Africa, in its true meaning, is embossed with charismatic beaches destinations up to the brim showing diverse colors of African culture.
The most redolent one is Sharm el-shiekh (Egypt). Here, divers and nature-lovers continuously keep sticking on, like bees on the hive, to get a panoramic sprinkled view of Red Sea coral reef along with assorted marine life. As this area is hallowed with tourists throughout the year, due to this very reason, luxurious resorts and hotels sprang up, rapidly, for last few years. A fantastic amalgam of these comfort zones with tranquilizing beauty of blue skies enveloped with sunshine will let you to prolong your tour.
Must lose yourself to enjoy a romantic touch of the blowing wind, with its whistling melody; at beach of Belle Mare (Mauritius).Moreover, white powdered beaches give your feet a spongy touch. Mare is one of those rare beaches where a huge range of aquatic sports, will definitely dwell in your plan of day-activities. Uniqueness lies in its long strapped coastline where, regardless of space, sports lover choose the game of their own strength. Mare works in a fantastic way, to hike, for Lion Mountain, provides base camp for this challenging sport. Chirping of birds surely make your hike, a soothing one.
River No.2 Beach, where the river makes an open alliance with the ocean, is an overt beauty of Sierra Leone. It is an aloof resorting spot which is closest to Freetown. The beach welcomes you with its tenuous sand. After approaching river beach you could arrange your dinner with some palatable, but overpriced, sea food. Try to plan your trip, if you are a hedonist, on some weekdays to get an absolute serenity of the beach, otherwise, loud musical systems will hiatus your mental peace. Weekends of this beach get riddled with the locals and so is the setting of furniture which lessens the feeling of calmness. Be friendly with the dogs at beach.
An illuminated and resplendent beach of Morrocco, Dakhla, compel you to throw yourself into the world’s craziest competition of wind and kite-board surfing. Dakhla will enthrall you with a real dining experience, under starry night, with the freshly caught fish and, for foodies, extremely spiced up camel meat is another exception. After enjoying few activities of romance, sunset, camel rides, yoga and the ceaseless parties, you will definitely hunt for a piece of peace in land of nomads, yes, in low rates.
Beyin, nestled in the western region of Ghana, is another embossed strand of beach, which is lavished with local resources in an accomplished way. To unveil the region, you must stay in beach resorts which are comfortable in a true sense. Fishermen’s throwing of net to catch the fish is really an entertaining view of the beach in the afternoon. You will also enjoy the very childish attraction over there, yes, the race of baby turtles, rushing towards water. Nzulezu, a stilt village and one of the Amasuri wetlands, is another attraction while visiting Beyin.