Some people say that life’s a beach. When there is sand, sun, and sea, who can argue? All over the world, many flock to the beach for a day or more to enjoy the water, work on their tan, and sip drinks with some colorful umbrellas. While some of these sandy holidays are budget-friendly, others may cost you more than you can imagine per day.
Recently, travel expert TravelBird released a report that comes with a price index so beachgoers can figure out which beach are more expensive than others. With the help of this guide, beach lovers and holiday seekers won’t have to worry about the cost they need should they decide to spend time by the sea.
According to a copy of the report sent to Morning News USA, TravelBird listed 900 of the world’s most popular seaside locations before trimming the list down to the 250 best beaches found in 66 countries. From here, they decided to compute the average cost of staying. At the same time, they factored in the cost of other beach necessities such as bottles of water and sun cream.
As far as costs for necessities and treats go, TravelBird says the most expensive beach in the world is the Le Plage de Maui beach in Tahiti, French Polynesia. Here, you can expect to spend a total of $60.13 per day, with lunch costing around $25.36, and sunscreen almost as expensive at $21.68 for a 100 ml bottle.
Meanwhile, if you feel like going to the Anse Vata beach in Noumea, New Caledonia, you can expect to spend as much as $56.11 a day. Here, lunch will cost you around $28.38 and sunscreen, $15.98. It is currently the third most expensive beach in the world per day.
To take a look at the complete list of the priciest beaches in the world, you can check the Price Index out here. Have an awesome beach holiday!
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