Now that fall has come, the chilly weather might leave you wanting to go somewhere warm and sunny. Get ready to pack your swimsuits and tanning lotion! Let go of your coat, gloves, and boots for here are 5 top beaches to escape to.
First, St. Martin and St. Maarten. Visit two countries in one place while enjoying the sun in this half-French and half-Dutch Island. There are over 37 beaches and some of these are Orient Bay, which is great for a wind surfing session, and Mullet Bay where most surfers stay. Maui seconds the list. Get a chance to see the world’s largest dormant volcano as well in Haleakala National Park. Don’t miss out on Wai’anapanapa State-Park, which is not only a sea of water with black sand but as well as stunning fresh water caves and cliffs that you can try jumping from.
Third, Turks and Caicos Islands. This archipelago has 40 islands but only 8 are inhabited. Choose from the Providenciales, which is the center, and North and Middle Caicos which is a quiet getaway spot. Long Bay is where divers and snorkelers enjoy the world’s 3rd largest barrier reef. Hawaii has been known for great beaches but Big Island caught our attention. This is an active volcano that has been constantly erupting and its glow alone fascinates tourists. Observatory trails, overlooking spots, and waterfalls are some of its attractions. Kauai Hawaii offers cliffs that will result to picture perfect coastline views. With its greenery-covered rock formations, St. Lucia is another beach destination to go to. This is also one of the best places with the most photographed landscapes in the Caribbean.
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