SIX Of The Most Beautiful Secret Beaches On Earth Revealed

The world we are living in is full of secrets. The good thing is there is a saying that goes, “Nothing is secret that will not be revealed.” In this article, we will reveal some top secret travel locations! We will talk about the best secret beaches in the world and the things that make them worthy to be called ‘a veiled paradise’.

Muriwai Beach, New Zealand

This hidden paradise lies approximately 42 kilometres (26 miles) northwest of Auckland, the largest and most populous city in New Zealand. Must-try activities in Muriwai Beach include surfing, paragliding, hang gliding, and fishing (although dangerous because of the possibility of shark attack). In fact, in the year 2013, the first fatal shark attack in more than 30 years was recorded just 200 meters offshore!

Isla Bastimentos, Panama

In this island nestle the less frequently visited north-shore beaches like the Red Frog Beach and the Playa Primera. The lust forest of Red Frog Beach, as its name implies, is home to hundreds of red poison-dart frogs. Playa Primera, on the other hand, is anyone’s secret abode away from the bustling city.

Ibo Island, Mozambique

Beautiful, remote and untouched; these are three words that best describe Ibo Island. This island holds three beaches – all are incomparable in terms of sparkling blue waters and ivory-white sand. According to a website that features the most popular places in Mozambique, Ibo is ‘not a beach-lover’s paradise’; nonetheless, it is ‘one of the most intriguing, idyllic, and romantic islands you could dream of visiting’.

Coral Beach, Scotland

At first glance, there is absolutely nothing out of the norm with this secret beach. And you’d be absolutely right for thinking this. It’s the surrounding area of Plockton that is so extraordinary, and particularly, its palm trees. That’s right – palm trees in Scotland! A relatively unknown attraction known as the ‘Jewel Of The Highlands’, palm trees grow in the bayside groves, and slender yachts cruise about in the shady harbour. In lemans terms, the reason for this bizarre occurrence is due to the situation of the village, and the Gulf Stream’s influence on the surroundings. It’s worth noting that this juxtaposing region of Scotland is located a whopping 328 km (204 miles) from the capital, so it may be worth looking into about car hire at Edinburgh Airport upon landing for the 4-hour drive.

Queen’s Beach, Montenegro

Queen’s Beach is only accessible from the sea, which means a boat ride is the only possible mode of transportation. The picturesque beach stretches 400 meters long and is fenced by green hills. This place is isolated, preserved, and undeveloped. In fact, currently there is no road, water supply, and even electricity. Although a ‘virgin’ place, the unsurpassed beauty of this beach is the main reason why it has managed to bag a spot in our list of the best secret beaches on Earth.

Sibang Cove, Philippines

The Philippines is an archipelago with 7, 107 islands. So, the possibilities are boundless when it comes to ‘beautiful’ beaches. But it terms of ‘beautiful and peaceful’, Sibang Cove, Calayan Island in Cagayan Valley is the perfect match. Have you seen Tom Hanks in the film ‘Cast Away’? Be prepared to experience this wilderness should you decide to journey to this paradise because it has no resorts, restaurants, and other commercial lodging establishments.

So, Where Will You Go?

We hope this article helped pick your next destination – will it be a holiday or even a honeymoon? All that’s left to do is pick which paradise you desire, and enjoy ultimate privacy with a piña colada in hand (other beverages are available).

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