Georgia Beach Ranked as One of the BLUEST Waters in the U.S.
Wednesday, May 31st, 2023
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Demand for ‘best water vacations’ has increased by 300% in the past year, with travelers looking for destinations near water to inspire their next road trip and find inner peace, as studies have shown that being close to water can make you happier, calmer, and more creative.
With this in mind, SIXT has color-picked and analyzed the most beautiful bodies of water across the nation to identify and rank the top 50+ bluest waterways in the U.S. to illustrate the colorful destinations our country has to offer.
North Beach, Savannah, has been revealed as the #31 bluest water in the nation, with a matching Hex color code of #5F717B. This positions this body of water among the bluest water in the nation and the best for a water-centric vacation.
Savannah Named Among the Best Destinations in the Country for a Water Vacation
North Beach, GA, ranked among the top 50 bluest waters in the U.S.
Whether you are looking for a crystal-clear turquoise beach to catch the waves, an emerald-hued lake to take in the views, or a navy blue shore to soak up the serene energy of the ocean, there is the perfect shade of water for every traveler. From Monterey Bay to Clearwater Beach, these are the U.S. bluest waters to add to your travel bucket list.
Blue Hole, New Mexico, comes first as the bluest water in the nation. Located amid the desert like a great blue gem, this geological wonder is famous for its spring-fed blue water and is considered an iconic roadside attraction on Route 66.
Not too far behind are Chena Hot Springs, Alaska, and Las Olas Beach, Florida, with dazzling-blue bodies of water that allure travelers worldwide. Other richer blue shades can be found in the mystical waters of some of the country’s most beautiful lakes, ranking among the top 10, like Grand Lake, Colorado, Lake Conway, Florida, and Lake George, New York.
Waimea Bay and Lake Tahoe offer some of the lightest and coolest blues, while gorgeous green-blue hues can be found in Hana Bay, Emerald Cave, and Haulover Inlet.
You can view here all 53 waterways, how they ranked, and their color swatches.