Beaches Love Me. Pun Intended
Though not so hidden anymore. This beach is a spectacle. Rumored to be formed due to the Mexican military's detonating tests in the early 1900, this beach has to be accessed through a water pipe.
This is one of those beaches that cannot be accessed by a car. A six mile hike or a seven mile bike ride are your two best bets. Such is the case with most secluded beaches, they filter out the would-be visiors.
Said to be one of the worlds most longest and beautiful beaches. This beach is actually just 6 miles long and would leave you speechless at every step.
Imagine being transported over huge sand dunes just to reach the windy shores of the ocean. That sounds delightful even if you don't appreciate dunes or beaches. Not many facilities present at this spot, but the wind and sun will be in abundance.
Also known as Navagio Beach, the beach is blessed with white sands, clear blue waters and marvellous limestone cliffs that refelct the classic beauty of greek beaches. Beach can be accessed only by a boat ride and can cost you handsomely. But travellers say it is worth your pennies.
This beach, a part of the Marine National Park, offers isolation in its most beautiful form. Surfers could catch a wave here and probably also catch a taxi boat to the nearby Red Frog Beach to take a shot at spotting Panama's native Posion Dart Frog.
While Denmark is not ususally one of the first few names that come to our mind when planning a beach vacation. This beach can accomodate you without shivering in a decent window of time. This iconic beach has been captured in numerous painting as it is the place where two seas meet. Swimming is prohibitted for very good reasons. Don't argue with them.
Widely known for it's full moon parties this beach is ceratinly not secluded. If you happen to be out of sync with the lunar calender, worry not for there are fire shows that will light up the nights and leave you mesmerized.
For a dive into the surfer lifestyle of this side of the world, the Muriwai beach offers its black sands, rocky structures and regular wave breaks. New Zealand is also said to be the most beautiful country in the world. I would'nt argue with that.
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