Bolifushi Island, Maldives

This gorgeous island is a short 20 minute boat ride away from the capital Male. This beautiful island is home to one of the healthiest and most abundant house-reefs in the south of the Maldives. The torquise waters make this place one of the most beautiful islands in the country. There's even some underwater shipwrecks that you can explore if you're brave enough. Did we mention that the sunsets there are to die for? 

Where to stay: The stunning Jumeirah Vittaveli Resort

Tikehau Island, French Polynesia


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This picture perfect beach is full of bright blue waters, perfect for snorkelling and diving.

Where to stay: The Tikehau Pearl Beach Resort

Blue Beach, Puerto Rico

Clear waters with a thousand shades of blue means that this beach is one of the top ones in the Caribbean. 

Where to stay: W Retreat & Spa

Pulau Perhentian Kecil, Malaysia

A little closer to the UAE. Definitely visit Malaysia’s Perhentian Islands. Lush gardens? Check! Crystal blue waters? Check! That's all you need in life.  

Where to stay: BuBu Long Beach Resort

Whitehaven Queensland, Australia


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Australia is a country definitely known for its beautiful beaches. The white sands of the Whitsunday Islands are one of the best in the country.

Where to stay: Qualia Whitehaven Hotel

White Beach, Boracay, Philippines


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Boracay is a ten square mile island, one hour away from Manila by plane. Boracay´s most famous beach is the magnificent White Beach. Definitely worth a trip. A great spot for budget travellers.

Where to stay: Astoria Boracay

Anse Source d’Argent, Seychelles

One of the most beautiful beaches in the world is Anse Source d’Argent, which is located in La Digue, the third largest island in the Seychelles. La Digue has white and flamingo-pink sands to create one of the most photographed beaches in the world.

Where to stay: Patatran Village Hotel

Waipio Valley Beach, Hawaii


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Apparently this beach, located in Waipio Valley is very difficult to get to in Hawaii. It’s only accessible through a dangerously narrow and steep road. However, once you get there, you’ll realize the amazing black volcanic sand make this well worth the treck.

Where to stay: Mauna Kea Beach Hotel 

Treasure Beach, Jamaica


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The charming sleepy fishing villages near treasure beach will capture your heart, venture further down to the coast and you’ll see untouched rock shorelines and great opportunities to snorkel.

Where to stay: Jake's Hotel

Honopu Beach Kauai, Hawaii

Another Hawaiian beach that’s quite difficult to get to. There are no roads leading to it, the only way to get to the beach is by boat. But it is worth all the trouble.

Where to stay: Ko'a Kea Hotel & Resort