When the spring is not willing to show off that quickly, and the air temperature causes us to kink in a thick blanket, it is natural that we start to dream of holidays in warm countries. Since these thoughts do not stop so easily, you can definitely start planning an unforgettable trip somewhere far, exotic and warm.
If you would like it to be easier, get acquainted with these three human hands untouched beaches in the world which can be quite an excellent place for your quick getaway to chase the summer.
1. Indonesian gem where time stops
Derawan archipelago’s name is not very familiar for bigger masses. No wonder - this, in Indonesian East Kalimantan province located piece of land, is mainly loved by experienced divers who came there to catch the wave of a lifetime. Moreover, there is another reason to go here: the very rich underwater fauna in Derawan, got this place into the world’s top best diving locations list.
Although the archipelago consists of 31 separate territories, the most convenient place to stay and feel the rhythm of the island is surely in Derawan.
Here you can stretch out on the powdery white sand and track giant green turtles, puffing ashore to lay their eggs, or dive in the Sulawesi Sea waters and see 460 different coral and 870 species of fish. Be warned - in a place like this, you will soon forget about the time passing by.
From Derawan you can also reach other surrounding islands - even quieter Maratua or not stinging jellyfish lake named Kakaban. To be fair, the airport is planned to be built in the archipelago soon, which will significantly facilitate communication. So the best time to visit this Indonesian pearl is now until it is not crowded by tourists from around the world.
2. Strictly protected sprawling paradise in Europe
It is hard to believe that in the densely populated Europe is still possible to detect human hands unspoiled corners. One of them can be found in the Spanish region of Galicia, and we are talking about the Las Islas Cies archipelago.
To protect the environment, all the area was declared as a national park, from which no one can’t take away even the smallest and the slightest shells. Here you won’t find any permanent residents, and you also won’t find any garbage here as well - all waste has to leave with the person who brought that into the island.
It is not surprising that the strict restrictions hampered archipelago has maintained a pristine charm. In one of the islands, Monteagudo, the Rhodes beach was even selected as the most beautiful in the world.
Though luxury hotels won’t be easy to find here, fluffy white sands and the clear Atlantic Ocean redeems any inconvenience. When planning a trip it is important to remember that the number of visitors to Las Islas Cies is limited – barely 2,200 people a day can soak up the sunny shores in here.
The archipelago is most easily reached from the city of Vigo, located on the Spanish mainland. The small port town will season your trip with pure Spanish spices - fresh seafood and the best traditional local wine.
3. Holidays at the most remote corners of the planet
Those who want to escape from all the noise of the world certainly will not be disappointed by choosing the Cook archipelago, regarded as one of the most isolated corners of the planet.
The 15 beautiful islands are scattered in the middle of the Pacific Ocean have not yet become popular among tourists, so there you won't meet obsessive-compulsive traders or fraudsters who are working their hardest to get your money away from you.
Home of the hidden treasures jewel - Rarotonga Island, invites not only with the snow-white beaches but steep cliffs and dense jungle. When traveling around the area visit some small fishing villages, where you can befriend local people and listen to their amazing stories.
Although such breathtaking areas don’t encourage you to develop further plans, and all that you wish for is to relax and enjoy the pleasures of the place, do not miss the chance to visit the Aitutaki. The second most-visited island is perfect for diving enthusiasts since its shores are surrounded by colorful coral reefs and hundreds of different species of fish.
Moreover, not that far away you can also visit the infamous Bora Bora beaches which are also considered being one of the best in the world. There are also a lot of great hotels in Bora Bora too, so you can enjoy those best beaches in the world for a little bit more. But there you might need to deal with some tourists.
These photos and beautiful descriptions have me ready for our next trip to the Beach!
Have you visited any secluded beaches like these?