CT Throwback: Andaman’s Guitar Island Beach To Thailand’s Koh Mak; Here Are 10 Best Beaches Of 2023

Away from the hustle and bustle of life, here are the 10 best beaches of 2023 that made us fall in love with them!

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
CT Throwback: Andaman’s Guitar Island Beach To Thailand’s Koh Mak; Here Are 10 Best Beaches Of 2023

The sound of the waves running towards the shore, the sparkling shore with soft sand, and the cold breeze—ask any beach lover the definition of heaven, and their answer will be similar to these lines. Beaches are surely the best getaway! Away from the hustle and bustle of life, here are the 10 best beaches of 2023 that made us fall in love with them!

1. Guitar Island Beach, Andaman

Credits: Andaman Tourism

Among the numerous beautiful but uninhabited islands of the Andaman and Nicobar chains is Guitar Island. With a stunning blue ocean surrounding it and lush tropical greenery within, this island is a fantastic day trip from the main island. There aren’t any hotels or shops in this neighbourhood. People travel here by boat from adjacent Long Island in 15 minutes.

2. Kite Beach, Dubai

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One of the busiest beaches in Dubai is Kite Beach, which is great for sun worshippers, foodies, and sports fans alike. Kite Beach offers a lot of challenges for those who are serious about watersports and wish to test their abilities on one of Dubai’s top free beaches. Located in the Jumeirah neighbourhood, this place offers a variety of activities such as wakeboarding, stand-up paddleboarding, and kitesurfing. 

3. Malpe Beach, Karnataka

Credits: Karnataka Tourism

The beach, which is roughly six kilometres from Udupi, is undeveloped. In the Indian state of Karnataka, it is a significant port and fishing harbour. An exquisite vacation is created by the boundless stretch of golden sand, gracefully swinging palm trees, a clear blue sky, and the soft murmur of the water.

4. Lucky Bay, Australia

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There are many picture-perfect beaches along Esperance’s breathtaking coastline, but only one can rightfully call itself Australia’s whitest beach: Lucky Bay. Take a picturesque flight over the bubblegum-pink waters of Lake Hillier, paddle out into the Indian Ocean, or follow the Cape Le Grand National Park’s bushwalking trails.

5. Koh Mak, Thailand

Credits: Koh Mak

You must schedule a vacation to Koh Mak if you want to experience the enticing allure of strolling along serene beaches and taking in the majesty of solitude away from the hustle and bustle. This stunning location offers never-ending breathtaking vistas, and the relaxed surroundings are ideal.

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6. Honupu Beach, Hawaii

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Secluded within the well-known Na Pali Coast, Honopu Beach is a beach that only the most daring adventurers are able to see up close. This remote, pristine, Jurassic-esque paradise is the pinnacle of the beauty of the natural world. Nestled against 1,200-foot sea cliffs are two little sandy bays, divided by the impressive Honopu Arch landmark. 

7. Cenang Beach, Malaysia

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One of Malaysia’s busiest beaches is Cenang Beach, located on the picturesque island of Langkawi. It features turquoise blue waves, white sand beaches, and a large number of local and foreign visitors. There are many resorts here that cater to different price ranges for visitors. 

8. Navagio Beach, Greece

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Navagio Beach is a magnificent sight, even in the absence of the Panagiotis shell. The mystery is heightened by the shipwreck. The sea is a vivid blue colour, and the beach is bordered by towering limestone cliffs, some of which reach 200 metres into the sky.

9. Pink Beach, Indonesia

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One of the planet’s seven pink beaches, Pantai Merah, is aptly dubbed Pink Beach. It is only one of Komodo Island’s many remarkable features that make it a true natural wonder of nature. The remarkable colour of this beach is attributed to tiny organisms known as Foraminifera, which cause the coral reefs to become reddish.

10. Al Maroona Beach, Qatar

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The immaculate turquoise ocean and golden sand beach characterise Al Maroona Beach. This beach, which lies in Qatar’s northeast, is thought to be among the most stunning in the nation. Since there are no covered areas, visitors are usually encouraged to bring a long umbrella to shield themselves from the direct sun rays.

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Which of these beaches have you visited?

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