1. Bahia Honda State Park
Located in the Florida Keys, the Bahia Honda State Park is a state park with two beautiful beaches. The Calusa and Sandpur Beaches. The remote island offers excellent destination for kayaking and snorkeling. Boat trips are also available to the reef, and if that not your speed, you can simply picnic on the beach and gaze into the awesome sunsets.
2. Corn Cove
Located off the coast of Rhode Island, Block Island is becoming more popular with tourists every year thanks to its 17 miles of shoreline and picturesque scenery. There are high cliffs that allow for great views of the ocean, the beach is a favorite for surfers, walkers and swimmers.
3. Cumberland Island
Cumberland Island is known as one of the most scenic spots in Georgia and is home to armadillos, alligators, white-tailed deer and wild boar. The beach is a white sandy beach and great for exploration, the wild horses that frequent the sandy beach is also a sight to enjoy.
4. El Matador State Beach
El Matador State Beach is one of the three beaches that make up the Robert H. Meyer Memorial Beach. There are trails that take you up and down the bluffs, passing arched rocks and caves, which are exceptional for exploring at low tide.
5. Hulopoe Bay
Found in Lanai, Hawaii, this beach is a beautiful, almost untouched paradise. The clear blue waters and white sand beaches reminds you of the Caribbean, and the spinner dolphins that are sometimes seen visiting the shore just add to the pristine destination.