Beaches are a perfect source of natural sunlight, which is great for blood vessels and skin. When the sun shines, it can also be a great way to lose body fat while still having plenty of energy. And because they’re such an obvious choice for beach destinations, there are actually a ton of them. So where do you look when you want to getaway from it all and get back to being yourself? Beaches! Because they’re so much fun, yes… But they’re also oneof the best ways to go about ending the summer in one fell swoop. Read on for our top 10 recommendations for best beach destinations in the summer.
Belvedere National Park, U.S.A.
This is largely due to the fact that it’s the most popular way to visit the park in humid Southern California. Yes, the winters here are cold, but the summers are hot as the park stays very dry, with no rain anywhere in sight. The first thing you’ll do when you get to the park is head to the world-renowned BelvedereFarm to get your eyes on the real deal. Not only will you be getting a closer look at the real deal, but you’ll also be getting a firsthand look at the place where it all comes together. If you’re looking for a cozy getaway, this could be it.
Cancun is another one of those places that you go to in the summer to get a deal on the beach and you miss when you get back because it’s so perfect. It’s a classic example of how you can get away from it all and still spend time with your body. There are tons of cheap hotels around Cancun that will take you to the hotel pool and you can use the pool access as a sun massage. The beach is absolutely incredible and you can relax at night without having to worry about being seen or heard by tourists. There’s also a couple of fun water activities you can do while you’re here, like go snorkelling off the edge of the beach or go fishing off the port.
Key lagoons and marine sceneries
Key lagoons are some of the most popular beaches in the world and they’re definitely worth exploring while you’re here. You can relax on the sand during the day and take in the views at night when you’re on the hotel pool deck. While the key lagoons are a little drier than the others, there’s still plenty of water to go around and you can always take a dip in one of the nearby lakes.
This South Island island in New Zealand is so famous for its beautiful turquoise waters that it’s almost a tourist attraction. If you’re looking for a summer getaway and you want to treat yourself to a luxury experience, Santorini is for you. The island is famous for its “snorkelling” or snorkelling, which is essentially going out into the middle of the coral reefs and using your hands and feet to navigate. The beauty of this is that it’s not only beautiful, but it’s also very kid-friendly. You can choose from a ton of different activities like, can you guess, snorkelling, paddle boarding and scuba diving.
Pclient Beach Resort and Spa, South Carolina
You could always turn this beach vacation into a spas experience by heading to Pclient Beach Resort and Spa, South Carolina. This place is all about relaxation and you can relax on the sun deck while the water provides a calm and comfortable private atmosphere. The pool is so warm you’ll feel like you’ve got invited to a warm fire, which is perfect for the temperature of the day. There’s also a hot water spring just a short drive away, which is just as nice.
Banff National Park, Canada
This park in Switzerland is also known for its turquoise waters, but Banff is even more appealing for its atmosphere and almost otherworldly beauty. If you’re looking for a luxurious getaway, Banff is the place to go. It’s also restricted to just 30 days due to the warm and humid winter here in Canada, but there’s still plenty of wild nature to be explored and you can always go fishing or go on a hiking tour of the wooded areas nearby.
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Aran Islands National Park & Reserve, L.A. & V.A.
This is one of the most popular getaway options for beach lovers in the world and luckily there are a ton of options to choose from. You can always head to the islands off the coast of L.A. & V.A. to the south of Los Angeles, like the Aran Islands or the Saughton Islands to get your fill of the sea, but the best option is probably to visit Aran’s National Park.
Bali’s famous Playland, Indonesia
This is one of the most exciting rides in all of Asia and you need to go see it before it’s too late. The parks in Bali are all famous for their amusement park rides and this is one of the most popular because of how spectacular it is. You can choose from some pretty fun rides like a wave pool, an amusement park-themed rollercoaster or even a water slide. All in all, Bali’s famous Playland is an incredibly fun way to spend an hour or two in the company of friends.
Costa Rica’s Alamas Lake National Park & Reserve and Las Cabras National Park & Reserve
This is another National Park in Central America and it’s also one of the most popular of the area because of the amount of tourist that visits it. The park is also well known for its beautiful beaches and waterfalls, but because of its location (on the Caribbean coastline) it’s actually drier than other parks in this area. So if you’re looking for a tropical vacation with plenty of rain, this is definitely one to add to your bucket list.
- Costa Rica’s Al Mantos National Park & Reserve, L.A. & V.A.
This is another park with plenty of compelling attractions and activities that you can check out if you’re looking for a relaxing summer getaway. If you’re looking for a non-rough-in-the-water experience, visit Costa Rica’s Al Mantos National Park and Reserve in northern L.A. and you’ll have no problem in taking in all the beautiful views. If you’re looking for a challenge, however, try your hand at sailing the Pacific coast from a luxury yacht and picking up the Northern Lights at sea.