Best beaches in the world

Let’s go to see all of the beautiful and unbelievable beaches you where you must to chill and explore.

Start your plans and your futur trips to admire theses amazing spots. You’ll want so much travel when you see this article.

They’re absolutely breathtaking !

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Tikehau Island, French Polynesia

You Can’t decide whether you want white- or pink-sand beaches? You have to go at this postcard-worthy stretch of beach. This island is so small. You could enjoy the bright blue waters, which are prime for snorkeling and scuba diving. In fact, this remote spot, about a 55-minute flight from Tahiti Island, contained the highest concentration of fish in the world.

You must go to The sublimely tropical Tikehau Pearl Beach Resort.

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Dreamland Beach, Bali

Located on the Bukit peninsula was first “discovered” around the 1970s and has since become a top destination for surfers. Though it has grown in popularity in the last 40 years and new resorts have cropped up, it still retains its chill atmosphere with small shops and beach cafes like Kelly’s Warung, known for its fresh juices, wraps, and smoothies.

You should stay at Mulia & Mulia Villas in Nusa Dua.

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Bathsheba Beach, Barbados

Rugged, wild, and untouched are just some of the words used to describe this beach, where both photographers and surfers flock to catch the best waves. It’s not really a beach of swimming but you wil take so many wonderful photos !

You could go to the Fairmont Royal Pavillon in Saint James.

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Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

Located on the western shore of the 75-square-mile island, the whole stretch of this 5.5 mile-long beach is public property, making it easy to stroll from hotel to hotel. So many things to discover on this island: you can lunch at an ocean-side restaurant, play to volleyball game with locals, take Jet Skis out further down the beach and snorkeling in Cemetery Reef.

I advice you to stay at the Ritz Carlton in Grand Cayman.

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Horseshoe Bay, Bermuda

Although one of the most popular beaches on the island, Horseshoe Bay has a secret. This is the Port Royal Cove, which has shallow water perfect for young kids and dramatic rock formations that complete wonderfully the soft pink sand.

Where to stay over there ? At the Reefs Resort & Club.

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Harbour Island, Bahamas

Located off the northeast coast of Eleuthera Island and away from other Bahamian beaches, families and couples alike can spend the day on pink sands and only seeing few other people. After basking in the sun and getting serenaded by the breeze rustling through the palm trees, visitors can pop into the town to roam down quaint Dunmore Street, and grab a sunset cocktail at Beyond the Reef.

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Blue Beach (La Chiva), Vieques, Puerto Rico

A long, thin stretch of perfect sand and clear water in a thousand shades of blue make this one of the Caribbean’s top beaches. Since it’s accessed only by parking in one of 21 tiny turn-offs along a bumpy, unpaved road in the middle of the island’s western National Wildlife Refuge, getting there is part of the adventure. Snorkel on your own, or book a trip with one of the island’s operators for a trip to its secret underwater spots.

You could spend at W Retreat & Spa, Vieques.

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Trunk Bay, St John, USVI

Undeniably one of the most photographed beaches in the Caribbean, if not the world, Trunk Bay sits in the northwestern corner of the Virgin Islands National Park. Calm, clear water, and a 225-yard-long Underwater Trail for superb snorkeling are big draws, as are hiking trails up and into the surrounding greenery filled with the ruins of historic sugar cane plantations.

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Waipio, Valley Beach, Big Island, Hawaii

This beach in Waipio Valley is one of the hardest to get to in Hawaii—you must hike or drive down a treacherously narrow, steep road to reach your destination. But it’s well worth the trek: you’re rewarded with a mile-long black volcanic sand beach bordered by 2,000-foot cliff walls and backed by thick rainforest. If that weren’t scenic enough, the Kaluahine and Waiulili waterfalls cut into the cliffs at the south end of the beach, and are accessible via a boulder-strewn trail along the surf.

You should stay at Mauna Kea Beach Hotel.

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Orient Bay Beach, St Martin

Not everyone wants to go to the beach to relax ! On this beach, you can party all day with the scenic white sand and blue waters as backdrop. Plenty of bars and clubs are located on the beach and since it’s so populated, getting (and staying) here is easy, as it’s only about two miles from the airport. The daring beachgoers will appreciate the area for nudists.

