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12 Hand-Picked Places With The Clearest Waters In The World

12 Hand-Picked Places With The Clearest Waters In The World
Linapacan Island, Palawan, Philippines

Cala Macarella, Menorca, Spain

Cala Macarella is one of the least-crowded beaches you can find in all of Spain, accessible only by boat or foot. This south Mediterranean jewel is known as an idyllic cove of turquoise waters and white sand. Because Macarella is sheltered by pine covered trees and holm oaks, it`s always warm for a sunbathe, even in winter.

Cala Macarella, Menorca, Spain

 
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Hi Metodija,

I just read a magazine – offline – about Palawan. Methinks it’s speaking to me 😉 From the clear waters to pristine nature of the beach and region I need to get there soon. I have dwelled on the Philippines for many years now. Just haven’t gotten there. I get caught up in Thailand or Bali because I love each so much. My vote for clearest waters goes to 2 places I’ve seen in person; the southern tip of Koh Lanta, Thailand, at the national park, and also Savusavu, Fiji. I read the waters around Savusavu, during high season, have visibilities of up to 100 meters. That is not a typo. From 150 meters up on a cliff I easily saw through 10 to 20 meters to the coral, on the bottom of Savusavu, Bay. I’ve no doubts that as you get deeper and deeper you’d see right through. Some beaches in Fiji clearly show what areas and waters look like with no pollution, as much of the world looked before humans mucked much of it up.

Pandawa Beach right around the corner from us here in Bali makes honorable mention. Not in this class but damn, on a clear, calm day it’s pretty darn close, and the views from the cliffs make you dizzy, they are so damn pretty.

Thanks Metodija!

Tweeting from Bali.

Ryan

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