The beauty of a bay is revealed as the sun sets, casting an ethereal glow on calm waters and white sand beaches. In some parts, you can hear waves lapping at the shore while other places might be completely still ridden by the serenity that seems to last indefinitely into eternity.
A bay is a body of water with calmer waters than its surrounding sea. When large and deep enough, bays become natural harbors which offer a great economic advantage to the cities located on them as well as strategic military value in protecting shipping lanes against pirates or other obstacles that might try blocking access into an important harbor like Genova Bay for example. This top 10 features some beautiful areas around our world’s oceans where you can find peace while appreciating how lucky we are!
Top 10: Bay of Fundy
The Bay of Fundy is a shallow body of water that has caused some controversy over the years because many people believe it could potentially hurt ship stability. Many other residents enjoy its underwater scenery, which includes beautiful beaches and vibrant fish life!
The tides in this bay are famous for being some of the highest and lowest water levels around. The Bay of Fundy has an unusual shape that makes it easy to tell when there will be higher or lower tide because you can see different reflections happening on top each time! One way I always enjoy seeing these changes is by heading over to Hopewell Rocks where they’re documented beautifully through photo albums with spectacular views–you might even get lucky enough to get your picture taken while standing near one too 🙂
Top 9: Paradise Bay
Paradise Bay is a popular stop for cruise ships on their way to or from Antarctica. It has beautiful views, like the ice cliffs and heavily glaciated mountains that surround it- which means you can spend some time exploring them before your departure! You might even meet some penguins while there as they are often photographed near this bay because of the many amenities offered by Chileans who live at nearby research stations (such as visiting an inflatable boat with zodiacs).
Top 8: Bay of Islands
The Bay of Islands is one place in New Zealand that you can’t miss out on. With 144 islands, most secluded bays, and some great sandy beaches this beautiful area has an abundance of marine life including penguins; whales; dolphins – even big marlin! Not surprisingly it’s also where international sport fishermen meet up during their world cruises or just when they’re looking to take vacation time off from work. The historical significance makes this bay extra special too: It was the first part of our land settled by Europeans back when people were still exploring what would become known as “The NZ Geographic Region.”
Top 7: Bay of Kotor
The Bay of Kotor is a serene, beautiful place to visit with its many islands. The water here looks clean and clear blue in color which makes for excellent views from atop cliffs or while sitting onshore enjoying this idyllic setting along Montenegro’s Adriatic coastline!
The Bay of Kotor is a hidden gem in Montenegrin waters. It’s one of Europe’s most beautiful bays and often mistaken for a fjord, but it actually has some interesting history behind it! The idyllic shoreline offers you multiple beaches with breathtaking views as well as picturesque towns such as Risan Perast & Kotor which are all accessible by boat or car ferries from nearby cities like Dubrovnik (Croatia).
Top 6: Phang Nga Bay
Phang Nga Bay is one of the most beautiful bays in Thailand. With clear blue water and white sand beaches, you’ll never run out of places to go when visiting this part of paradise on earth!
Located just over 95 km from the island of Phuket, this region is Thailand’s most scenic area. The bay consists primarily of beautiful caves and grottoes that reach up to 300 meters high – some popular among tourists like James Bond Island which was featured for one scene in their movie “The Man With Golden GUN”. Some people visit by sea kayak since they can enter these sites not accessible otherwise unless via boat or helicopter (which will add expense).
Top 5: Victoria Harbour
Victoria Harbor is the most scenic place that I have ever seen. It’s like something out of an old movie with its lattes, boats, and ships just floating there in perfect harmony together as though time meant nothing to them at all!
The Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong is one of the deepest ports on earth with stunning views that offer visitors an opportunity to see both sides, skyscrapers, and shoreline. The bay can be seen as being busy due to its constant traffic coming through from all around Asia – ferries (including ones operated by Star Ferry), junks, or speed boats plying their trade here while others enjoy taking pictures near this beautiful landmark!
Top 4: Port Jackson
Port Jackson is a stunning place to visit with some great beaches that have been nominated for their natural beauty. You can swim all day on these pristine shores and watch as seagulls fly overhead or find your perfect spot in one of the many parks around town, which offer peace while giving back life to nature!
The Port Jackson is one of the most beautiful spots in all of Sydney. Not only does it have hundreds of bays, coves, and beaches but also two major landmarks that contribute greatly to this city’s scenic beauty: The Sydney Opera House (built for Australians)and The Harbour Bridge!
Top 3: San Francisco Bay
The San Francisco Bay is a stunning landscape that will take your breath away. With its tall, steep hillsides it’s almost like being inside of an open-air museum in the middle of lush green trees and rolling fields all around you. A gentle breeze blows across this incredible body of water making everything feel alive with life!
San Francisco Bay is one of the most beautiful places in America. It’s situated on the Californian coast, and it has been visited by many people from all over because San Francisco Bay Area offers a great environment for living with its thriving economy as well as educational opportunities at both professional levels (including universities). The city also houses famous tourist attractions such: Alcatraz Island which served often-times prisoners until 1963 when they were finally released back into society due to public pressure; The Golden Gate Bridge spanning out across this gorgeous bays entranceway where you can enjoy breathtaking views while driving over four lanes connected together via suspension cables – making sure no vehicle will ever trespass onto what belongs solely ours!
Top 2: Guanabara Bay
Guanabara Bay, also known as Sugar Loaf Mountain or simply “The bay” is a natural landmark that was formed 8 million years ago by lava deposits. The panoramic view of this area gives visitors an excellent opportunity to see some breathtaking scenery while they’re there!
Have you ever been to Guanabara Bay? It’s a beautiful, serene bay in southeastern Brazil surrounded by lush forests and white sand beaches. The name “Guanabara” comes from the Tupi-Guarani language which means “river of ships coming home” referring back to the explorers who used this area as their homeland thousands of years ago!
Top 1: Ha Long Bay
The vibrant colors of the ocean and dramatic mountainous landscape are a sight to see. It’s hard not to be captivated as you view Ha Long Bay from our boat, sipping your beverage while surrounded by nature at its finest!
As one of the most popular tourist attractions in Vietnam, Ha Long Bay offers an incredible view for visitors. With thousands upon islands located along its 120 kilometers long coastline and thick jungle vegetation on every inch, this bay truly is like no other place on earth! Some may be surprised by what they find inside these coral formations; namely, some that are hollow with enormous caves or lakes where fishermen live out their days afloat as well.