Top 10 Best beach destinations in the world

1.The Seychelles

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Seychelles is one of the top beach destinations to visit for a vacation, This Island has 115 scenic islands scattered in the Indian Ocean east of Kenia. The beauty of the Seychellois beaches is beyond words and unmatched anywhere else in the world: exquisite ribbons of powdery-soft white sand are lapped by turquoise waters and backed by palm tree-covered hills and big rocky boulders.

Best time to travel: there is more chance of bad weather, that is to say, rain, from November to March. The transitional months of October and April are excellent for a visit as the oceans are very calm and the weather balmy. During the dry seasons (May to September), it can be windy (causing seaweed on the south or south-easterly side of the islands) with rough seas.


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Another beautiful beach destination, Maldives is located on the equator towards the south of India, the Maldives are the visible coral tips of an oceanic volcanic mountain range whose outer edge at some points plunge to depths of over 2 miles (3 km). The islands are looks beautiful  with stunning white beaches, crystal clear blue lagoons and incredible underwater wildlife. 

Best time to travel: the best weather is between January and April, which also means high season (and high hotel prices). The monsoon runs from May to October, peaking in June.

2.Turks and Caicos

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The Turks and Caicos Islands have some of the planet’s most ethereal turquoise seas and finest, powdery sand beaches, and are surrounded by the globe’s third-largest coral reef.

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Best time to travel: like other islands in the Caribbean, Turks & Caicos’ dry seasons and peak travel period lasts from December to March. However, the best time to visit Turks & Caicos is April and May, a sweet spot featuring lower prices and fewer crowds.

3.French Polynesia

French Polynesia has, as you probably expect, some pretty awesome beaches. Just 12 miles (19 km long), the lush little slipper of land called Bora Bora lies in French Polynesia’s most mesmerizing lagoon edged by fine white sandy shores. Luxurious overwater bungalows nestled over the world’s most beautiful lagoon with a tropical backdrop make Bora Bora a top destination for the discerning traveller.

Best time to visit: from November till April. During these months the humidity levels can be at an all-time high and storms are frequent and unpredictable. The dry season from May to October is when tourism is at its peak on the islands; during these months the temperature is a few degrees lower and rain is rare.

4.Hawaii , USA

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the Hawaiian islands also boast some of the best beaches in the world. Some built around the high drama of intense waves crashing against razor-sharp lava rocks; some so remote that they are only accessible by helicopter or landing watercraft, and some are so hidden and gorgeous that they need to remain a secret.

Best time to travel: the off-season, when the best rates are available and the islands are less crowded, is spring (Apr to June) and fall (Sept to November) — a paradox because these are the best seasons to be in Hawaii, in terms of reliably great weather.  Winter (December to March) can be surprisingly wet and cloudy.

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6.Cape town, South Africa

Another beautiful beach destination in the African continent South Africa has some of the world’s most spectacular beaches on its doorsteps, just minutes from the city centre at the foot of the epic Table Mountain. From the family-friendly beaches on the False Bay coastline to the gorgeous beaches for the rich and beautiful on the incredibly spectacular Atlantic Seaboard.

Best time to travel: Cape Town’s hot, dry summer months run from late October to late March. Temperatures reach their peak between December and February, and this is generally seen as when to go to Cape Town for the best beach weather.

7.Queensland , Australia

Queensland has hundreds of world-class beach destinations, each offering a distinctive experience. Whitehaven Beach, located on the largest of the Whitsunday Islands. 

Best time to travel: April through October (winter time Down Under) is the best time to enjoy the abundant sunshine and less rain. It is also peak visibility time for divers. The Australian summer months from November to April are hot, rainy and sticky across Queensland (with the chance of a cyclone in the north).

8.Northwestern USA & Canada

The Northwestern area of the American continent boasts some of the most spectacular wild beaches in the world, in particular Second Beach in Olympic National Park (USA) and Long Beach in the Pacific Rim National Park (Canada).

Best time to visit :  July and August would be the best time in terms of less precipitation, warmer temperatures and sunshine but fog is often a plague in the morning.

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Philipines is a known beach destination in Asia. With more than 7000 islands dotted with beautiful white sand beaches that are lapped by warm aquamarine seas and edged by spectacular coral reefs. 

Best time to visit: there are two distinct weather patterns in the Philippines. The southwest monsoon, which runs from May to October, brings the rains and the northeast monsoon, which prevails from November to early May, is the dry season. For most of the country, the wet season starts in June, peaks in July to September, and fades out in October. Typhoons are common from June to November with storms raging up the east coast. January to May is the best time to visit.


A veritable paradise of sugar-white sand, crystal clear waters and dramatic scenery, Thailand’s tropical beaches are renowned around the globe for their beauty.

Best time to travel : the weather in Thailand is reasonable most times of year, although it certainly gets hot and rainy during the summer. November through February are the coolest times of year and there is certainly less rain than at other times in the year.

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