BEDFORD, Texas, Feb. 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
The sparkling pale pink sands and large granite boulders make these the most photographed beaches in the world. The Seychelles is an archipelago of 115 islands. The shallow turquoise water is protected by the coral reef where divers can explore rare wildlife such as giant Aldabra tortoises in a true tropical paradise.
Ipanema Beach is located in the ever-popular Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Along the boardwalk, sculpted men workout on the waterfront gyms and bikini-clad women show off near perfect bodies right down to their "Brazilian waxes."
7 Mile Beach
The 7 Mile beach in Jamaica is one of the world's longest beaches, even though in reality it's only 6 miles long. The beach has a dream-like setting with cliffs and a "Margaritaville" like bar, Rick's Café, which is considered one of the favorite beach bars in the world. Life Magazine named it "The Caribbean's Best Beach."
Lanikai is one of Hawaii's most beautiful beaches and literally translates to "heavenly sea." Just about a half-mile long and lush with palm trees, white sand, and never ending sunshine, this beach is picture perfect. The deep green waters are relatively mild due to the coral reef.
Located in Puerto Vallarta, Hidden Beach is not only beautiful but one of the most secluded beaches in the world, only accessible by swimming through a forty to fifty foot tunnel. Rumors are the beach was formed in the early 1900's by the Mexican Military testing bombs on the site. The beach is abundant with wildlife and is a favorite of kayakers and snorkelers.
Bora Bora, Tahiti
Bora Bora earned the nickname the "Romantic Island," due to its peaceful atmosphere and cozy hotels. This beach is part of French Polynesia in the South Pacific. The 18 miles of white sandy beach resides in a lagoon making the waters calm and protected and perfect for scuba diving. The upscale romantic lodgings make it a favorite honeymoon destination.
Located on Española Island, the main attraction is the wildlife, full of endemic species such as sea lions, red lava lizards, and Española mockingbirds. The sea lions inhabit the beach in mass during the breeding season, and this is where the entire world population of Waved Albatrosses breed. The area is an important nesting area for sea turtles. Beach walkers are encouraged to avoid stepping on their nests.
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