Ipil Beach—El Nido, Palawan Island, Philippines
Ipil Beach is known to be free of tourists and many travelers find that they are the only ones on the beach during their visit, with the exception of some locals. Visitors can expect to see monkeys, a plethora of chromatic coral, palm trees, and friendly turtles. The backdrop of the mountains makes for incredible scenery, and the sunset is said to be remarkable. That said, it's a good idea to know about some hidden beach dangers you should take seriously.
Dam Trau—Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province, Vietnam
Dam Trau Beach is fairly close to an airport, so visitors can expect to see some occasional low-flying planes. Otherwise, the beach is surrounded by parts of a tropical jungle, a forest plentiful with bamboo, and pine trees, offering visitors an enchanting feel of being in their own little world. Dam Trau can be reached by a rather bumpy and muddy road, which ultimately opens up to an incredible view of the sea, three small beach restaurants, hammocks, fine white sand, and little to no tourists. If you love the remote beauty of Dam Trau, these are some other amazing beaches to add to your bucket list.
Devil's Bay—Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands
Devil's Bay can be reached by boat, an easy walk down a path, or a 30-minute hike through the Baths, which requires a great deal of climbing and crawling around granite boulders. Regardless of how you get there, these crystal clear waters will make you wonder why you've never visited before. The boulders at Devil's Bay also make the clear water beaches unique, forming arches, grottos, tidal pools, tunnels, and, of course, the maze on the way down. They also make for an interesting dive around and down the sides of the boulders that are partially submerged in the water.
10 Gorgeous Beaches with the Clearest Water in the World, Source:https://www.rd.com/advice/travel/beaches-with-the-clearest-water/