Just look at that water! Choose from over 1,000 islands that make up this tropical paradise destination. It would take close to three years of your life to spend just one day on all of them.
The sands appear pink on the La Digue beachfront shown in the picture (Anse Source d’Argent), when you get up close to them! This is tropical paradise at its best, with plenty of shallow clear blue water to relax in.
3. St. Bart’s
There’s over 20 sandy beaches stretching over the 8 miles of shorefront on the island. You can hit a popular one like Shell Beach (shown in photo) or find a cozy, lesser used cove to share with your significant other.
2. Fraser Island
Located off the Queensland cost of Australia, this really large sandy island has coastal saltwater ocean beachfronts, along with cozier freshwater lake beachfronts scattered all over it. There’s also tons of rainforest with 1,000 year old trees to explore when you need a break from the sun. Careful that the dingos don’t eat your baby on Fraser!
1. Kauna’oa Bay, Hawaii
This one is a bit more touristy, being located on the Big Island in Hawaii. But you’d be hard-pressed to find a better developed and maintained beach outside North America. Kauna’oa Bay is gorgeous in the daytime with sand, sparling blue tropical water and lots of tanned beautiful people from all over the world milling about. At night its best to stay out of the water and look for the Manta Rays shimmering under the moonlight.
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