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Photos4travel Travel Guides Introduces Five Undiscovered Beach Destinations
“These beaches are quiet and secluded spots where you escape from the rigors of life any time of the year. Finding five undiscovered beaches in a world already filled with beaches, gives beach lovers more choices and the opportunity to walk on long unspoiled beaches filled with beauty and unending beach treasures.” That quote is from Photos4travel Travel Guides creative director.
The director goes on to say: “In other words, even if a couple of them are in familiar parts of the world, they are places that have not been spoiled or commercialized by man.”
“These undiscovered beaches were picked by us because of their beauty, swim ability and their isolation factor, as well as the fact that even some of the locals don’t know about them. Photos4travel Travel Guides has developed vacation packages that included land and sea travel arrangements, hotel bookings and all the other travel plans that will make your trip a one-of-a-kind experience. All you have to do is pack a bag.”
The first beach in this exclusive group sits halfway between New Zealand and Hawaii on the Manua Islands. The Manua Islands are part of American Samoa. American Samoa is pretty remote, but the Manua Islands are even less traveled. Sitting on the west coast of the volcanic island of Ofu, is Ofu beach, which is part of Samoa’s National Park. Ofu Beach is a two mile stretch of finely graded coral sand. Right behind the beach is an unspoiled area of nothing but lush greenery, jagged slopes and palm trees swaying in the ocean breeze. Photos4travel has named Ofu the best undiscovered beach in the world. Ofu Island is private, secluded and is not commercialized in any way.
Bai Kem, also known as Ice Cream Beach, is a beach on Phu Quoc, a 105 island archipelago in the gulf of Thailand. Vietnam beaches have been under the radar screen for years for several reasons. Bai Kem is the crown jewel of Vietnam beaches. Bai Kem is an unspoiled beach on the southern tip of Phu Quoc. The beach got its name because the beach is a soft, fine white sand that almost glows in the dark. When Photos4travel says it’s unspoiled, they mean it. Ice Cream Beach is a hide-a-away that's free of everything, but the sun, surf and the exquisite beauty of the island. Travel guides rate Ice Cream Beach the number two undiscovered beach in the world because if offers guests tranquility, relaxation, serenity and absolute unspoiled beauty.
Medjumbe Island is part of the Quirimbas Archipelago in Mozambique. Medjumbe Island is just 380 yards wide and 875 yards long and it’s all beach. It’s a 40 minute plane ride from the Pemba Islands, and as soon as you get off the plane, you’re captivated by the unending beauty that surrounds you. As far a hotel booking, there 13 thatched chalets, which are part of the Medjumbe Island Resort. The chalets are the only accommodations on the island, so that gives you an idea of the peace and quiet you’ll experience on this island paradise. The Quirimbas Archipelago is filled with unspoiled beaches, but Medjumbe Island takes the prize and is Photos4travel third best undiscovered beach in the world.
Bangaram Island is part of the Lakshadweep Islands of India. This group of undiscovered islands sits just off the southwest coast of India and most of the world has never heard of them. That’s because the India government does not allow foreigners access to the islands. Bangaram is an exception. The island has one resort, which is the Bangaram Island Resort. The resort goes out of its way to be eco-friendly. So you can experience the beauty of the beaches and the warmth of the owners of the resort. Bangaram is the fourth best undiscovered beach in the world, because it’s one beach where privacy is never an issue.
Photos4Travel Travel Guides fifth best undiscovered beach in the world is Anse Georgette on Praslin Island, which is part of the Seychelles Archipelago. Anse is so secluded that almost no one knows it exists except the green turtles and the rare hawksbill. The turtles lay their eggs in the pure white sand and take comfort in the fact that they have this magnificent beach all to themselves. Anse Georgette Beach is on the grounds of the beautiful Lemuria Resort. You can kayak to hidden pockets of the beach where the shallow crystal clear water is perfect for skinny dipping.