Trunk Bay, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands
Nenad Basic/Shutterstock Part of the Virgin Islands National Park, one of the most popular activities is snorkeling the 225-yard-long underwater trail of reefs. It’s a good spot to try your hand at underwater photography, as there are plenty of colorful fish and reef.
Maya Bay, Koh Phi Phi Ley, Thailand
happystock/Shutterstock This beach was made popular by the book The Beach by Alex Garland (and turned into a movie of the same name that starred Leonardo Di Caprio). The beach is gorgeous and attracts many tourists; get here early to beat the crowds. It’s located in the Phi Phi archipelago, in the Strait of Malacca in Thailand.
Pig Beach, Big Major Cay, Bahamas
Nejron Photo/Shutterstock This beach attracts tourists from around the world because it’s populated by a group of feral pigs. The island is located in Exuma, in the Bahamas and is uninhabited (outside the pigs, that is).