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Anakena Beach, Easter Island

Anakena Beach on the north side  of Easter Island in the south pacific is said to have some of the clearest waters in the world due to the lack of currents and lack of Plankton.

 

Fernando de Noronha, Brazil

Fernando de Noronha is an archipelago of 21 islands off the east coast of Brazil. It is an UNESCO world heritage site and at some beaches the visibility of the water can reach 50m due to the South Equatorial current that pushes water from Africa. You can find nature in it’s element here with Dolphins and Turtles native to the islands.

 

Lovers Beach, Baja California Sur, Mexico

Lovers beach is a secluded spot that sits on the tip of baja california and is best accessed by water taxi but be careful, you don’t want to get stuck out here as the sea can get very rough late afternoon. With it’s turquoise waters and stunning rock formations you’ll be awestruck by the beauty of Lovers beach.

 

Sun Island Beach, Maldives

This postcard perfect paradise in the indian ocean is a favourite with the rich and famous and it’s not hard to see why. Bungalows over the water allow you to immerse yourself and the crystal clear waters and you can enjoy the nearby reef which offers snorkelling and diving.

 

 

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