We present everything a person need to know about planning their best romantic honeymoon destinations - most specifically to beaches. We will blurt out the most visually attractive and romantic beaches in the world.

As stated by NZ Herald, there are few things in a person's life that are as exciting as discovering the best beach getaway. Like the easy sands of Otama Beach to the massive surf of Banzai Pipeline or the waterside bars of Mexico. As  every beach offers individuals something different and exciting to make it magical. As beaches provide a divine combination of salt, sand and society that gently calm a person to rest and enjoy.

According to Glamour, Jessica Festa of jessieonajourney.com experienced the astounding beach in Kealakekua Bay, Big Island, Hawaii. And Festa stated that individuals have to brave up a half-mile trail and steep steps to thrust out this remote place in a sheltered bay with views across Vineyard Sound, and people could easily wind up with the place to themselves.

While Jessica Wray of curiositytravels.org. refered the beach of Maya Bay, Ko Phi Phi Leh, Thailand. Where people will recognize this cove that has a towering limestone formations and crystal-clear water that lights up at night. This is the place where Leonardo DiCaprio and Virginie Ledoyen did their underwater kiss in the film - The Beach.

Christina Pérez of insideelsewhere.com made it known that Wilderness Beach, Puerto Rico is just a 20-minute walk along a trail through the jungle. Then a person will suddenly come to a rock-shielded beach which is so magical and windswept. The place could make a person feel like a mermaid could suddenly appear at any moment.

However, Bridal Guide stated that, British Virgin Islands is popular for its posh resorts. But, one of the archipelago's most romantic spots is the almost legendary Sandcastle Hotel, on a tucked away Jost Van Dyke island.

Cayman Islands - "made up the Cayman Islands (Grand Cayman, Little Cayman and Cayman Brac) that are surrounded by gorgeous, clear water, making them a diving hotspot. The place also have a culture of politesse, which makes visitors feel safe and at home."