Taipus de Fora is not much of a secret anymore, as the influx of tourists has led to major development of the area.
Unspoiled, rustic, and unbelievably beautiful, the beaches of Colombia's Tayrona National Park have considerable bragging rights.
About an hour off the coast of Brazil, the Fernando de Noronha island offers a beach experience like no other in Brazil.
Cotton-white sands, deep blue waters, and pristine shorelines make this a dreamy destination for true nature lovers.
A stunning two-kilometer-long beach in an almost forgotten corner of Colombia, the black sands of Playa Almejal are flanked by thick rainforest.
One of Uruguay's most popular beach destinations becomes the playground of celebrities once summer rolls around.
Located in northern Patagonia, Puerto Madryn is not your typical tropical beach destination – and that's perhaps the main reason to visit.
For an authentic off-the-grid beach experience, nothing beats Cabo Polonio.
Aptly named because of its rust-colored sands, Playa Roja (Red Beach) sits at the heart of the Paracas National Reserve.
Reddish cliffs, turquoise waters, and an almost pink beach make this area look almost alien.
Beaches in Nuqui tend to be on the small side, separated from each other by mangrove forests.
A seaside resort town located two hours north of the capital city of Santiago, Zapallar has long been known as the beach playground for Chile's elite.
Sitting right on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, the busy city of Mar del Plata is home to Argentina's most popular beaches.
The three islands that make up the Salvation Islands group have a dark history.
Punta Sal in northern Peru is somewhat still a secret for international visitors, though locals love this coastal village all-year long.