Bávaro Beach in the DR among the 12 most visited in the world
"While some parts of this beach are full of resorts and the warm breezes are strong enough for windsurfing, other stretches are calm and clear, without a crowd or wave in sight."
The Dominican Republic remains among the preferred tourist destinations for tourists who choose to enjoy the Caribbean.
That is why, and thanks to Instagram and Travel Supermarket, a price comparison site based in the United Kingdom, the Reader ‘ s Digest portal collected the 12 most visited beaches in the world
This is Bávaro Beach in the East of the country, which the portal describes as: “where the Caribbean Sea meets the Atlantic Ocean on the east coast of the Dominican Republic, the water is always hot and the soft white sand is prolonged by miles.”
“While some parts of this beach are full of resorts and the warm breezes are strong enough for windsurfing, other stretches are calm and clear, without a crowd or wave in sight.”
“Wherever you go, tropical palm trees shoot out of the sand, providing refreshing shade from the warm Caribbean sun. Local artisans sell handmade handicrafts and crafts at a central point known as Plaza Bávaro, while vendors near the resort area walk along the beach and offer beachgoers everything from cold drinks to bright knick knacks.”
With such an assessment it is impossible not to feel compelled to explore the destination of Bávaro-Punta Cana or repeat the experience.
The other beaches that make up the top 12 are Whitehaven Beach, Australia; Lanikai Beach, Hawaii; Horseshoe Bay, Bermuda; Cayo Coco Beach, Cuba; Boulders Beach, South Africa.
Also, Bournemouth Beach, United Kingdom; Pink Sands Beach, Bahamas; Ao Nang Beach, Thailand; Playa Paraiso Beach, Mexico; Dreamland Beach, Indonesia, and Grace Bay, Turks and Caicos.