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Places to visit in Egypt

Are you currently planning a trip? And are you wondering what are the best places to visit in Egypt? You are probably not alone. Egypt has gigantic monuments as old as 6.000 years and Cairo, with its 22 million inhabitants certainly has to offer an abundance of unique landmarks and tourist attractions as well. Here there is a massive list of the best things to see in Egypt. This is not your standard list of pretty pictures of the pyramids. You will discover the favorite landmarks in Egypt.

Pyramids of Giza & the Sphinx

No trip to Egypt is complete without visiting the Pyramids of Giza. It truly is and will always remain THE must see in Egypt. While there are over 120 pyramids in the country of the Pharaohs, the ones around the Giza necropolis are the largest, (almost) the oldest and certainly the most perfect ones. There are many camel rides available around the Pyramids. Best come with a local guide who can show you around.

You can even get inside the pyramids, but you will need an extra ticket. The climb inside the Pyramid of Kofu is somewhat claustrophobic, sharply sloped and it will be very hot inside. There isn’t much to see, except an empty coffin.

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The famous Sphinx is located a little lower in the valley and you must absolutely visit it. This monument is ancient. There are a sound and light show (a little kitsch) every night.

Valley of the King

Every people know The dry & preserving Egyptian climate and the elaborate burial practices of the Pharaohs. You probably have heard of Tutankhamun and Ramses II, but they certainly weren’t the only Pharaohs from the so-called New Kingdom. They all have something in common though: They were buried in the valley of Kings on the west bank of Luxor.

To see all those reliefs and murals from 4,500 years ago is truly a sight like no others. Certainly one of the best places to visit in Egypt!

The murals are so clear with such intense colors it is impossible to believe they are so ancient. It really pays off to get a local guide or at least read a bit about the Ancient Egyptian burial practices in advance.

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Temple of Philae

The temple of Philae is the single most intact temple in all of Egypt. It is also the site where the last hydrographs were ever written. Philae is located on a small island just a few kilometers in front of the grand Aswan High Dam. It is the most beautiful Place in Egypt!

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Abu Simbel

Abu Simbel is one of those hard to reach historical sites in Egypt. You can either take a plane from Aswan, it is about 1 hour, or you can take the bus or a taxi; it is about 3-4 hours each way. Ramesses II built it as a visual sign of his authority over the Nubians.

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Snorkeling/diving in the Red Sea

Egypt has a lot of famous snorkeling hotspots on the Red Sea. Most of the resorts are spectacular and considerably cheap so quite popular among European vacationers). But no matter if you pick a luxury hotel or not, you will have access to the beautiful and incredibly colorful maritime life of the Red Sea.

Cairo Citadel

In Cairo, you absolutely have to visit the old citadel with it’s imposing Muhammad Ali Mosque. It’s often called the Alabaster Mosque due it’s exterior of alabaster tiles. So you have to visit the Al-Nasir Muhammad Mosque inside the Cairo Citadel. You can admire the beautiful view of the city, this is just stunning. You must put it in your list of things to do in Egypt.

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Nile Cruise

A Nile cruise is the best way to get in contact with ancient Egypt. All Pharaonic structures and historical places in Egypt can be found on the grand river’s sides. Not many cruise lines are still operating with the decline of the tourists in recent years. You could do a cruise for example on the Oberoi Zahra. You will appreciate the luxury of this unique riverboat. It is not really cheap, but they offer the best excursions, their food is safe and high-quality.

Visit a Bazaar

The Bazaar is often close to the mosque, and sellers showcase their wares, like souvenirs, spices, and clothes. It can be found in copious amounts, with a barbershop and some cafés sprinkled in between. The sounds, light, and smells are quite dazzling, and it’s one of the best things to do in modern Egypt.

Be careful, the local vendors are extremely good at charming you into buying stuff.

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Visit a Nubian Village

One of the boarding countries of the pre-dynastic Egypt was Nubia.

Ramesses and many other Pharaohs conquered the Nubians, yet they do remain as a distinct ethnic minority within Egypt until this day.

Their villages are located in the south. On the Elephantine island, In Aswan, is their largest settlement. The buildings are way more colorful, as are their traditional garments, and it’s certainly one of the unique things to do in Egypt.

