1. La Sagesse Bay, Grenada from The Most Beautiful Remote Beaches in the World

The Most Beautiful Remote Beaches in the World

1. La Sagesse Bay, Grenada

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Looking for the perfect romantic getaway? Look no further than La Sagesse. Enjoy the white sands and admire the tropical gardens. Treat yourself and your loved one to a stay at the La Sagesse hotel that sits on the beautiful La Sagesse beach.  Tip: The bay is not accessible by car so you will want to stay in the hotel.

2. Wildcat Beach, California

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Getting to Wildcat Beach is a journey; you have to hike over 5 miles to get there! Stay at the Wildcat Campground overnight, walk the 2.5-mile long beach, go mountain biking, backpacking, beachcombing, and visit Alamere Falls. Tip: Alamere Falls is on the far south end of Wildcat Beach.

3. Smuggler’s Cove, Greece

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Smuggler’s Cove is also known as Navagio Beach. It is located on the Greek Islands and is only accessible by boat. Try taking a boat cruise or a speedboat to Smuggler’s Cove. Enjoy the beautiful scenery, the limestone cliffs, the crystal blue water and white sand. Tip: Try BASE jumping for fun!

4. Ko Adang, Thailand

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The beautiful Ko Adang beach is full of adventure. Go on a snorkeling tour, walk a jungle trail and admire the monkeys and lizards! Then, visit the beautiful waterfalls! Tip: If you are staying in Lipe, take a day trip to Adang or stay in a tent on the island.

 

5. Macushla Beach, Australia

Looking for a secluded beach? Tired of the millions of tourists? Visit Macushla Beach! Admire the unique wildlife, and beautiful waterfalls. Tip: Stay at the Hinchinbrook Island Wilderness Lodge. Watch some of the most beautiful sunsets in the world on the nearly empty beach.

6. Bai Dai Beach, Vietnam

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Taking a trip up or down Vietnam’s east coast? Don’t forget to stop at Vietnam’s longest beach… Bai Dai Beach.  It is one of the world’s most secluded surf spots! Stay at the Nha Trang. They will take you to the beach and back for only $5. Plus, they have a rage of surf boards you can rent.

7. Whitehaven Beach, Australia

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Whitehaven Beach is only accessible by boat or helicopter. The island is a natural preserve; it has some of the purest sand on the earth! Visit the northern end of Whitehaven Beach to see the beautiful Hill Inlet. Go on a sailing adventure or seaplane for the ultimate experience.

8. Bora Bora

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Picking one specific beach in Bora Bora was way too difficult! Visit the magical island of Bora Bora for some of the most secluded beaches in the entire world. Tip: For the most privacy, visit the small Islands of Motu Tofari or Tevairoa.

 

9. Cayos Cochinos, Honduras

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Located on the northern shores of Honduras, Cayos Cochinos of one of the most secluded beaches in the world. There are no roads, only few resorts such as the Turtle Bay Eco Resort. Go diving, snorkeling, and kayaking without the enormous amount of tourists.

10. Monkey Beach, Tioman Island, Malaysia

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Monkey Beach is not accessible by road. You can take a boat from the National Park at Teluk or walk along the coastline of the park. Although it is a secluded beach, be prepared for the monkeys! Buy a coconut, go for a swim or catch stunning views from the lighthouse.

11. Rocktail Bay, South Africa

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Rocktail Bay is only accessible by plane. Travelers can enjoy the beautiful coral landscapes and some of the most incredible diving in the world. Tip: Stay in a secluded wooden treehouse for the ultimate privacy and extraordinary views.

12. Carro Quebrado, Brazil

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Carro Quebrado is a desert beach that is almost completely empty. All you will find is a tiny bar, red cliffs and a large ocean. Admire the colorful stones, and stunning views.

13. Navio Beach, Puerto Rico

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Getting to Navio Beach will be rough; your car may encounter some potholes and trees but the result is absolutely worth it. You will arrive at one of the most stunning secluded beaches in the world. Enjoy the fine sand, crystal waters and large waves.

14. Railay Beach, Thailand

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Railay Beach is accessible by boat. It is a secluded beach with a laid-back feel. Enjoy the incredible scenery, calm waters and amazing sunsets. Tip: There are a variety of tours to choose from, climb to the lagoon, go rock climbing and diving.

The Most Beautiful Remote Beaches in the World