Typical touristic-beach picture: too much crowd and noise – children splashing, wives complaining, dogs barking, young people getting drunk already… not nearly enough serenity to enjoy the blue skies and white-crested waves. The good news is that there are still undiscovered beaches out there, blissful hideaways where tourism hasn’t eclipsed the local culture yet, where you can have the whole beach to yourself, and be among (mostly) locals or at least the best touristic type: adrenalin-seekers, truly in love with the nature.
The world is full of hidden beaches, but discovering them before the masses do can be challenging.
You won’t find hordes of tourists at these secluded beaches, but unspoiled sand and surf only.
We’re sharing with you some favorite global destinations for untracked sand.
Ibo island, Mozambique, Africa
Photo Credit to onthegotours.com
Muriwai, Auckland, New Zealand
Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam
Isla Bastimenos, Bocas del Toro, Panama
Koh Lanta, Thailand
Agonda Beach, Goa, India
Photo Credit to Max KLM, taken 2006 (Panoramio.com)
Photo Credit to Robert Morrison, Taken December 2011 (Photoswinprizes.com)
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Balangan Beach, Bali, Indonesia
Seychelles: Cousine Island and Anse Source d’Argent
Happy Bay, St. Martin
Hidden Beach, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico