2015's Last Clearest Waters and Beaches Left

Bora Bora

There is very little question with regard to Bora-Bora being a major tourist destination. Known for its luxury resorts, it has a little bit of something for everyone. You can scuba dive, snorkel, sit back and relax by the beach front or enjoy the various other amenities it has to offer. Here are 2015's clearest waters in the entire world! How many times do you actually get to see clear seas these days? Still, there are places on earth that humanity hasn’t polluted yet. When you swim in these waters it’s as if you're floating in midair! Book your flight through Southwest or Virgin America today and swim in the clearness of these majestic waters!

Puerto Ayora in Galapagos

Beautiful calm water is always rejuvenating to the senses, which is what you’ll be in for here. The waters are ideal for some sailing just about anytime you prefer. If you’re also looking for some rather exotic animals, you’ll be seeing local iguanas swim in the bay!

Exuma in the Bahamas

Pristine and unspoiled, this beach is practically a haven for people who don’t want to be interrupted by the trappings of the big city life. This is as chill and reflective as it can get, and you will certainly feel a revitalization of the senses. Look at it, how can that not be good for the spirit?

Belo Sur Mer in Madagascar

Look at that shoreline; the entire stretch is just so beautiful, almost like a washed out painting. The island itself is quite gorgeous, and the sand is as white as bleach. However, the waters will certainly cool you down, despite the fact that you’ve already got really great weather here.

Lake Tahoe in Nevada

Lake Tahoe is considered to be the largest alpine lake in North America. If you’ve ever been there, you can attest to such a fact. Knowing that it is surrounded by breathtaking views of mountains just makes all the more of a satisfying experience.