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    Al Fanateer Beach Jubail

    Considered one of the best public beaches in Saudi Arabia, Al Fanateer Beach attracts locals and tourists with its stretch of white sand, green lawns shaded by palm trees, paved walking paths, and children's playground. Stroll on the beach, ride a bike along the pathway, or hop in a sailboat to enjoy views from the sea. Note that one side of the beach is reserved for families and the other side for single people. Amenities include straw umbrellas and showers, while a nearby mall offers shopping and dining opportunities.

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    Anse Georgette

    Anse Georgette is outstandingly beautiful, and an unsung hero of Praslin's beaches. While Anse Lazio wins awards worldwide, Anse Georgette keeps quiet, hidden away in the grounds of the Constance Lemuria resort, remaining empty, untouched and a wonderful shade of blue. What makes it so unique - apart from being completely undeveloped - is that there isn't a single rock or piece of coral in the bay, allowing the white sands on the sea bed to create a wonderful turquoise coloured water that is unblemished. In our view it is the most attractive beach on the island - but it is unsafe to swim due to strong waves and currents that threaten to pull you out to sea. The astounding natural beauty of this little bay will truly take your breath away. One of the most beautiful beaches in the world, it’s easy to see why Anse Georgette ends up as many people’s favourite Seychelles memory.

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    Anse Lazio

    Anse Lazio is a beach situated in the northwest of Praslin Island, Seychelles, considered by Lonely Planet to be the best beach on Praslin, and one of the best in the archipelago. Located to the north east of Madagascar, east of Zanzibar and south of Socotra, in the middle of the Indian Ocean, it has clear water and pleasing scenery, luring a large portion of Praslin's tourists.The beach is bordered by large granite boulders. However, unlike other beaches in the Seychelles, Anse Lazio is not protected by a coral reef.

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    Anse Source d'Argent

    Anse Source d’Argent, in the south-west of La Digue, has often been described as the most beautiful beach in the world, and it is certainly one of the Seychelles’ most famous attractions. The beautiful mix of turquoise water, golden sand, and impressive boulders makes it a unique prospect worldwide. Access to Anse Source d’Argent is via the Union Estate, which charges 115 Rupees per person each day for access, however the outcome is well-worth the fee. Besides this initial entrance fee, access to the beach is easy thanks to a number of well-signposted paths. One of the main reasons for the beach’s popularity, besides its astounding beauty, is its variety of activities. The shallow, clear water, as well as the coral reef protection, means the beach is a great spot for families, and is also perfect for swimming and snorkelling. That said, it can be difficult to swim here at low tide, as the water is extremely shallow, but at high tide, the water is deep enough to swim while still being shallow enough to be safe for most swimmers. The protection provided to the beach by the coral reef ensures that the open ocean feels far away, so parents shouldn’t worry about their kids playing in the water. On top of that, the nearby restaurants and fruit stands mean you can easily spend a whole day here if you like, although those wanting the beach to themselves should arrive before 10.00. As mentioned, the beach is also famous for having been used in a number of prominent photoshoots and films, including movies such as Emanuelle, Crusoe, and Castaway, as well as the famous Bacardi adverts of the 1990s. Anse Source d’Argent is truly a must-see for all Seychelles holidaymakers, and especially for those staying on La Digue. The unique mixture of shallow water, pristine white sand, and impressive granite boulders make it a real treat, and one that visitors will remember for a long time.

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    Anse Volbert

    Anse Volbert, also known as Praslin’s very own Cote d’Or, is probably the most popular beach on the island, and certainly the longest. It is so long, in fact, that it passes by many different accommodations, ensuring that there is a steady stream of visitors on the beach, especially in front of these various establishments. Access is likely to be simple for the majority of visitors, most of whom will be staying in one of the accommodations that lie on the beach itself. However, for those who are coming from further afield, it is possible to reach Anse Volbert by car, bus, or even boat. There are parking spaces all over the adjacent road, and the bus also stops along this coastal route, ensuring easy-access for all. Please beware - while there are no restrictions in place regarding access to the beach, certain sections contain sun loungers etc. which are intended for the guests of certain hotels, so please avoid using the equipment of a hotel unless you are a guest there or have obtained prior permission. As you can expect, with such a large beach comes a huge variety of different activities that visitors can enjoy. Besides swimming or snorkelling in the shallow, safe water, guests can enjoy surfing, windsurfing, scuba diving, fishing, and sailing, with plenty of rentals and excursions available. Please note: some vendors will approach you to offer boat tours and excursions, but be sure to only use those with an official license, for your security. Anse Volbert has plenty of restaurants and shops to suit visitors of all ages. This is one of the rare beaches in the Seychelles that is equally well-suited to families and couples, with safe, shallow water for children, and plenty of space for couples to find a quiet spot to sunbathe or enjoy each others’ company under the shade of a palm tree.

  • Astola Island

    Astola Island also called Astole is situated is Balochistan Province of Pakistan. It is also known as ‘Jezira Haft Talar’ or ‘Island of the seven Hills. It is an uninhabited island in the Arabian Sea. The Island is a part of Pasni sub-district of Gwadar District. The island is 6.7 kilometres in length and a maximum width of 2.3 kilometres. The highest point of the island is 246 feet above sea level. Astola Island maintains endemic life because of its isolated location. It is a very important area for endemic life. It is also support a large number of breeding water birds and many other creatures. There is no source of fresh water on the island. That is the reason that there are no trees on the island. The vegetation depends on the occasional rainfall and soil moisture for survival.

