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From Africa To Southeast Asia, Check Out The Most Pristine Beaches In The World Across The Continents.

With 71% of the world’s surface covered in water, there is certainly is no shortage of stunning beaches. Whilst the nominations for the best beaches in the world are almost endless. Here however is a list collated by Instagram travellers who have voyaged far wide in search of the most pristine beaches and coastlines. Here are the top 12 best beaches in the world, which I’m sure you’ll agree make for some of the most gorgeous places on earth.

#01 – KAILUA BEACH, OAHU, HAWAII

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This is Kailua Beach on the island of Oahu in Hawaii. As a profession, I am a travel nurse whilst I’m a travel enthusiast during my free time. I have been to beaches all over the world. While on assignment in Hawaii, I was on a mission to find the best beach on the island; little did I know, I would find the happiest, most serene place I have ever been. The water is so clear you can see your feet while waist deep, the crowds are slim to none, the tides are rarely too crazy, the water temperature is perfect, and the vibe of the beach can make even a non-believer feel spiritual.

There is even an occasional green sea turtle and dolphin that will cruise around next to you! This picture makes me instantly go back to this spot where I felt nothing but pure happiness and gratitude. I truly believe this beach has spiritual healing powers, and the Hawaiian locals know it and protect it. Whatever my future holds, I know that I can travel here again and these waters will heal me.

Family Globetrotters absolutely love Kailua Beach. It is very family friendly with convenient parking facilities. We especially love this pristine beach as the community of Kailua have banded together to make the area free of commercial vehicles. So as a result of that you won’t find bus loads of tourists.

Whilst you are there however, do make sure you visit its sister beach, Lanikai. Lanikai Beach for many Hawaiians is considered to be the best beach in the world. And we can tell you they weren’t far off!

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#02 – MAYA BAY BEACH, KOH PHI PHI, THAILAND

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Photo was taken at Maya Bay Beach, of Koh Phi Phi in Thailand- by far the most amazing views (minus Leonardo DiCaprio)! Best time to go is as early as possible as it is very touristy and the earlier you go the better the photo opportunity!

I met a group of friends from the UK, NYC, and Australia when I was here and it was fabulous! We even did the sleeper boat experience and got to toast marshmallows on the beach once everyone disappeared.

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#03 – TULUM BEACH, QUINTANA ROO, MEXICO

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We explored the Mayan Ruins in Tulum for my best friend’s epic bachelorette getaway! #cincochicas. This ancient site brings together rich history and the ruins are perched cliff-side, overlooking beautiful views of the Caribbean Sea.  Who can beat the white sand and crystal clear waters of Tulum Beach; a perfect bohemian beach destination for all.

After walking around this popular archaeological site for 30 minutes, we made it to Tulum Beach but didn’t stay long since we couldn’t bear the heat any longer and didn’t think to bring our swim suits!  While it was also super windy at the edge of the cliff, overlooking the beach, we took some shots and headed out.  All of our pictures are funny with hair blowing everywhere and while you may not be able to tell, we were sweating so much. I wish we had more time here, the views were beautiful.

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#04 – KAPUTAS BEACH, ANTALYA, TURKEY

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Everything worth living requires an effort and reaching this hidden gem on Turkey’s coasts was definitely an epic adventure! During a very hot day in June, after six and a half hours’ bus ride, from Pamukkale to Antalya, a shuttle drive to Kas town, a local bus ride to the beach and 186 steps later, I finally made it. I was there, in that shore I first discovered on Pinterest months ago.

Kaputas is a hidden pristine beach, located around 8km away from Kas, one of the main beach cities of Antalya Province, Turkey. I love this beach not only for its crystal blue water, quiet and small, almost private bay, but also for its white sand and little gorgeous pebbles. I was about to faint between the heat and the tiredness, but I read this encouraging stencil written on one of the first steps of that infinite stairway you must cross to arrive. It said, in dark blue: “In Pursuit of Magic”. And there I was, under Kaputas spell, anxious about making it to the sea and refresh myself. And suddenly, while the water splashed my skin and the sun hit my face stealing me a joyful smile, I knew at that time, I became a magician.

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#05 – PHRANANG CAVE BEACH, AO NANG, THAILAND

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I love Thailand in many ways. It has the perfect combination of relaxation and adventure. With the help of jet lag, I woke up wide-eyed to twinkling stars and a yearning for the beach. Krabi town has friendly locals who offer long-tail boat rides to Railay Beach, and they do not disappoint. The cooling sea breeze perfectly complimented the warm sun, as the sea splashed little drops onto my cheeks. When I opened my eyes, the views of the dense jungle transformed into the iconic towering cliffs, serene waves, and emerald water of Thailand. The cliffs were spotted with rock climbers enjoying challenging paths while other adrenaline junkies cliff dived at the local’s favorite diving spot.

