When you imagine a trip to the beach, what do you see? Of course, you could very well be thinking of a local beach that you like, and there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that. However, there’s plenty for us to explore and experience in the outside world, and with hundreds, or actually thousands of stunning beaches scattered at some of the most beautiful locations in the world, you’ll be missing out if you didn’t at least attempt to visit some of them. We’ve got our favorite picks for 2019 down below, and we hope they’ll inspire you for your next trip!
Seven Mile Beach
It’s located on the western shore of the Grand Cayman and is open to the public, so it really doesn’t matter which hotel or accommodation you choose to stay in. There’s tons of things to do and experience here on a daily basis, and that can range from enjoying an ocean-side meal, playing a beach sport with the locals, snorkeling, jet-skiing, and plenty more.
Although Bali takes up most of our attention due to its many beautiful photo-worthy shots and serene culture, you’ll be missing out on one of Indonesia’s gems if you don’t visit Ora Beach. Located in Maluku, this emerald treasure isn’t particularly known to tourists. If you’re thinking to relax face up by floating in the water, you can definitely do so in this peaceful part of the world.
Be prepared to be dazzled upon arrival, because Anguilla beaches are way above the ordinary. Here, you can relax in therapeutic warm waters and sink your toes in sugary sandy beaches the entire day. It doesn’t do dramatic scenery like those with fantastic cliff formations and lush forests, but it’s definitely a little slice of heaven on its own.
Black-sand beaches are truly in a class of its own, and for good reason: the sand is a beautiful polished black. Reynisfjara is one of Ireland’s most stunning beaches, and with the Atlantic crashing against the magnificent cliffs of Mount Reynisfjall, you’ll probably start to believe you’ve landed in a fantasy story plot. In fact, the “Game of Thrones” shot part of Season Seven there, and if you’ve seen that, you’ll understand why.
You might not have had the opportunity to visit this spot in Thailand, but you’ll probably recognize it from its many appearances in dozens of movies over the years. Of course, its looming mountains and turquoise waters are the star of the show, but it also feels amazingly isolated (even with the huge number of tourists visiting every year). You’ll need to hire a boat to get here, but it’ll definitely be worth it.
Our St. Louis airport shuttle has fetched and dropped off thousands of satisfied customers over the years, and we intend to do the same this year as well. If you’re ever need (or want) of a ride to and from the airport at any time of the day, don’t hesitate to give a call to our St. Louis car service or book our services online. We’ll love to have you on board with us!