Photos of  the 10 Best US Beaches for Visitor (P2)

  1. Cape Hatteras, Outer Banks, North Carolina

The Outer Banks extend like a lace along the Carolina drift, delegated by the famous winding striped Cape Hatteras beacon (which was lifted up and moved 2,900 feet to spare it from shoreline disintegration in 1999). The Cape Hatteras Lighthouse shoreline made Leatherman’s rundown for its prime board surfing, beachcombing and angling. The shoreline was likewise the primary ever National Seashore, an assignment it holds.

Lifeguards are on-obligation regular at the Cape Hatteras shoreline. (Photograph Credit: soul of america, Shutterstock)

  1. Hamoa Beach, Maui, Hawaii

To hang out at Hamoa Beach is to appreciate an unordinary land encounter — this bow molded spit of sand is within the leftovers of an old volcanic hole. Indeed, a portion of the sand on the shoreline is really separated magma. (The rest originates from wave-battered coral.)

Ocean bluffs, rich vegetation and open restrooms make this shoreline an awesome place to spend the day, as indicated by Leatherman’s criteria. There is no lifeguard on obligation, and the streams can be risky, notwithstanding. Simply getting to Hamoa requires a touch of get up and go: The path in is the scandalous “Street to Hana,” which is misleadingly thin and skirts various 1,000-foot drop-offs. (Photograph Credit: Stephanie Coffman/Shutterstock)

  1. St. George Island State Park, Florida

The look for the third-best shoreline of 2015 takes us back to Florida. St. George Island State Park shoreline is at the eastern end of a hindrance island off the state’s beg. The flawless sand is so perfect it squeaks, Leatherman says, and stingrays can be seen resting in the shallows (rearrange your feet when swimming!).

This is a nature-partners stop, with open doors for birding and angling. Cookout safe houses and campgrounds are accessible. (Photograph Credit: Gennady Stetsenko, Shutterstock)

  1. Barefoot Beach Preserve County Park, Bonita Springs, Florida

Abandoning shoes at Barefoot Beach Preserve County Park is a delight, given the fine, delicate sand at this seaside heaven. As indicated by Collier County, where this shoreline is found, Barefoot Beach is on one of the last undeveloped boundary islands in southwest Florida. Ocean turtles settle here in the mid year, and the secured gopher tortoise calls the save home.

Angling is well known here, and families appreciate the generally peaceful waters, Leatherman says. (Photograph Credit: Stephen Leatherman)

  1. Waimanalo Bay Beach Park, Oahu, Hawaii

Hawaii’s on a part. For the second year in succession, the island state can assert the best shoreline in America, as per Leatherman’s criteria. Waimanalo Bay Beach Park is out of the way on the island of Oahu, as opposed to a year ago’s No. 1 shoreline, Duke Kahanamoku Beach in traveler benevolent Waikiki.

The view here is stunning, with turquoise waters meeting white coral sand, all against a background of rough green coastline. More than five miles of shoreline welcome local people and guests who make the 45-minute drive from Waikiki. Bodyboarding is a prominent action here, and lifeguards are on obligation.

The shoreline is on the windward side of the island, so it can get blustery, yet the coastal winds make the shoreline extraordinary for cruising, Leatherman said. (Photograph Credit: Eric Broder Van Dyke, Shutterstock)