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Which country is more expensive for Expat?

Everybody wants to travel, discover the world, different countries, cultures, monuments landscapes, and new people… Today, so many students plan an expat in another country during the studies, in a partner university, or between 2 years of studies. Lots of destinations are so attractive and coveted.

Bangkok, Thailand

Buzzing, hip and dynamic. Bangkok is the city of angels and the capital of Thailand. Apart from being one of the most visited cities in the world, Bangkok is also an ideal destination for expats to settle in. Modern, affluent and affordable, you’ll find everything you ever need such as entertainment complexes, nightlife and even business opportunities. it is just so convenient here: from transportation to all kinds of restaurants, an amazing nightlife and tons of things to explore every day.

Accommodation: To rent something similar it would cost around 30000 Baht per month which really isn’t too affordable on a local wage. 1 bedroom apartments, simple and yet comfortable for maybe 10,000 Baht per month.

Eating: It is a good place for cheap international food. You can easily eat on a dollar when living in Bangkok

Drinks and nightlife: Big beers cost around $1.50 at the local corner shop. If planning to party when living in Bangkok, it can become expensive. It is easy to spend $50 on a night out.

Transport: taxi prices rarely go higher than 150 Baht within Bangkok’s CBD, so they are no doubt ridiculously cheap.

Toronto, Canada

Toronto is a ‘melting pot’ of cultures embracing newbies and absorbing them into its lifestyle, culture and community. Despite being filled with people from all over Canada, Northern America and the rest of the world, the city doesn’t have an expat vibe to it; everyone lives in the city is their own.

Accommodation: Unlike Vancouver, Toronto still real estate properties that are affordable. Apartments located in Summerhill, Forrest Hill, Rosedale, Moore Park, Lawrence Park, East York, Harbourfront, The Annex, Midtown and Yorkville costs a monthly rent from C$1,916 for 60 square meter apartment to C$3,400 for a 120 square meter apartment. Sharing an apartment is a good idea in Toronto. A room costs about C$600 monthly.

Eating: Dining in restaurants costs approximately C$25.00 for a three-course meal. Drinking in bars costs C$3.50 for coffee while beer costs C$4.50.

Transport: Metered taxi flag down costs USD$3.00 and one needs to add USD$1.50 per additional kilometer. Taxi companies include Crown Taxi, Diamond Taxicab, and Royal Taxi.

Hong Kong, China

Hong Kong is incredibly modern and yet wildly traditional at the same time. Here you also get a dizzying variety of gastronomic experience to choose from at an affordable price.

Accommodation: Discovery Bay on Lantau Island is popular with expats and offers affordable housing options, as well as access to international schools. A small one bedroom apartment in one area might cost HK$14,000 while a larger one further from the city center might be HK$8,000.

Utilities can be one of your biggest expenses. A monthly electric, gas, water, and garbage bill can be around HK$1,000.

Eating: Dining prices can vary greatly depending on the kind of eatery you choose to frequent. Eating at a small noodle bar can offer you a lunch for under USD$3.

Transport: Taxis are affordable and start at a fixed price of USD$2.50.

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Dubai, with its wonderful hot climate, miles of beaches and a thriving economy is a popular destination for expats from all over the world.

Accommodation: Rents in popular expat areas such as Dubai Marina, Jumeirah Beach Residence and old town Dubai, for a two bedroom apartment can cost anywhere from AED 100,000 to AED 140,000 annually, whereas a modest two-bedroom apartment further out in areas such as Al Qusais will cost you around AED 75,000 per year.

Eating: It is possible to eat out fairly often in Dubai for cheap prices as the city provides a variety of dining options to suit many budgets.

Transport: Taxi for one kilometer is AED 1.75.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

The cost of living in Buenos Aires is above average compared to most large cities. However, the Argentinian economy does have a tendency to fluctuate and inflation is very unstable.

Accommodation: Expats should be aware that if they choose to rent in Argentina they will pay much more than what a local would. Expats will be required to provide a few months’ rents in advance and will also need a guarantor. New arrivals can expect to budget about 20 percent of their income for accommodation.

Eating: The meal at a mid-range restaurant is ARS 560.

Transport: For a taxi in Buenos Aires, the kilometer is ARS 17.00.