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    Baba Island

    Baba and Bhit Islands, is a group of associated islands of the Pakistani coastline along the Arabian Sea. Both boat and helicopter transfers are available from Agatti to Bangaram and Kadmat. The helicopter (US$350return) may be the only option in monsoon season from May to September. By boats/ferries: These can be used for getting around from one island to the other Once on an island, there aren't too many options. You can travel by foot or hire a bicycle.

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    Baie Lazare Beach

    Baie Lazare is a beautiful sweeping bay, with the Kempinski resort at one end and the Lazare Picault hotel at the other, but precious little in between. The waters here can be rough between June and October when swimming is not recommended, but the beach is often empty and the views are stunning, making it a great place for a walk even if the waves are a little large. At the Lazare Picault end of the bay the small Anse Gaulette offers a great place to watch the sun set from the shade of the almond trees, while at the Kempinski end of the beach the waters are calmer, with the waves being broken by a reef offshore. It's not a bad place for snorkelling - though the hotel run trips to a better spot - but the sand immediately off the beach does have a fair amount of spiky coral and rock so reef shoes are recommended if you're taking a dip - hotel guests can borrow these for free

  • Barambah

    Welcome to the Barambah google satellite map! This place is situated in Gwadar, Baluchistan, Pakistan, its geographical coordinates are 25° 18' 43" North, 62° 33' 0" East and its original name (with diacritics) is Barambah. See Barambah photos and images from satellite below, explore the aerial photographs of Barambah in Pakistan. Barambah hotels map is available on the target page linked above.

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    Beach Huts At Sandspit Karachi - N-88

    Beach Hut Sandspit offers day use beach hutson the beach in Karāchi. It also provides free private parking. Guests can enjoy day use of the huts which has a private bathroom and living area. The nearest airport is Jinnah Airport, 24 km from S40 Beach Hut Sandspit. Karachi Port is 17 km from the property while the Masroor Airbase is only 9 kms away. It provides free private parking.

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    Beau Vallon Beach

    Beau Vallon is a bay on the north western coast of Mahé in the Seychelles. Beau Vallon Beach is a very frequented and maybe the most popular on the island. It is known as a base for diving and snorkelling due to its clear waters and coral reefs. Besides many smaller hotels, it has three major ones - Le Meridien - Fisherman's Cove, the Berjaya Beau Vallon and the Coral Strand. Le Meridien is the site of the oldest hotel on Mahe (originally built in 1943 but several times refurbished) and the Coral Strand is one of the oldest as well, having been built directly on the beach prior to restrictions being put in place by the government. Towards the north is also the newly renovated Hilton-Northolme Hotel in the Glacis area. The Coral Strand has the island's most popular and only air conditioned Indian Restaurant, "Mahek". Beau Vallon is the site of a bazaar of small food and souvenir stands every Wednesday and Saturday evening, year round. The new five-star hotel complex of the Savoy brand is now open on the shores of Beau Vallon. It is the only 5 star hotel in the cove. Beau Vallon also hosts a variety of restaurants including the iconinc white building of La Plage restaurant right on the beach, and the pizzeria Baobab which is very popular with the locals and tourists alike.

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    Bhit Island

    Bhit Island is located near Kiamari Town, Karachi. Bhit island is also often known as ‘Baba Bhit Island’. This island is named after the famous saint of Sindh named ‘Shah Abdul Latif Bhattai’. Bhit island is basically situated in the great Arabian Sea. The water of this island is clean and clear blue and is quite deep. Bhit island consists of 3 small fishing islands which are well known for fishing. Fishers often or you can say daily visit this island for fishing. There is a variety of marine life that lives on this island.This island has covered an area of about 4 square kilometers. Bhit island is also populated. Most of the population therein Bhit island is Muslim. Around 12000 of the Karachi population resides on this island. Boating is also done in Bhit Island. People who love fishing visit this island to enjoy their hobby of fishing.

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    Buddo Island

    uddo Island, is a group of associated islands of the Pakistan (also known as Dingi) is a small island located in the Arabian Sea off the coast of Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan.Both boat and helicopter transfers are available from Agatti to Bangaram and Kadmat. The helicopter (US$350return) may be the only option in monsoon season from May to September.By boats/ferries: These can be used for getting around from one island to the other Once on an island, there aren't too many options. You can travel by foot or hire a bicycle.

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    Bundal Island

    Bundal island is located on the coast of Arabian Sea, Karachi. Bundal island is a relatively small island. The tomb of one of the Muslim Sufi named Yusuf Shah is located on this island. Annually an urs takes place in the tomb on this island. During this urs, this island used to be very much populated. Buddo island is also located near Bundal island.These two islands are usually known as a single island. Fishers visit this island daily for fishing. The water around this island is rich with a large variety of marine life. Bahria town has now signed an agreement to construct a beautiful city on this island. This project comprises of all the facilities including educational institutes, medical centers, shopping plazas, tall buildings and much more.

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