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There are still some “secret” hidden beaches in the world, some are more remote than others, but more often than not; the more effort you put into getting to them, the better and more secluded the beach.

Hawaii is one of the best places in the world for beaches and believe it or not, there are still plenty of unspoiled and deserted beaches on these magnificent islands. Surprisingly, the coastline of Big Sur in California also offers a number of beautiful beaches that are difficult to get to, keeping them well off the tourist map and well worth exploring. Japan is the big surprise to most people offering amazing beaches that are hidden from the rest of the world.

Eat your heart out! Here a list of my favourite hidden beaches from around the world. For seclusion on remote shores, in the middle of nowhere, look no further!

Top Hidden Beaches In The World

Best Beaches In The World: Kondoi Beach, Taketomi Island

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Only 75 miles off the coast of Taiwan, is the island of Ishigaki and few visitors to Japan make it this far out, despite a direct flight from Tokyo. The water around the island is so clear that, flying over… Read More.

Best Beaches In The World: Fraser Island, Australia

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Beaches don’t come more stunning than the vast expanses of sand bordered by crystal clear waters on Fraser Island off Queensland in Australia. In fact that there is so much sand here that the even roads are made of sand,… Read More.

Best Beaches In North America: Polihua Beach, Lanai, Hawaii

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Lanai is a private island off the coast of Maui which is so exclusive that you wont be bothered by crowds simply because not enough people go there to fill up the beaches. For an off-the-beaten-path beach, Lanai offers the… Read More.

Best Beaches In North America: Carova Beach, North Carolina

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North Carolina’s Carova Beach is hidden away in the Outer Banks, and is only accessible by boat or by four-wheel drive, as the area does not have paved roads. In fact, the creation of two new wildlife refuges in the… Read More.

Best Beaches In The World: Ningaloo Reef, Australia

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Near the top of Western Australia sits the Ningaloo Reef. This reef is incredible, largely because you step directly off the beach and straight onto the reef. This reef is home to turtles, reef sharks and millions of colourful fish.… Read More.

Best Beaches In The World: Maehama Beach, Miyako-Jima Island

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Regularly voted Japan’s best beach by travel publications worldwide, it’s hard to be disappointed with the 7 km (4 miles) of sand so white that it glows in the sun. The beach shelves gently into calm, balmy water. The sea… Read More.

Best Beaches In The World: Koh Thmei Beach, Ream National Park

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Well for something totally different, this beach is made entirely of seashells! A totally captivating sight and really unusual, great for photographs. And it’s not just seashells, the Ream National Park houses several of Cambodia’s top beaches and the ones… Read More.

Best beaches In The World: Cable Beach Australia

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If you start at Perth and then head north, up Australia’s western coast as far as you can go, you will come to Cable Beach. Read More.

Best Beaches In North America: Alamere Falls Beach, California

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Alamere Falls Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore is a hidden, crowd-free beach in California. Go here simply for the Alamere waterfall which cascades into the sands and ocean below bUT this beach requires a hike, 4 miles each way.… Read More.

Best Beaches In North America: Dry Tortugas , Key West

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Dry Tortugas National Park is a remote coral reef island 70 miles west of Key West. The 100-square mile park is mostly open water with seven small islands. Accessible only by boat or seaplane, the park is known the world… Read More.

You may be interested in our 10 best beaches in the United States and you may be interested in my best secret beaches in America.

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