The gold sand of East Railay Beach felt warm and I followed signs to Phranang Cave Beach. Here is where nature is Queen. Cheeky monkeys run free, teal lizards softly hiss, and tiny fishes welcome you as you wade through the water. History lovers visit the former Thai princess’s love shrine while hikers climb high for scenic views of the nearby lagoon. Finally, relaxing, I leaned back in the water, closed my eyes, and was struck by a soft drop. One drop turned to three, which turned to nine, 81, until everything was covered in a light sprinkle. The sun shone strong and I was happy to experience the elusive sun shower while spending my time at the most surreal beach ever.

I love Thailand’s pristine beaches, its nature, its friendliness, but above all, its magic. Sensing that the sun was setting fast, I headed over to the resort restaurant and beachside massage laden West Railay Beach. I was graced with luck again, as I caught the last long-tail boat to the beachside town of Ao Nang. The best part of it all? It was just in time for the sunset. Time to see the stars again.

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#06 – CAPE LEVEQUE, BROOME, AUSTRALIA

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Stretching north from Broome, the red land of the Dampier Peninsula ends above deserted beaches, crystal clear waters, and ragged cliffs. This part of the Kimberley region is vastly remote and home to many indigenous settlements. Access to Cape Leveque from Broome is by 4WD, along the largely unsealed 215km long sandy road, with nothing much out there other than wilderness.

I was invited along to this Cape Leveque camping trip, consisting largely of people I did not yet know, but that was fine by me. The Italians brought along eskis full to the brim with food and drink (of course!), and in the end there were about 4 car loads of us. The shelter we had booked consisted of just bamboo, a bench and running water – pretty basic but nothing else was needed – we were going to spend the majority of the time outside anyway and besides, the view completely stole the show. The bamboo shelter was used largely for hiding from the strong sun-rays at midday and was the perfect meeting place for lunch.

Time was spent lounging around on our private pristine beach, swimming in the calm, shallow waters where it was so clear you could open your eyes underwater, playing beach games, snorkelling and finally, taking in the sensational sunset that transformed everything to a gorgeous crimson colour.

Those strangers turned into friends that day at the best beach I’d ever seen and we ended the day with an enormous barbeque around a campfire, plenty of wine and fun chats before I slid into my tent contently to wake up in the early morning once more to paradise found.

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#07 -ARASHI BEACH, PALMBEACH, ARUBA

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I have and will always be a beach person. The white sand between my toes, the sun on my skin, my hair in the wind and the beautiful blue shades of the ocean are the perfect ingredients to clear the mind and be totally relaxed. I love this beach because it is located on ‘The One Happy Island’. My dad is from Aruba and I grew up going there a lot to visit family and friends. I lived on the island for 3 years and it has a very special place in my heart. This photo was taken when I was visiting my parents on Aruba, after my 5-month internship in Costa Rica, before I went back home to the Netherlands.

We woke up early to have breakfast on the beach and like most of the times we took the dogs with us. The dog on the picture is Felix, she is about 12 years old and she is one of the best friends I’ve ever had! Unfortunately, I don’t see her a lot because I live in the Netherlands, but whenever I visit my parents she never leaves my side. A visit to the beach with her and my parents gives me the true feeling of being home.

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#08 –AJUY BEACH, FUERTEVENTURA, CANARY ISLAND 

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This is my favourite beach of all. It has a magical atmosphere because of the volcanic black sand. This place is calm, not filled with tourists but mostly visited by the local children play here and make sandcastles. It’s the beach where I had my first date with my boyfriend. We used to sleep here in the night and watch the shooting stars. The best time to go is during the golden hour when the sunsets along the horizon.

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#09 –AN BANG BEACH, HOI AN, VIETNAM

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This photo was taken around 15 minutes after I had thrown a strop that we had come to the ‘wrong beach’. I had looked on Instagram at people’s posts of an amazing sunset on a beach close to the ancient town, Hoi An.  Seeing as I cannot ride a bike (yes, even a push bike) – we made our very own makeshift bike fit for two people. We put a towel on the metal back of our hotel’s push bike as a cushion, I hopped on and Frazer rode for 35 minutes to the dreamy beach on Instagram. The drive was not the easiest; we faced a swarm of school children, a herd of water buffalo and a wild dog – all whilst I held on for dear life and Frazer pushed through his muscle pain!

