If you’ve got wheels, wanderlust, and a spot of time, a road trip offers one of the greatest experiences of your life. Road trips give you a chance to escape from a busy routine and discover some hidden landscapes, interesting cultures, and delicious cuisines. As nowadays summer is in full swing and the beach is always a popular destination for a getaway. So, grab your shades, swimsuit, and sunscreen to enjoy a mesmerizing road trip. A road trip will allow you to see the beach more closely at a relaxed pace. You can either choose to travel by your own car or a motorcycle or rent one at the airport for a trip. In both cases, an unforgettable holiday is awaiting you. Road tripping has even more fun four-wheelers for your adventurous soul. Although some people consider road-tripping riskier, you can reduce this risk to a minimum extent by taking motorcycle gears including helmet, jackets, vests, gloves, boots, and trousers. Bikes offer you a space in the form of a luggage bag to keep your luggage secure.
Here we have listed down some of the great shoreline drives for your beach tours in the world.
It’s nearly impossible to pick a favorite beach in the Maldives as all the luxury beaches, over 1,200 roughly have incredible sandy shores but we’re drawn to the North Malé Atoll, and Reethi Rah in particular. North Malé Atoll is the principal atoll of the Maldives having eight inhabited islands, counting the airport here. The scenic beauty of the Maldives is something phenomenal, something you can’t quite understand until you’re there in person to see it with a naked eye. The Maldives is very popular with honeymooners who love to explore the depths of the sea on a scuba diving and snorkeling excursion. It should be on the top of your beach road-tripping list.
Seagrass Bay, Laucala Island, Fiji:
Sea Grass Bay’s coastline is a jaw-dropping bay at a luxury private resort island in Fiji on a sultry tropical jungle section of the island, with lush vegetation and wild-growing coconuts as a natural backdrop to the white sandy coastline. It is accessible only by guided walking or on a horse safari making it even more adventurous. It is home to some of the archipelago’s rarest birds, hordes of marine life, and spellbinding beaches. Seagrass Bay is the quietest and prettiest, but to see its real beauty you should head slightly further off-shore to get up close to the magnificent sea-life in a submersible.
Matira Beach, Bora Bora, French Polynesia:
The small paradise looking island of Bora Bora, about 6 miles long and a little more than 2 miles wide, overflows with mesmerizing beauty. A dormant volcano rises up at its center and fans out into a lush green jungle before spilling into an aquamarine lagoon. Matira beach located in Bora Bora is perhaps the most famous of Tahiti’s beaches, and for good reason: The mile-long stretch of silky, powder-white sand slopes gently into a shallow emerald gorgeous lagoon waters, and is backed by a thick curtain of palms and tropical foliage. It’s one of the only public-access and the pure heaven-like beaches in Bora Bora, so you won’t need to pay five-star resort prices to enjoy its beauty. Come early to stake out a spot. It’s view, especially when the sun starts to go down as you watch from a waterfront bar is a perfect treat to watch.
Trunk Bay, St. John, US Virgin Islands:
Undeniably one of the most beautiful and the most photographed beaches in the Caribbean, if not the world, often called the most pristine in the Caribbean. Trunk Bay is situated in the northwestern corner of the Virgin Islands National Park. Calm, clear, warm waters and silky coral sands and a 225-yard-long underwater trail for snorkeling draw tourists in droves, as are hiking trails up and into the surrounding greenery, filled with the ruins of historic sugar cane plantations.
Road trips are the most exciting experiences for the free souls and when it is done by a motorcycle and to the beach, it becomes the most rip-roaring experience. There are great beach destinations to go for a road trip including, Fiji, Bora Bora, Maldives, and the Virgin Islands.