Guide To The 4 Best Beaches To Plan In Your Next Trip

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Sometimes, you just wish that you can get away to a beach and take stress off from your life. It is nice to be able to sit down on a seaside and enjoy the picturesque scenery of nature. It is even more cool to take part in some recreational activities in the crystal blue waters. The following are the best 4 beaches for people who are planning for beach vacations.

  1. Sanibel Island Beach

Sanibel Island beaches are the best beaches in Florida. They won many awards as the best beaches for collecting shells. You can bring your dog but you must keep it on leashed. They do not allow the people to bring any beverage from November – May. Basic amenities such as restrooms, showers, and picnic tables are available. The parking is not free but parking for handicap people is free. Many people go to Sanibel Island to collect shells, fishing, and watch birds. It is also the ideal honeymoon vacation spot for couples who have just married. 

  1. Cabbage Beach

Cabbage Beach is the same beach where the legendary Atlantis used to be. It is a beautiful beach with crystal clear turquoise water and white sand seashore. Cabbage Beach is regularly cleaned and you won’t stumble across any trash while strolling. The beach has some rough currents so you must be careful when swimming. You can rent chairs and umbrella at an affordable rate. Around the beach, you will find a lot of vendors selling drinks that are served in a coconut and pineapple. 

  1. Pensacola Beach

Pensacola Beach is a sugar white sandy beach situated on the Santa Rosa Island. Santa Rosa Island is the longest barrier island with a beach that starts from the western end of Florida and continues up to the Gulf of Mexico. The emerald green water has mild temperature and is always clear and free from trash. Depending on the season, this beach can have a lot of crowds. At Pensacola Beach, you can visit the national park which has an extensive trail for biking. You can enjoy snorkeling, kayaking and fishing at Pensacola Beach. 

  1. Hanalei Beach

Hanalei Beach is a crescent shaped beach at Kuaui. On this beach, you will find a sandbar that is about 100 yards long. The water at the sandbar is suitable for wading as it reaches up to your chest. There are lots of things to do at Hanalei Beach including diving from the pier, surfing, dipping your feet into the water from the pier, and fishing. There is a shack where you can rent surf boards. You can also go snorkeling to see the fishes under the water. However, most fishes will be small as the water is not deep. 

  1. Harrismith Beach

Harrismith beach is a white sandy beach situated on the southeast coast of Barbados. It features an ocean with varying shades of blue. You can climb up onto the cliff to see a panoramic view of the ocean. This beach has strong current so it might better to just sit on the seashore to watch the scenery. There is an old mansion that is in dilapidated state on the beach site. You can explore the old mansion and take photos if you want.