Beautiful Tropical Beaches!

The world is blessed with wonderful beautiful sandy tropical beaches. These golden sun drenched beaches are just waiting for us to come and enjoy. A great way to experience a number of these beautiful tropical beaches while in one vacation is by cruising. Travel in relaxing and high-class comfort across the sparkling turquoise water from one destination to another by magnificent cruise ships then enjoy yet another Oahu’s best beach park as well as the wonderful beaches waiting there! You will want to take a look at several of the beaches listed below!

Best Sand Beach! Pink Sands, Harbour Island, Bahamas

Harbour Island is just fifty percent a mile wide and three miles long however has several of the best sand beaches with an unbelievable laid back atmosphere. The island has below 2,000 locals and only a few tourists making it a special choice for a relaxing getaway. This very small island was once the home of the capital city of the Bahamas, Dunmore Town. Enjoy the Georgian Architecture, walk around the block through the small shops on quaint streets. And of course, lap up the sun’s rays on the beautiful pink sand beaches!

Most Romantic Beach! Matira Beach,, Bora Bora Tahiti

Just 18 miles long, Bora Bora is an enchanted tropical island in the French Polynesian chain. Nick-named the Romantic Island, Bora Bora depends on a secluded lagoon and also features many secluded white sandy beaches. Intimate hotels and the peaceful, relaxed South Seas atmosphere add to the feeling of romance. The secluded Matira Beach provides guests all of romantic atmosphere with bright turquoise water and great South Seas sunsets!

Best Beach in America! Hanauma Bay, Oahu, Hawaii

In May of 2004, Dr. Stephen Leatherman, a respected environmentally friendly scientist, called Hanauma Bay America’s best beach. About 10 miles east of Waikiki, one will come across the Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve. Nearly three 1000 people visit the area every day to enjoy swimming, picnics, snorkeling and sunbathing. The bay itself is considered to be a 35,000 year old volcanic crater floor. Swimmers and snorkellers take special pleasure from the sheltered bay and tend to be greeted by a plethora of tropical reef fish.


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