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Fun In The Sun: Best Beaches In The World, 2019

Summer is upon us and with it comes the holiday season. Obviously there is no such thing as a holiday season in the busy life of a CEO, but if you are a CEO with a family or just someone who loves to explore new places, it is inevitable that you will find time to get out of the home-work routine.

What’s more, if you’re young at heart and hit the gym on a regular basis to get that perfect beach body you would be aching to head out there and taste some surf. We covered the best amusement parks in our previous posts for your family, and this is all about the magic of beaches and gorgeous sunsets. Get your swimwear ready and those flights booked then, for the most beautiful beaches in the world. To help you plan some fun in the sun, CEOWORLD magazine’s best beaches in the world for 2019 have been revealed. Find out which are the world’s best beaches to visit in 2019.

Best Beaches in the World, 2019

  1. Honokalani Beach, Hawaii.
  2. Maundays Bay, Anguilla.
  3. Seagrass Bay, Laucala Island (Fiji)
  4. Bathsheba beach, Barbados.
  5. Banana Beach (Ko He Island), Phuket, Thailand.
  6. Matira Beach, Bora Bora (French Polynesia)
  7. Reethi Rah, Maldives
  8. Parrot Cay, Turks and Caicos Islands.
  9. Balos Lagoon, Kissamos, Crete, Greece.
  10. Baia do Sancho, Fernando de Noronha, Brazil.
  11. Kelingking Beach, Nusa Penida, Bali, Indonesia.
  12. Ka’anapali Beach, Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii, United States.
  13. Varadero Beach, Varadero, Cuba.
  14. Elafonissi Beach, Crete, Greece.
  15. Playa Norte, Isla Mujeres, Mexico.
  16. Radhanagar Beach, Havelock Island, India.
  17. La Concha Beach, San Sebastián, Spain.
  18. Seven Mile Beach, Cayman Islands.
  19. Seven Mile Beach, Negril, Jamaica.
  20. Anse Lazio, Praslin Island, Seychelles.
  21. Prainhas do Pontal do Atalaia, Arraial do Cabo, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  22. Clearwater Beach, Florida, United States.
  23. Playa Manuel Antonio, Puntarenas Province, Costa Rica.
  24. Playa de Ses Illetes, Formentera, Balearic Islands, Spain.
  25. Santa Monica Beach, Cape Verde.
  26. Falesia Beach, Faro, Portugal.
  27. Surfers Paradise Beach, Gold Coast, Australia.
  28. Fig Tree Bay, Protoras, Cyprus.
  29. Spiaggia dei Conigli, Lampedusa, Sicily, Italy.
  30. Manly Beach, Sydney, Australia.

Honokalani Beach, Hawaii.

Hawaii as a whole is one big piece of Earth that is picturesque in every way, and the Honokalani Beach easily distinguishes itself with it’s unique beach, which is actually made up of cooled lava pebbles rather than actual sand. Because of that, it appears black from above and along with the lush greenery that enshrouds it, this beach is a sight to behold in the summer months. We doubt that you would get enough of the peace and the views, but if you do, there are plenty of activities that you can indulge in. A definite visit then.

Maundays Bay, Anguilla.

If you’re in the hunt for crystal clear waters but don’t want to scour half of the world for it, this place will suit just fine. Without a doubt, Anguilla is another picturesque island just east of the British Virgin islands. Clear water, white sand and minimum people. This is the place for all your serenity needs.


Seagrass Bay, Laucala Island (Fiji).

This one is remote, no doubt about it. Located in the ever isolated Fiji Islands, Seagrass Bay is your destination if you want a taste of the solitary life, with the aid of modern luxuries at your disposal. And because of the fact that it is so remote, you are guaranteed of mother Nature being at her absolute best. Pristine beach, transparent waters and magnificent sights to behold.

Bathsheba beach, Barbados.

Bathsheba is along the Barbados coastline, and as with anything Barbados, it’s a wild and fun beach for you to dig your toes in. Bathsheba is world renowned for its spectacular beach waves, a happening commonly known as the “soup bowl”. This is another location wanting you to be ready with your cameras. And oh, lest we forget, it ticks all the right beach boxes. Sun, white sand, and lovely sea.

Banana Beach (Ko He Island), Phuket, Thailand.

Thailand needs no introduction if you were on the lookout for fun and food. And among the various beauty shots Thailand has to offer, Banana Beach is definitely in there as the best of them. It is a half hour boat ride from Phuket and what you get in return is a lush green jungle, a lovely beach and a host of fun activities that you can partake in for yourself and the family. This one is unmissable.

Matira Beach, Bora Bora (French Polynesia).

This is another one of those beaches in the in the little islands lost in the Pacific Ocean, but are now abuzz with human activity and hence a very nice resort for your beach hunt. This beach stretches to a mile and is complete with tranquility, beautiful white sand and a tropical forest backdrop. A perfect place to stay out of touch from the idiosyncrasies of modern, urban life.

Reethi Rah, Maldives.

You would be hard pressed to keep count of how many beaches the Maldives Islands have, but if we had to choose one of them in particular, Reethi Rah would be the one. Remote, untouched and with a solitary resort at service, Reethi Rah will give you the experience of a lifetime. Best suited for a couple of lovebirds, in our opinion.

Parrot Cay, Turks and Caicos Islands.

You will have to hitch a half hour boat ride to this place from Providenciales. But what you will see here is extraordinary. This quiet place only has a few villas and a resort to boot, and hence, not many people can be seen. In fact, we have reports that you won’t see even a single soul for a whole day. This probably must be the reason why stars like Bruce Willis have a private property on this Island. Parrot Cay comes at a price, but it is justified, down to the last penny.

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Azhar Alvi
Azhar Alvi is CEOWORLD magazine’s Global Lifestyle Correspondent. He covers anything and everything related to fashion and travel, whether luxury or business or design.
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