When we arrived it was clear to see that the sun was in fact setting on a beach to our left – a beach that looked miles away! We decided we should admit defeat and sat with a diet coke before preparing to ride back. All I could think was ‘what a waste of a journey.’ However, although the sun itself was not visible, the colours the sky began to turn can only be described as truly magical.

We were literally speechless as how beautiful the sky looked. We ended up cycling 35 minutes to this beach (and 35 minutes back) at 5:15 pm every night just to see this view. It never was quite the same as the first time. We longed for the same feeling of amazement at the first glance of the crazy sky before us. I believe that unplanned moments always seem to be the best ones.

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#10 – SANTA MONICA BEACH, BOA VISTA, CAPE VERDE

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This photo was taken in Cape Verde, featuring my brother and I on our last family holiday together. We were reminiscing at the sunset with the thrill of the waves crashing over us. This pristine beach is my favourite, with its pure white sand, majestic rolling waves and unspoiled sheer beauty. It is simply unforgettable. The beach was located off the Riu Touareg hotel where we were staying and it stretched for miles in both directions. We spent hours walking and buying unique handcrafted souvenirs from locals. I hope to go back one day during a sea turtle hatching release as I’ve been to this beach on three different occasions and never managed to catch one!best beaches in the world laying crashing waves

#11 – EL NIDO, PALAWAN, PHILIPPINES

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My travel partner and I had set out on a diving trip while staying in El Nido! It was such a beautiful day, blue skies, and clear waters! We had chosen 2 dives on a 3-dive tour, so for the last dive we didn’t participate. Instead, we decided to snorkel and swim to a deserted beach on one of the many islands that compose the area. Lime stone cliffs, abundant sea life, and a beach all to ourselves was the perfect day! It’s definitely hands down the best day and best beach I had been on! It was so picturesque, I couldn’t stop taking pictures of the area! This photo is my all-time favourite from all my travels to beach destinations in South-East Asia, and I cannot wait to go back!

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#12 – WHITEHAVEN BEACH, WHITSUNDAY ISLANDS, AUSTRALIA

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Chances are, you’ve seen the beautiful photos of Whitehaven Beach: it’s white sandbars intermingling with turquoise water make it the perfect eye-candy for Instagram. You may have wondered if it is as beautiful in person as it is in those photos, and I am here to tell you that it is.

Not only is Whitehaven unlike any other beach in the world that I’ve been to, it also has a compelling mystery behind it. You see, the sand on Whitehaven has a higher amount of silica in it than most beaches. This unique make-up makes the sand stay cool to the touch, regardless of how hot the sun is, and gives it that beautiful white color you see in the photos. (It feels like powdered sugar on your toes!) The funny thing is, no one can tell you how the silica got there; it doesn’t occur naturally on the island.

I visited the island at the beginning of October, which is probably the best time to go. October is squarely in the middle of Australian spring, and just ahead of the start of the rainy season which means you have a fairly good chance of getting a warm, clear day.

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Did your beach make it on the list? We hope this catalogues a wide array of beautiful beaches across the continent. For us at Family Globetrotters, it only highlights how vast the world is and there is never a shortage of destinations to explore.

Do check out all the Instagrammers who have contributed and follow their travelling adventures!

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Rachel Bing August 6, 2019 - 10:29 pm

Such a piece of useful information you have given in this blog. So many places are there to explore. And there are so many places we can enjoy. Like recently, I visited The Country Place Resort Home oF Zoom Flume Water Park which was a truly amazing experience I had over there.

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Jane Dempster-Smith March 30, 2019 - 8:44 am

Excellent list of top pristine beaches in the world. I would like to visit every one of them so maybe I should set myself a challenge. I may just make it to El Nido this year or one of the Thailand beaches as we are heading into Asia for 6 months travelling.

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Family Globetrotters March 31, 2019 - 8:14 am

How exciting! 6 months of travel. Bliss! Well if you can make it you should go to both. Doesn’t El Nido look stunning??

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Miss Filatelista May 31, 2018 - 11:04 pm

So excited to find this list! I’ll be in Hoi An this week and really do hope it’s one of the best beaches in the world.

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Family Globetrotters June 7, 2018 - 8:41 pm

Are you still in Hoi An? Are you enjoying it?

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Carrie May 31, 2018 - 10:44 pm

Tulum is one of my favorites too! In SE Asia I like pulau perhentian better than any of the Thai beaches though, especially in shoulder season when you can have the whole beach to yourself.

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Family Globetrotters June 7, 2018 - 8:38 pm

I love Perhentian too! I reckon its actually the best beach in Malaysia. But, Whitehaven beach beats all other beaches. It is beyond stunning.

