1 - Maldives
According to Costas Christ of National Geographic, ‘The Maldives are disappearing into the ocean’. Before the Maldives completely vanishes, we should visit it at least once in our lives. The Maldives is renowned for its incredible diving because of the amazing diversity of sea life, with incredible corals and over 2000 species of fish. The shallow lagoons make it perfect for relaxed snorkeling as well. The tropical climate in the Maldives makes it even better for us to visit at this time of the year.
2 - Palawan
Daily Mail Australia says travelers have voted Palawan archipelago in the Philippines as the best islands in the world for the second time around. There’s nothing more to say, it’s one of the must-visit beaches on our list. Palawan is located on the Southern tip of the Philippines, just north of Malaysia. Palawan is known for its crystal clear blue waters, sandy shores and a phenomenal underwater river. As the Philippines is currently in its dry season, it’s a perfect time to visit!
3 - Ibiza
Ibiza is one of the Balearic Islands, a Spanish archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea. Ibiza strikes the perfect balance of vibes. It’s well known for its nightlife however; Ibiza is also home to quiet villages, yoga retreats and amazing beaches. While the temperature drops here in Australia, it’s best to go to Ibiza around June to August as the temperature starts to rise. Want to go to a place with the best of both worlds? Head on over to the island of Ibiza.
4 - Bali
Bali is more than a tourist hub for surfers, beachgoers and yogis. It’s a mood, an aspiration and a tropical state of mind. A balance of serene beaches, tranquil mountains and strong culture, this place is one of the must-visit beach destinations. In Bali, you can have a perfect balance of partying, surf, and family-friendly beaches.
5 - Baia do Sancho, Brazil
Best time to go to Baia do Sancho? All year round. And that’s what makes it one of the must-visit beaches in the world. It’s renowned for its crystal clear water and can be visited via boat or through a narrow staircase down the cliffs that tower around the bay. The view from the top of the hill is breathtaking. Sancho is also one of the best diving spots in Brazil as tourists or visitors can enjoy great marine fauna and flora.