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Summer’s almost here. It’s time to pack your bags and hit the beach. In the case you’re looking for something a little more exotic, we’ve got the ultimate summer bucket list for you. From stateside Miami to Railay Beach, one of the world’s most stunning beachscapes, and everything in between, we suggest adding these to your #wanderlist immediately.
Krabi, Thailand is filled with some of the world’s most stunning beaches. One to add to your bucket list is Railay Beach, which is only accessible by boat. It’s pretty much like a scene out of The Beach sans a shirtless Leo DiCaprio. Unlike other beaches, the limestone cliffs make it super unique. And since it’s in Thailand, you can score unreal beachfront hotel deals because of the exchange rate that definitely works in our favor.
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It’s no surprise that Miami Beach is top of the list. Just look at that gorgeous, turquoise water. The most amazing thing about this beach is that it’s super easy for anyone in the states to get to — especially if you’re a New Yorker (hello, one hour flight!). With South Beach at your fingertips for nightlife and Miami’s happening food scene, you can’t go wrong. And if you’re looking for a room with an oceanfront view, check out Faena Hotel Miami Beach (above).
If you’re heading to the Land of Oz (aka Australia), Bondi Beach is a must. Hit the waves, learn how to surf in one of the world’s most iconic beaches, and enjoy the people watching. And since it’s in Sydney, you have a whole fabulous city to explore after you’re done. Welcome to the land down under!
Waikiki has been a longtime favorite for beachgoers and travelers alike, and it’s easy to see why. Once a playground to Hawaiian royalty, this bustling beach offers way more than a gorgeous oceanside setting. It’s a hotspot for nightlife in Oahu, and also offers outdoor adventures like hiking, biking, and more.
Often overshadowed by Cancun, Acapulco on Mexico’s Pacific coast is one beach everyone should experience. It became a super famous destination in the ’50s by the elite jet set crowd. In addition to the aqua blue water, the backdrop of the Sierra Madre del Sur mountains makes for an even more breathtaking view. You’ll never want to leave!
xx, The FabFitFun Team