Most underrated beaches to visit this summer
Summer is here and it’s time for everyone to start planning vacations to beaches, in search of cool blue waters and tanning opportunities but the only problem is the crowd at beaches during this time of the year. This list is for all of those people who love spending time at the beach but hate the crowds there. It’s time to ditch the popular and crowded beaches and try these “underdogs” in the beach world where you can enjoy all the pace and solitude in the world.
This Dutch Caribbean Island is one of the most underrated Caribbean islands making it the ideal getaway for people who want a relaxed holiday. This island is full of beautiful beaches, such as Knip beach, Kabana beach and Mambo beach with its white sands, cool blue water and amazing water sports opportunities.
Wonga Beach, Port Douglas
This beach is around a half an hour drive from Port Douglas, Australia and is the best place for a relaxed and laid-back afternoon without all of the tourist buzzes. From here you can also visit the Daintree River and the National Park. A bonus would be the affordability of vacationing in this little beach town.
Koh Lanta, Thailand
Lanta beach in Thailand is one of the underdogs in this tourist country. Away from the crowded cities, this beach is best for people who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of their daily lives and just want to spend some time lying in the beautiful sand and sunbathing by the beach.
Cumberland Island, Georgia
Cumberland Island is only reachable by ferry ride from St. Mary’s, Georgia. These rides can be booked in advance online. The island is 18 miles of scenic beauty with utterly deserted beaches often visited by wild horses, marshes and dunes. The island doesn’t have any facilities for water sports or activities, instead it gives one the peace of mind that can be achieved when away from crowds of people.
Solana beach, California
This little coastal town situated at a distance of around a half hour drive from San Diego County. The beach here is one of California’s best kept secret with not much people milling around all the time. The area also has great food, music and seaside markets making it any tourist’s to-go destination.
Sandbridge Beach, Virginia
Sandbridge beach is one of the secrets of Virginia that lies in the shadow of Virginia Beach’s popularity. This beach offers opportunities for kayaking and hiking through the nearby False Cape State Park. This beach is an ideal family retreat as it is a very family- friendly beach town.
Dry Tortugas, Florida
Dry Tortugas is one of the best destinations for people who want to disconnect from their stressful and busy lives and just connect with nature. Accessible from the mainland only through ferry or plane, the beach is known for its amazing snorkeling and scuba diving experiences.