2015's Top 27 Clearest Waters

To Sua Ocean Trench in Samoa

Here's an interesting bit of trivia for you guys: To Sua means "giant swimming hole" in Samoan. It's 30 meters deep and only accessible via a long ladder to the pool. It'll take some courage to climb down that ladder but t the end of the day, it's all totally worth it!

Hanauma Bay, Oahu in Hawaii

A beautiful beach and clear water are what you'll be getting when visiting here.  However, do be aware, Hanauma is one of the most popular tourist destinations on the Oahu.  That means you might have to deal with huge crowds of people around, so you won't have the place entirely to yourself.

Rio Azul – Argentina

Rio Azul offers some of the most gorgeous scenery you'll ever get to see anywhere in the world. You can look forward to numerous sights which will draw your attention and fascination.  Notable points of interest include the river and canyon and insanely clear blue water!

Exuma in the Bahamas

Pristine and unspoiled, this beach is practically a haven for people who don't want to be interrupted by the trappings of the big city life.  This is as chill and reflective as it can get, and you will certainly feel a revitalization of the senses.  Look at it, how can that not be good for the spirit?

St. George in Bermuda

St. Georgia is a top pick for a destination of all the major cruise lines in the world. It's an absolute "must-swim", especially when the waters remain constantly cool and clear all year round.  If you want to live the good life, this is a pretty good place to start.

Cala Macarelleta, Menorca in Spain

A gorgeous beach, on the Balearic Island of Menorca, Spain. It's tucked inside an idyllic cove with white sand and the waters are the clearest turquoise. Sheltered by hills covered in pines and it's even hot enough to sunbathe in winter!