Australia shines in the list of 50 best beaches in the world


The world is full of wonderful beaches where you can refresh your soul with the sand, blue water, and lots of exciting water sports. The good news is Australia is full of them!

FlightNetwork has recently published a list of the best 50 beaches in the world. Guess what? Four Australian beaches have made it to the list including two spots in the top 10. Over 600 travel bloggers, editors, journalists, and agencies have cast their votes to choose the best beaches in the world.

Grace Bay Beach in Turks and Caicos in the Caribbean grabbed the first place with its clean water and pristine atmosphere. It’s an absolute paradise where you can just relax in your beach chair or enjoy the active water sports such as snorkelling, parasailing, and more.

Hyams Beach (Ranked 8th).

Hawaii’s Honokalani Beach gets a deserving nod with its exclusive black sand, volcanic coastline, and lush green forest. The Hawaiian people consider it a sacred place, so visiting the place gives you a chance of peeking into the Hawaiian culture too! The list also includes the Pig Beach in the Bahamas and the Anse Lazio in the Seychelles.

The Whitehaven Beach in the Whitsundays grabbed the second spot featuring some of the purest white sand because of 98% silica and crystal clear water. The FlightNetwork described it something similar to love at first sight.

Whitehaven Beach (Ranked 2nd). Photo Credit: Australia

In addition, Hyams Beach on the south coast of New South Wales took the 8th position. The two other Aussie beaches are Lucky Bay in Western Australia (18th) and Turquoise Bay in Western Australia (29th). You will get the full list here.

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