Looking forward to that next perfect adventure with your partner? While you might want to go to that amusement park to have fun or Eiffel tower, there is a better alternative- go somewhere with your partner where you can explore nature’s beauty alone. Beaches provide you with exactly that – the alone time you need to understand each other.
So, what are the best secluded beach gateways you can go to? While there are a number of great options out there all over the world, we bring to you some of the best choices for you. They are fun to go to and will give you the nature’s feel at its true best.
The Top Secluded Beach Gateways You Can Go To
After reading this article, and seeing how mesmerizing these places can be, you might have to take two, three or one more flight to reach some of these destinations, but we promise you, it’s worth all the jet lag and exhaustion that the long journey might give you. So read on and then get ready to book your tickets!
1. La Sagesse Bay, Grenada:
Grenada’s La Sagesse Bay is provides an irresistible sense of peace and seclusion. The beach is a half-an-hour drive from the international airport, and the few tourists who are aware of this quiet yet scenic beach, get to enjoy fresh sea-food and organically grown veggies while enjoying sunset at the beach.
2. Rocktail Bay:
Located in South Africa, this is one place that is difficult to reach and involves quite a lot of flight, but the beauty is worth the trouble that you take. Being an extremely secluded spot, accommodation is limited, but those lucky enough to find one, enjoy a beach that is completely untouched by human interference. Though traveling around isn’t easy, you do have some of the best diving and snorkeling options in the world!
3. Monkey Beach, Thailand:
Getting here involves a flight to Phuket and a short ferry ride to this island field with boisterous monkeys. Just refrain from getting too friendly with these creatures and enjoy them from a distance and you will be in paradise. If you don’t believe us, check it out yourself.
4. Les Sables Roses, Rangiroa, French Polynesia:
Have you ever imagines a pink beach?! Yes, you read that right. For your next unbelievable vacation and enviable holiday pictures, head off to Les Sables Roses which is french for ‘The Pink Sands’. It is an isolated deserted beach which get’s it’s pink sand colour because of the purely powdered coral. We wish you a happy pink holiday!
Located in the northern most tip of Denmark, we know this is different from a typical beach vacation. Granted, you won’t come back with the tan, but you will get to enjoy a completely secluded beach, and that too in Denmark! It is the point where two seas meet – the Kattegat and Skagerrak – and has appeared in several paintings and movies. You won’t get to jump into the water as it can be fatal but on the plus side, you get to share the beach with seals!