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Chiera May 31, 2018 - 7:50 pm

Yay! Theres two in Oz that I can visit! I’m not a massive ‘lounge on the beach’ person but they sure are beautiful. Especially to watch sunrise or sunset!

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Family Globetrotters June 7, 2018 - 8:36 pm

I used to love being lazy on the beach but that has changed for me now. I don’t quite enjoy doing that anymore unless its with a big of friends and we’re having a picnic or something. Nowadays we’re much more active in the water. But in saying that, Whitehaven is a must and the Whitsundays are beautiful anyway so a great reason to go!

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Veyroniqa May 31, 2018 - 6:14 pm

I can’t agree with the BEST because I save that for secluded beaches with beautiful waters and white sands but out of all of them, I like Whitehaven’s the most. Quite amazing that the sand remains cool and I’m sure that beats running into the water because the sand’s burning your feet xD Maybe do a best pools next! Would love to see what you come up with!

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Family Globetrotters June 7, 2018 - 8:33 pm

For me, Whitehaven beach is the most beautiful beach I have ever been to. Love how the sand just sieved through my toes. As for pools…… that is the BEST idea ever! I’ll get onto it ASAP:)

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Sarah - Borders & Bucket Lists May 31, 2018 - 5:13 pm

AAAAAHHHH YES!!! I LOVE THAT KAILUA IS #1!!! Gotta have that home island pride. Honestly, that beach is such a stunning one. So glad it made it to the top of this list :).

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Family Globetrotters June 7, 2018 - 8:30 pm

Hahaha! Thanks Sarah! Another reader was also happy Kailua made it to the list. I’m in Hawaii next month and now I’m super excited to go and check it out! So exciting:)

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Sarah Puckett May 31, 2018 - 5:07 pm

Another great collaboration Amy! I love that these lists include places I’ve heard of and places I haven’t – it’s so great to always find new inspiration and unique destinations!

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Family Globetrotters June 7, 2018 - 8:29 pm

Thanks Sarah! Yes, I loved reading about places I had never even heard of and how much joy it brought these travelers. Love this world!

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Amy Fujimoto May 31, 2018 - 2:15 pm

Awesome! Hawaii made your list! The Kailua beaches are so pretty – I have to agree with that. Beautiful view especially if you end up on Lanikai!

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Family Globetrotters June 7, 2018 - 8:24 pm

We are going to be in Hawaii next month and we can’t wait to explore the beaches! We will definitely be going to Kailua and Lanikai:) Any other tips would be appreciated!

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sarah May 31, 2018 - 12:13 pm

What a fun post to read… and GORGEOUS pictures! My son LOVES the beach so we always try to find at least one place where we can stop at the beach during our travels for him!!! 🙂

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Family Globetrotters June 7, 2018 - 8:23 pm

Thanks Sarah! We love the water too and as my daughter get solder she is becoming stronger in the water and we’re showing her how to read rips and watch the currents. Love the beach:)

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Carly May 31, 2018 - 10:42 am

I love clean water and clean sand! When you went to Kaputas, did you notice the sudden drop-off that hits when you’re about waist-deep? I’ve never been to a beach that disappeared from right under my feet so suddenly!

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Family Globetrotters June 7, 2018 - 8:20 pm

Love clean water and sand too. I have been in water like that and it’s so scary! But I should have known better as you can actually see the change int he colour of the water to a darker colour.

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Followingtherivera May 17, 2018 - 12:02 am

I’m really in the mood for a good beach now! I love all of these choices, especially Tulum because I’ve been there. I’d like to see Australia one day, and visit this Broome beach, it looks absolutely perfect!

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Family Globetrotters May 17, 2018 - 11:11 am

Australia is an island continent so you can image how much coastline we have. Our beaches are stunning, all the way around so you will be spoilt for choice. The most stunning beach in Australia is Whitehaven Beach. I have yet to see a beach that comes anywhere close to that white silicon sand.

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Michelle May 3, 2018 - 6:59 pm

Thank you for including El Nido, Palawan in your list. It is indeed very beautiful. The other beaches are amazing as well. I’m mighty curious about the beach in Turkey. 🙂

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Family Globetrotters May 4, 2018 - 3:37 pm

Oh can’t not add El Nido! So stunning and the colour of that water is something else. Yeah, I’m mighty curious about the beach in turkey too! Not really a place I associate with the sand and water.

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Iuliana Marchian April 28, 2018 - 3:56 pm

I like so much Kaputas Beach, in Antalya, Turkey. I have never known that Turkey has such beautiful beaches with pristine water and vivid colors. Will add it to my bucket list as Romania is pretty close to Turkey. Maybe some day I will go there.

