Beaches are the best places to see blue skies, oceans, white shorelines and palms, a breeze in your hair, a drink in your hand, and sand between your toes. A hefty portion of us would book the next flight out, if we could, regardless of what was happening at home. Here are ten destination Most Luxurious Beaches to check.
1. Honokalani Beach, Wai’anapanapa State Park, Hawaii
With its coal black shore, lapis lazuli waters, and thick, wilderness like foliage, Honokalani Beach is everyone’s fantasy. Other than lying sluggishly on the “sand”— made up of small magma stones—there’s bounty to do: you’ll discover shoreline magma tubes and ocean caves cut into the lava cliffs along the shore. It’s wild, untainted Hawaii and an important stop on the way to Hana.
2. Honopu Beach, Kauai, Hawaii
Otherwise called Cathedral Beach, Honopu—like Waipio Valley—is very hard to reach. For one thing, it’s not open aside from by water, so to arrive, you should swim from a seaward watercraft, or from neighboring Kalalau Beach (a quarter-mile swim). Be that as it may, the inconvenience is justified, despite all the trouble: Think cumin-shaded sand circumscribed by taking off, vegetation-shrouded precipices—and, most circumstances, not a spirit in sight.
3. Dusk Beach, Oahu, Hawaii
Surely understood as one of the worlds best places to observe enormous wave surfing in winter (the shoreline is home to the Vans Triple Crown), the water here gets to be as quiet as a lake in summer, making it a magnificent spot for snorkeling. Following a day spent in the sand and surf, don’t towel off and head home right now: Above all, as its name proposes, the night falls truly take care of business for guests.