6 Must-Visit Beaches in Americas

6 Must-Visit Beaches in Americas

Americas are home to numerous tourist attractions which includes marvelous beaches. USA are notorious for being a premier getaway spot for adventurous beachgoers. Especially those looking to escape from their regular lives and want to get a breathing space away from the hustle and bustle of the daily grind. But don’t forget Brazil, Argentina, Panama… There are so many amazing beaches to discover in Americas!


In this write-up, we have provided a list of six must-visit beaches in Americas that you should not miss at any cost.

1. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA

This beach receives lots of tourist attractions during peak season. And because of this, it is considered to be one of the most popular beaches in South Carolina. The beach is an attraction for family get-togethers, tourist attractions, beachfront resorts, and entertainment opportunities that keep tourists coming back for more to these white-sand beaches.

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA

This beach stretches 60 miles to the north and south of the main beachfront areas. In this area, you will find funfairs and theme-park-style attractions.

People looking to enjoy themselves will never be tired on this beach. As per beachfix.com, people over here enjoy extreme sports like scuba diving. And, even people who love to spend quality time on the beach by collecting shells, building a sandcastle, or simply enjoying extensive sunbath activity.

2. Taipus de Fora, Brazil

Taipus de Fora is no longer a hidden gem, as the inflow of tourists has resulted in significant development. Today, visitors will discover hotels, stores, and restaurants all over the place, but the shoreline’s natural beauty remains the main draw.

Taipus de Fora, Brazil

Soft, white dunes are nestled between rows of tall coconut trees and azure waters that seem to continue forever at Taipus de Fora, which spans nearly seven kilometers. At low tide, the beach shows a multitude of natural pools that intersect with the coral reefs; at high tide, divers and snorkelers will find an abundance of marine life.

3. Praia do Sancho, Brazil

The Fernando de Noronha island, located about an hour off the coast of Brazil, offers a beach experience unlike any other in the country. It comprises submerged volcanic mountains with peaks that rise above the water’s surface to form 21 islands and islets.

Praia do Sancho, Brazil

This tropical environment is home to a diverse range of marine life, including sea turtles, humpback whales, spotted dolphins, and albatrosses. It is ideal for individuals who prefer their beaches to be completely private. The secluded cove of Praia do Sancho is one of the most spectacular beaches on the archipelago.

A walk over a wooden boardwalk is required, followed by steep cliffside fall rickety ladders and narrow rock tunnels.

4. Puerto Madryn, Argentina

Puerto Madryn, located in northern Patagonia, is not your average tropical beach getaway, arguably the most compelling reason to visit. Southern right whales and their calves can play near the pebble beach and cliffy shoreline between June and December.

Puerto Madryn, Argentina

Because summer in the Southern Hemisphere runs from December to February, late November and December may be the greatest time to visit for both beach weather and a chance to observe whales up close. Take a kitesurfing or windsurfing instruction, or visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site Peninsula Valdés to witness elephant seals and climb the old lighthouse.

In addition, Puerto Madryn is one of the few spots where you may view penguins on the beach. Magellanic penguins arrive on the coastlines of this island to give birth between September and April.

5. Beach on the Bluff, Panama

At Bocas del Toro, Panama, Bluff Beach is dominated by massive waves that pound the shore with incredible force. This beach is absolutely a must-visit since it features blue water and exceptionally soft golden sand. It also has large rip currents that pose a considerable hazard to swimmers.

Bluff Beach, Panama

 Our favorite thing about Bluff Beach is that the only way to get there is to take a 30-minute drive into the bush from Bocas town or to ride a bike for an hour through uneven, muddy roads. This makes this beach more difficult to access than other surrounding beaches thus it’s remote and rarely sees more than seven people at a time.

Taking the bike and stopping along the highways for spectacular vistas of the pristine Caribbean water is, in our opinion, such a pleasant challenge. We’d return to this gorgeous island with movie-like beaches in a heartbeat.

6. Front Beach, Isle of Palms

A roughly 40-minute ride towards the east of Charleston will get you to the Isle of Palms. This is where you will find an alluring beachside destination that is extremely popular amongst the locals and visitors.

Front Beach, Isle of Palms

The Front Beach is the favorite for most people as it consists of a good parking facility and other public points. Apart from the usual human beach activities, you will also find sea turtles as the major attraction on this beach. They visit the beach to nest and lay their eggs in the dune. You also participate in sunset cruises, fishing, surfing, paddleboarding, and sea kayak tours.

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