If you are like me and you dont want to be around to crowded beaches than you will search for hidden ones. I made a list of 6 most fascinating secret beach in the world. Hope you will like the list and wish you to visit as much as possible from those beaches. Lets start with the journey.
Muriwai Secret Beach, New Zealand
Monkey Secret Beach, Thailand
The colony of boisterous monkeys after which the island is named: Though they’re very cute, they’re not the least bit shy and won’t hesitate to approach you for food. It’s better to admire them from a distance and refrain from feeding them. Monkey Beach is – as the name probably gives away – filled with monkeys. Monkeys that roam around. Monkeys that paddle in the sea. Monkeys that come up to people and want to play.
Ibo Island secret , Mozambique
The 32 coral islands of the Quirimbas Archipelago—which have been proposed as a UNESCO World Heritage site for biodiversity and cultural harmony—beckon with mangrove forests and sandbank beaches (accessed by African dhow sailboats). Sparkling turquoise waters filled with marine life are superb for shipwreck snorkeling and deep-sea diving. Once the trading outpost of Mozambique, Ibo Island is the most accessible and historic isle in the Quirimbas, filled with stone architecture bearing the polyglot influences of Arab, Indian, and Portuguese settlers.
Lazy Beach, Koh Rong Samloem Island, Cambodia
If thatched-roof huts, crystalline waters, and silky sand beaches aren’t reason enough to hop aboard a wooden boat in Sihanoukville and join the 2.5-hour jaunt into the Gulf of Thailand, then take this beach’s name to heart and come to meander the jungle, nap in porch swings, and let life slow to a crawl. Another great thing is not popular like some other places. In fact Cambodia in general is less touristic so you can enjoy in the beaches with less people
Watamu secret beach, Kenya
Watamu is a small coastal town in Kenya, north of Mombasa. It’s known for Watamu Marine National Park and Reserve, which has 3 bays: Watamu, Blue Lagoon and Turtle. Sandy beaches and coral gardens are the defining features. Seabirds, as well as green and hawksbill turtles, inhabit Mida Creek with its sand flats and mangrove forest. Inland, Arabuko-Sokoke Forest Reserve is home to elephants, monkeys and rare birdlife.
Laid-back little Watamu looks out over the Indian Ocean and enjoys a blinding white-sand beach and a soft breeze coming off the water. It’s a gorgeous slice of coastline and one that includes its own marine national park. As well as its natural endowments, Watamu also has a number of excellent hotels and restaurants spread along its beach road, so it’s hardly a surprise that it’s the kind of place visitors return to.
Cayos Grande Secret beach, Cayos Cochinos, Honduras
The only part of the Cayos Cochinos island chain open to tourists, Cayos Grande is located within the world’s second largest coral reef, the Meso-American Barrier Reef. While only 24 miles away from the Honduras towns of Roatan or Utila, the entire island has remained pristine, thanks to limited tourism. In fact, only one resort is available in the island chain, and that is the 10 acre Turtle Bay Eco Resort, which features only eight cabins that can accommodate no more than 24 people total.