Pacific Ocean

Kapalua is one of Hawaii’s most coveted luxury locations with beautiful white sand beaches, breathtaking cobalt Pacific Ocean views and radiant island sunsets. A natural paradise, Kapalua is a location without equal. It’s shoreline of five bays and three white sand beaches offers spectacular ocean vistas of the Auau Channel where the islands of Lanai and Molokai beckon across the water.

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A true nature lover’s paradise, Tambor Tropical Beach Resort is located on the Nicoya Peninsula on the Pacific Coast side of Costa Rica and encompasses much of the region’s natural beauty. Nestled in an open volcanic valley and surrounded by forested hills, Tambor looks out to the Bahia Ballena (Whale Bay) where the surf is calm and the translucent water is gleaming with marine wildlife. The resort sits south of the Curu Wildlife Reserve and Tortuga Island and is rich with a bountiful variety of birds, monkeys and other wildlife.

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Isla Van de Meulen is an island in Chile, located in the Province of Capitán Prat within the Region of Aysén – approximately 1,700 km south of the capital, Santiago. As seen from a peninsula of what is a much larger island in the South Pacific Ocean, the terrain is rugged, hilly, and largely uninhabited, with less than two inhabitants per square kilometre. The highest point on the island is 1,164 meters above sea level.

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From the Island of Malo, in the South Pacific island nation of Vanuatu, comes Malo Prospect Estate with direct beachfront access to the gorgeous Coral Sea in the South Pacific Ocean. Malo Prospect Estate remains undeveloped, but for paradise seekers, the dream of building your very own vacation home would make for an appropriate settlement here. Without the property being for sale though the estate itself would be wise in building a luxury villa here so destination travellers can visit and stay in Vanuatu at such a prime location that would surely make it onto The Pinnacle List. For adventurous explorers, an unnamed islet located just off the coast of the property would make for an exciting tropical excursion in the sun with beautiful surrounding scenery.

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Formed by a volcanic eruption over 230,000 years ago, Molokini is a crescent-shaped crater islet located in the Pacific Ocean between the Makena side of Maui and the Kahoolawe Island Reserve in Hawaii. Historical evidence illustrates that between 500 AD and the 1940s, Molokini was a popular point of interest among native Hawaiian fishers, but it was during World War II when this long standing economical source vanished. The United States Navy used Molokini for target practice because its shape was regarded as being somewhat similar to a battleship. After WWII, cleanup ensued, as the islet was later declared a Marine Life Conservation District in 1977.
Today, Molokini is a popular tourist destination for scuba diving and snorkelling, as the crescent shape protects divers from waves and the channel’s powerful currents. The crater is home to a lush coral reef and to over 250 marine species, which most commonly includes black triggerfish, yellow tang, Moorish idol, parrotfish, raccoon butterflyfish, bluefin trevally, whitetip reef sharks, and moray eels.

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Stretching 1.5 miles (2.4 km) long south of Wailea, Big Beach, also known by the names of Makena Beach and Oneloa Beach, is regarded as one of the most outstanding Hawaiian State beaches on the Island of Maui. The scenic tropical beach is a popular destination for weddings, swimming, suntanning, and bodyboarding. The “Makena cloud” that stretches from the top of Haleakalā, or East Maui Volcano, to Kahoʻolawe Island is often overhead, cooling the soft golden sand below.

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If relaxing on the beach is your idea of fun then Sydney, Australia could be the perfect vacation destination for you. With over a 100 beaches in and around Sydney, deciding which one to go to first may be the hardest part of your daily plans. Let us save you some time as we break down our list of the top ten beaches in Sydney.

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With a temperate climate, beautiful weather, and too many sunny days to mention, it’s no wonder that the 75 miles of Pacific Ocean coastline, with soft sand beaches and crystal clear waters, truly defines the iconic SoCal lifestyle. Tourists from around the world are attracted to LA’s famous shorelines for the sand and surf of its picture perfect postcard beaches. But with so many options to choose from, it’s very difficult to decide which beach to see first.

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