2015's Last Clearest Waters and Beaches Left

Linapacan Island in the Philippines

Hands down, this is perhaps the clearest body of water existing on the planet! And with an island population of just 14,000 people you can enjoy these crystal clear waters in absolute serenity. Chill back and relax in the calming atmosphere while admiring the magnificent view of the nearby islands in the horizon.

St. George in Bermuda

St. Georgia is a top pick for a destination of all the major cruise lines in the world. It’s an absolute “must-swim”, especially when the waters remain constantly cool and clear all year round. If you want to live the good life, this is a pretty good place to start.

Tioman Island – Malaysia

A forested island in essence, Tioman Island has all the makings of a tropical getaway. It is sparsely inhabited and surrounded by wonderful coral reefs. This just makes it all the more ideal for some scuba diving with your family and companions.

To Sua Ocean Trench in Samoa

Here’s an interesting bit of trivia for you guys: To Sua means “giant swimming hole” in Samoan. It’s 30 meters deep and only accessible via a long ladder to the pool. It’ll take some courage to climb down that ladder but t the end of the day, it’s all totally worth it!

Primosten in Croatia

One of the most beautiful beaches in Eastern Europe, Primostein is essentially heaven on a body of water. The waters are so clear and clean that you just can’t help but want to dive into them. Go sailing on a boat to appreciate the majestic scenery around you