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Family Globetrotters May 4, 2018 - 2:08 pm

Oh gosh Iuliana! You should go since its so close to you. Yes, Turkey has some gorgeous beaches but you’re right, its not really a country I associate beach with either. Lucky you to be so close!

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LaiAriel R. Samangka March 25, 2018 - 11:29 am

Wow, this is such a great list. Anyway, I haven’t been to any of these beaches, but while reading, the Ajuy Beach, Fuerteventura, in Canary Island is I guessed what caught my attention. I also love the innate beauty of some other beaches in Thailand, the one that you have mentioned above and the one in El Nido. I wish I can traipse my feet on these pristine beaches in the world someday. Thank you so much for sharing this with us.

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Family Globetrotters March 28, 2018 - 9:18 am

You’re welcome! Yes some of these beaches are stunning. I particular love the ones that are surrounded in a National Park or rocks and mountains. The Australian beaches are also all very stunning. We are after all an island continent so we have water everywhere!

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daniele March 20, 2018 - 7:16 am

I’ve never been to most of those beaches. Thanks for collecting the most beautiful pics of them. I can almost dream about that 🙂

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Bee March 16, 2018 - 5:27 pm

Great list and these beaches look amazing. I’ve been to beaches in Australia and Thailand and agree there are some stunning spots to enjoy the water! However, you are missing some amazing beaches from South Africa! Hope they can make your list next time.

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Christopher Mitchell March 16, 2018 - 2:46 pm

I’m loving all of these, but particularly partial to Turkey here, as I lived here for a while. People don’t realize what an insanely beautiful nation it truly is!

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Wandering life - Catarina Leonardo March 16, 2018 - 2:42 am

I love heat and beach, so this is an article I really enjoyed reading. I already know some of these beaches, but I still have many to see!

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Diana March 15, 2018 - 6:35 am

I’ve been to both of the ones you listed in Thailand!! Need to add the rest to my list! I love beach destinations!
Cheers
Diana

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Family Globetrotters March 20, 2018 - 11:51 am

Can’t really go wrong with the beaches in Thailand can you? There are a few which are in the Andaman Sea that I would love to visit one day, especially Koh Lipe. Yeah, beach destinations rae great and have a little bit of everything for everyone.

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eli March 14, 2018 - 9:04 pm

I’ve been to like 5 of these places but only actually went to two of the beaches haha. I’d add Tayrona in Colombia and some of Panama and Costa Rica’s island beaches 🙂

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Family Globetrotters March 20, 2018 - 11:49 am

That’s awesome that you’ve even been to 5 of these places because they really are all around the world! Yes, the list of the most amazing beaches in the world is almost endless to be honest! I’ll add Colombia, Panama and Costa Rica to the list for the next post!

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Daniela @donnats March 13, 2018 - 12:46 pm

Thank you Amy! This curation is great and I’m honor to be a part of it. Keep looking forward for further collaborations! <3

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Family Globetrotters March 20, 2018 - 11:48 am

It was such a pleasure to work with you and thank you for your contribution! Yes, always looking for more. Make sure you check your emails:)

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Fidel Mahangel March 9, 2018 - 7:57 am

This is such a great list! Thank you for featuring my submission! For more adventures and travel inspiration check out my blog: http://www.globebeyondyourself.com

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Family Globetrotters March 13, 2018 - 11:57 am

Thanks for contributing Fidel! I think its an awesome list too! Love that we’re able to discover so many places on this beautiful earth we have.

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Emily Anastasia March 8, 2018 - 9:16 am

What amazing beaches!! Thank you for featuring me Amy – hopefully people will be enticed into visiting Ang Bang Beach, Vietnam. If anyone would like to read more about South East Asia, Australia and Gluten Free Eating whilst travelling then please go to: https://www.emilyanastasia.com/

Alternatively, if you would just like to see more pictures like the one above, please visit: https://www.instagram.com/emilyanastasia93/

Can’t wait to see more of your posts Amy!!

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Family Globetrotters March 13, 2018 - 11:44 am

Thanks so much for contributing Emily! I do want to go back to Vietnam. I feel like I have only scratched the surface. And I’ll make Ang Bang part of my itinerary! What’s the best way to get there?

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Holly Bahamonde March 6, 2018 - 8:22 pm

Thank you for featuring my work Amy! I traveled to the Philippines after and saw even more gorgeous places! Follow me to see one of my favorites in Donsol: https://www.instagram.com/p/Be-N88WjbLz/

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Family Globetrotters March 7, 2018 - 3:29 pm

You’re most welcome Holly! Yes I have heard the Philippines are stunning hence why El Nido also made it to this list of the best beaches in the world. I am loving this collated list!

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