Dream Beach Destinations

Hi Tribe! 
We have compiled a list of some of our favorite beaches around the world! 
We are excited that things are slowly reopening and that soon we will be able to discover the world again...which got us dreaming and thinking of our favorite spots. We can't wait to travel with you in your adventures to come! 
Ubatuba, Brazil
This is where we are from! Ubatuba is a paradise on Earth. Hung with the rich verdure of the Mata Atlântica, the pinnacles of the Serra do Mar give an emotional, emerald-green background to the winding, sun-kissed Ubatuba coastline – Surf capital of Sao Paulo and full of shops and restaurants to enjoy. Be sure to check out PROJETO TAMAR a local foundation to preserve Local Turtles and Wildlife. There are over 100 beaches in the area, so you have no excuse to return home without tan lines ;) 
Le Morne, Mauritius
Kite surfers, paragliders and fishermen run to desolate La Morne, a little town on the southwest side of Mauritius. Le Morne Brabant Mountain, an emotional basaltic stone pinnacle specked with caves that once held onto out of control slaves, manages extravagance resorts and a wide sea shore generally viewed as the best on the island. Toss in a sparkling turquoise tidal pond and dazzling nightfalls and calling the town "heaven" doesn't appear like a platitude.
Tulum, Mexico
Mayan ruins overshadow the ocean in Tulum. The earlier walled city was one of the last to be worked by the Mayans, and its archeology is very much safeguarded. Enjoy a reprieve from the sea shore to visit El Castillo, the Temple of the Frescoes, and the Temple of the Descending God. Investigate an underground stream under a shelter of tapered rocks in the holy sinkholes of LabnaHa Eco Park, or jump into Cenote Dos Ojos for a swim. If you happen to be there and need an Ubatuba bottle, head over to PENDULO store inside the Papaya Playa Project Hotel! 
Miami, Florida
Miami Beach has for quite some time been a jungle gym for those looking for bright days and wild evenings. Nonetheless, there's a whole other world to Miami than shining sea shores, sparkling pools, and nightlife that won't ever stop. Nowadays, eco-stylish inns like 1 Hotel Miami Beach, where you can find our products at the Everything But Water store, are popping up all over the city giving Miami a fresh new look. Grab a bottle of our oil and hit the beautiful crystal clear beaches to get that glowing tan. End your day grabbing a bite in Wynwood to then hit little havana for some live music at ball and chain
Malibu, California 
Located on the Pacific Coast Highway Malibu has multiple beaches to discover along the coast line with beautiful hikes to soak it all in from the top. With the powerful Pacific Ocean as the backdrop you can view beautiful sunsets while enjoying a picnic at the beach. Nature in California is truly beautiful and it inspires us every day. If you are in Malibu, stop by Blue Malibu Boutique to check us out! A little further south? No worries you can find us at The Beehive in Manhattan Beach too! 
The Hamptons, New York
With exquisite sea shores, emotional ridges, shingled windmills, and celebrated light that pulled in artists like Jackson Pollock and Winslow Homer to paint in its villas. The Hamptons are a gathering of towns on Long Island. Thousands get away from the warm city each mid year to The Hamptons. You can find lots of galleries and museums, cute shops, and beautiful views. If you need us you can find us at the Everything But Water store in the East Hamptons. If you are staying at The Montauk Beach House don't forget to check out The Summer Shop to pick up a bottle of Ubatuba along with your other summer essentials! 
Whitehaven Beach, Whitsundays Island, Australia
Whitehaven Beach is a perfect, grant winning sea shore on Whitsunday Island, the biggest of the 74 islands in the Whitsundays. Whitehaven Beach extends more than seven kilometers and flaunts splendid white silica sand that is among the most flawless on the planet. Sink your feet into the sand and swim into the warm waves that tenderly lap the shore and you'll before long acknowledge why individuals come here from everywhere the world.
Baia do Sancho, Fernando de Noronha, Brazil
The volcanic archipelago of Fernando de Noronha off the north eastern shoreline of Brazil is home to numerous phenomenal beaches. Nonetheless, it is Baia do Sancho that takes the crown of, the best sea shore on the island, yet perhaps the best sea shore in Brazil. That is very acceptable going considering there are above and beyond 2,000 other extraordinary sea shores in Brazil. One caipirinha please! 
Anse Source d'Argent, Seychelles
Situated on La Digue Island, lies the most acclaimed sea shore in the Seychelles – Anse Source d'Argent Beach. It is a tropical dreams. With colossal rock stones that have been formed commonly, rich wilderness palms, fine white sand and clear water, the sea shore is more or less camera-ready. The scene has a practically strange look to it, with the enormous stones dispersed across the sea shore framing bays and caverns.
Monterosso Al Mare, Italy
The remainder of the five towns along the Cinque Terre strip, Monterosso al Mare is the most visited, generally on the grounds that it has the solitary sizable sand sea shore and the greatest lodgings. In spite of the fact that it can become busy with vacationers during the pinnacle late spring months, Monterosso is as yet great. The old town region, isolated from the more present day resort region by the Aurora tower, is home to the vestiges of a middle age palace and San Francesco church, which houses a significant Van Dyck painting of the execution.
Porto Katsiki, Lefkada
Porto Katsiki is one of the primary sea shore attractions of Lefkada and among the top beaches in Greece and in the Mediterranean. It is found 44 km southwest of the island's capital and near Athani town. Unexpected white bluffs structure a wild yet eminent scenery and an extraordinary direct opposite with the dark blue waters of the Ionian. Rich vegetation covers the encompassing region making quite possibly the most untainted scenes on the planet.


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