2015's Top 27 Clearest Waters

The Maldives Islands

Absolutely, beautifully clear water! The Maldives is the smallest Asian country in population and land area. It's also the planet's lowest country and because of the melting ice caps the Maldives will might soon sink under the ocean unless a solution can be found.

Panari Island, Okinawa in Japan

Some of the things that come to mind when it comes to this place are the sandy white shores and sparkling clear waters. There's never a shortage of beach barbecues happening during beach season.  Apart from that, the beaches in this area have a coral reef located just off shore!

Cayo Coco in Cuba

Cayo Coco is an island near central Cuba, known for its gorgeous resorts and its pristine waters. It's part of a chain of islands called Jardines del Rey, "the King's Gardens." Also, it's famous for being the setting for Hemingway's novels - Islands In The Stream and The Old Man and the Sea.

Sabah in Malaysia

If you're looking for a huge opportunity to swim in crystal clear waters, this is the place to be at.  Sabah has a somewhat low rent vibe to it, which actually surprises you once you've experienced it for yourself.  You can also go snorkeling and scuba diving into the deeper regions of the waters; who knows what mysteries you may end up uncovering.

Linapacan Island in the Philippines

Here are 2015's clearest waters in the entire world! How many times do you actually get to see clear seas these days? Still, there are places on earth that humanity hasn’t polluted yet. When you swim in these waters it’s as if you're floating in midair! Book your flight through Southwest or Virgin America today and swim in the clearness of these majestic waters!Hands down, this is perhaps the clearest body of water existing on the planet! And with an island population of just 14,000 people you can enjoy these crystal clear waters in absolute serenity.  Chill back and relax in the calming atmosphere while admiring the magnificent view of the nearby islands in the horizon.

Bora Bora

There is very little question with regard to Bora-Bora being a major tourist destination.  Known for its luxury resorts, it has a little bit of something for everyone.  You can scuba dive, snorkel, sit back and relax by the beach front or enjoy the various other amenities it has to offer.