Best African beaches:
Perched in the middle of the Indian ocean off the coast of Africa, the Seychelles are an ideal beach goer destination, with humid climate averaging 84°F. The country is a conglomeration of islands with many breath taking uncrowded beaches, that are quiet and clear skied and sometimes provide for wildlife sightings. The fine white sands and the crystal clear waters are welcoming. And there is no shortage of activities for tourists. Scuba diving, snorkeling, and fishing are pretty common. Nightlife activities are not sub-par either and are often tailormade for tourists...Anse Source d'Argent is the most well known beach, but Anse Lazio, Anse Georgette, and grand Anse are equally if not more beautiful...
Another island nation on the Indian Ocean , Mauritius is not low on beaches, but also lagoons and reefs. Hiking trails into the mountainous are a chance to see the rain-forest and the wildlife it offers. The beaches are equipped with shopping areas, and are within walking distances of bars restaurants and discos. other beaches on the east side offer water-parks for family activities. The most famous beaches are probably Grand Bay and Pereybere...
This north west African country is flanked by the Atlantic ocean( pretty much at the same latitude as the US east cost), but also the mediteranean sea on the north. The beaches have an exotic vibe, and have of recent years become a more and more popular destination for adventure surfing. Essaouira, boasts world-class windsurfing, and its walled medieval fortress was featured on Game of Thrones. the seashore is lined with grill stands that prepare fish fresh of the wooden boats. Agadir, nestled on a bay on the Atlantic at approximately the same line as Miami,offers the countries most well known beaches, lined with world class beach front hotels, cafes and bazaars. Although on occasion crowded with tourists and locals, and the souvenir vendors can get pretty pesky. 3 hours south, Sidi Ifni, offers calmer and warmer waters, and spectacular sandstone arches.