Bali is no stranger to vacationers, for a long time it's enchanting landscapes of rugged coastline, sun-soaked beaches and terrassed hills has attracted millions to its shores. It is known by many as Island of the Gods or Paradise On Earth, for a good reason. Its beaches offer world-class surfing and diving, cultural, archaeological and historical landmarks are in no shortage, the people are hospitable and display a colorful visual culture, and the island has more than enough structures and accommodations to make all of it accessible to the visitor.
Nestled on the Andaman sea facing the Indian ocean, Phuket, Thailand has some very beautiful beaches with calm waters and a party atmosphere, although some are overly visited by tourists. water sports activities are in abundance, swimming, diving, snorkeling, jet-skiing , yachting,and sailing in the jade colored waters is very enchanting, making Phuket a paradise destination the world over.
Although rugged and unforgiving, the vast untouched wilderness of " The Last Frontier" is a magnet to outdoor enthusiasts, some of which leave the intricacies of everyday life for a more primal basic existence more in touch with nature and themselves. The scenery and landscape is pristine and rivals any earthly Eden.
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.