into your screen? Well, that’s because you haven’t seen these stunning locales yet.
If you’re looking for some holiday inspiration, you could do a lot worse than these locations. No ‘must-visit’ bucket list would be complete without these additions – make sure you add your own in the comments below too!
Trunk Bay, Antigua and Barbuda
Located in the Virgin Islands National Park in St. John’s, Trunk Bay has become a must-visit tourist destination with spectacular snorkeling opportunities.
Fraser Island, Australia
Fraser Island is just off the coast of Australia, but don’t let its size fool you. As you can see, it can go toe-to-toe with the world’s best beaches.
Horseshoe Bay, Bermuda
Found in Bermuda, Horseshoe Bay’s beach is stunning. This combination of soft, pink sand and deep blue waters is something you have to see for yourself.
White Beach, Philippines
It might take some finding, but Puka Beach can be found on Boracay Island in the Philippines. As you can see from the image, those who do track it down are well rewarded.
Grace Bay, Turks and Caicos Islands
Grace Bay is located on Providenciales, one of the most popular destinations in the Caicos Islands. With views like this, it’s not hard to see where that popularity came from.
Anse Lazio, Seychelles
Want to feel extra exclusive? Head to the gorgeous Anse Lazio on Praslin Island. This serene location might be a bit out of the way, but none of that matters when you’re experiencing it first hand.
Honokalani Beach, Hawaii
Hawaii hosts some of the most beautiful locations in the world, and Honokalani Beach is up there with the best. You’ll never forget this black sand beach when you get up close and personal with it.
Flamenco Beach, Puerto Rico
Flamenco Beach isn’t just a stunning beach. There’s loads of dive spots, the sea is perfect to swim in, and there’s even a few good fishing spots. There’s something for everyone, basically!
Matira Beach, French Polynesia
Bora Bora’s turquoise waters and soft, golden beaches make it an increasingly popular tourist destination. Matira Beach is a particular highlight, especially at sunset.
Cayo de Agua, Venezuela
South America is known for its stunning beaches, which makes Cayo de Agua’s lofty reputation even more impressive. It’s prettier than most postcards, making it one of the best beach spots in the Caribbean.