Top 5 Beaches and Tourist Spots in 2011
Are you tired of all that white snow? Still hating that shivering breeze that seeps through all layers of clothing? Maybe it’s time for your to go to somewhere sunny. Preferably with sand and lapping waves of the sea while sipping a margarita beneath the shade of an umbrella. Maybe afterward grab a surfboard and ride the waves! Kind of like Leonardo DiCaprio in “The Beach”.
First stop is Horseshoe Bay in Bermuda. Just imagine a wide stretch of white sand curving like a Horseshoe with pristine waters. It’s one of the most expensive beaches in the world but so far thousands of tourist visit the beach and soak up some Bermuda sun! So far, Horseshoe Bay is the best beach found in the Caribbean!
If that isn’t your taste, then there’s Anguilla. Hailed as the top beach in 2005 by Discovery Travel and Adventure, the beach has the clean white sand, quite environment ideal for relaxation.
Another stop that you need to go to is Boracay in the Philippines. It is really a tourist spot which is visited by thousands of tourist, everyday. Celebrities local, national and even international visit the white sands of Bora as it’s called. Recent stars that visit the beach count Mark Salling or Noah Puckerman and Darren Criss or Blain from Glee. The white sands and blue seas are there but what makes Bora different is the numerous attractions found all over the beach. The party also never stops in Bora!
This next beach is a 180 compared to Bora. It is the Maldives beach. It is actually very quiet and secluded yet still has modern amenities. Such a rare combination. If you want to still remain contact with your office and relax at the same time, Maldives is the best place.
Dubbed as the most beautiful marine park in the world, the Fernando De Noronha isles near Brazil has one of the best beaches to go to. Just 220 miles off shore from the Brazilian coast, very few people reach the islands. There are other beaches among the 21 islands and it’s a fun way to go island hopping and experiencing the different delicacies, traditions and entertainment in the islands.