World’s 7 Most Remote Beaches
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Colombier Beach – St. Barthélemy
This location can only be reached by boat, or by your willingness to take a 20- to 30- minute hike! Curled in near the tip of the island, Colombier Beach makes a great destination spot for anyone looking to find a quiet place to go snorkeling or for a swim.
If you’re planning to visit, however, make sure you bring along something to eat and drink — you won’t find any refreshment stands out here!
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Onuk Island – Balabac, Palawan
This particular location does require its visitors to get an access pass from the Mayor’s Office, as it’s a private island. But, once you have it, you’re free to travel to the island and roam the area!
With pristine white beaches and swarms of pawikan (turtles) wandering on and off shore, Onuk Island is the perfect getaway for anyone looking to do exactly that.
And with a gorgeous view and a relaxing atmosphere, who wouldn’t want to visit?
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Saluag Island – Sibutu, Tawi-Tawi
Saluag Island is home to two indigenous tribes of people: the Tausug, and the Sama Dilaut. It is also a beautiful place to visit, with sparkling emerald waters flowing in soft waves. You’re sure to love this tranquil location, and its residents!