Stunning Clearest Water You’ll Ever Want To Swim
Ever dream of taking a dip in the clearest of waters on a beautiful hot summers day with your Soulmate or with a group of your dearest friends? We’ve deemed you, our beloved readers, worthy of a list of Hand-picked most beautiful, crystal clear waters in the world. So if you are missing the summer already why not escape to a sun-drenched destination with clear, turquoise-colored waters? Unforgettable romantic vacation – Cheap Luxury Holidays For Couples!
These places — from the remote islands of the Philippines to the luxurious resorts of the Maldives — feature diamond-smooth, brilliant, turquoise-colored waters you’ll want to dip into.
We wouldn’t be so over-the-top to claim this is a list of places to visit before you die, but we would heartily recommend you make a trip to a few while you’re still alive.
1 Panari Island Okinawa – Japan
Aragusuku Island is called “Panari” by locals because it means “separated”. It comprises two islands, Kamiji and Shimoji that are connected by a coral shoal. During low tide, you can actually walk between the two islands. This area was once home to Dugong which are manatee looking mammals. The locals would catch these dugong and use them to pay their taxes to the Ryukyu Government.
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The Maldives, a tropical paradise of pristine beaches, are an archipelago of 1,192 coral islands grouped into 26 coral atolls (200 inhabited islands, plus 80 islands with tourist resorts) in the Indian Ocean. They lie south-southwest of India and are considered part of Southern Asia.
January to March could see the clearest water, absolutely crystal clear. Negligible plankton and being on the edge of a channel may have helped the clarity. Plus as weird as it sounds, the water was noticeably colder in January (not cold but just less bath type temp)
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3 Bora Bora – French Polynesia
As an over water bungalow exudes intimacy and romance it is the perfect setting for a honeymoon vacation, Tahiti wedding, or for romantic beach get-aways. French Polynesia offers the world’s largest selection and most are set over spectacular calm, warm, crystal clear blue lagoons. It is a must do activity for honeymooners to take pictures beneath the crystal clear water while swimming with the fishes.
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4 Bonito – Brazil
Down in Brazil there is a great little town called Bonito and on the outskirts of town are rivers that have colourful fish. Bonito is a municipality located in the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso do Sul. Its population was 17,275 (2007) and its area is 4,934 square kilometres (1,905 sq mi).
Being rivers, there is a constant flow of water happening, meaning that you simply put on your snorkel, fins and suit and float on down the river. It’s a great way to snorkel. First, the water is normally very clear. Second, the current takes you downstream at a leisurely pace, so you don’t even have to use your flippers. Third, the water is often only about waist deep, so no worries if you’re a poor swimmer.
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5 Sabah – Malaysia
From the remote Malaysian state, which covers the northern portion of Borneo and is ringed by reef-rich islands and crystal clear waters. There have been a numbers of Beaches with clear waters including Maiga Island – Semporna, Sapi Island etc, where people comes here for diving and snorkeling.
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6 Palawan – Philippines
Palawan Island Philippines is the largest island. It is no secret that the Philippines has some of the world’s best beaches, islands, and diving spots. This year though, in particular, the world seems to be sitting up and taking notice.
The island is half desert, so still undeveloped. You can enjoy the jungle, mountains, and white beaches. The northern part is characterized by incredible clear waters, white beaches, and many species of flora and fauna. Here at north there are most visited places like El Nido and Taytay, characterized by limestone cliffs and underwater with many species of tropical fish and coral, also are present five species of endangered sea turtles. Jungle have about 100 different species of birds!
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7 Cala Macarelleta And Macarella Menorca – Spain
The bay of Macarella and Macarelleta is on the south western side of Menorca and belongs to the Àrea Natural d’Especial Interès on Ciutadella’s southern coast. The most widely recognised images of Menorca’s virgin beaches come from Macarella and Macarelleta. Varios stunning shades of impeccably clear turquoise and blue water in the bay with white sandy beaches and surrounding rocks with shallow waters. Real lovely at the right time of year without all the tourists. Can be a bit crowded these days in peak season.
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8 Cayos Cochinos – Hondurus
The turquoise sea of this Honduran marine refuge is one of those places where you feel compelled to “get your GoPro, do some underwater exploring and return with amazingly clear images,” states the digital publication focused on tourism, travel and cultural experiences.
You can add excitement to your vacation by taking the boat ride to Cayos Cochinos! The place is a paradise on earth, very little impact on the eco system, protected area, where you can snorkel, scuba dive, or just hang out, eat fried fish and enjoy the beautiful scenery, wildlife and crystal clear waters
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9 Cook Island
The Cook Islands are a castaway’s dream. Among the most beautiful of all the Polynesian Islands, the archipelago’s 15 islands lie flung between French Polynesia and Samoa. Clear turquoise lagoons, volcanic peaks, and dazzling palm-fringed beaches recall the dramatic beauty of Tahiti, but with a more affordable price tag.
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10 Cocos Island
Situated in the Golden Triangle, 550 km off the mainland of Costa Rica, the converging nutrient-rich currents from nearby deep water attract multitudes of pelagic action to Cocos. Cocos is best described as a water lovers paradise. There aren’t too many places in the world where you can dive in clear waters with pristine coral gardens, fish in the lagoon or for the more adventurous, deep sea fish, snorkel over historical wrecks from WWII, visit remote islands in motorised canoes, island hop in a glass-bottom boat, surf a left-hand break, kite and wind surf.
Once considered a destination for hardcore divers, Cocos now attracts all sorts of scuba divers from all over the world, lured by its remote beauty and seas teeming with life.
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11 San Andrés – Colombia
Historically tied to England, the archipelago of San Andrés, Providencia and Santa Catalina is located almost 800 km northeast of the Colombian mainland, just 150 km from the coast of Nicaragua.
San Andres Island sits off the shores of Nicaragua and is a relatively long distance away from the coast of Colombia, but politically is property of the South American country. The Caribbean island of San Andres is blessed with swimming pool like waters, beautiful white sand beaches and some very friendly people. The crystal clear waters of San Andres make is a wonderful spot to either dive or snorkel. The divers will be pleased to find some impressive ship-wreck sites to explore.
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The Bahamas is known for its stellar beaches. With over 2,000 breathtaking islands and cays, and the clearest water on Earth, it’s no wonder visitors come from all around to sink their toes into miles of pure white, and in some places pink, sand. Many of the beaches have been voted “best in the world” by numerous publications, and it’s common to find a celebrity or two strolling along our shores. In short, the beaches you’ll find here are the very definition of paradise.
If you want more privacy you have to walk 200-300m up the beach, it´s more quiet and not many people at all. The locals help out with sun chairs and beverages, and they were very friendly.The sand is white and the water was very clear.
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