Do any of these make your bucket list?
The Black Beach, Hawaii
The Black Sand Beach or the Punalu’u Beach is situated in Hawaii. This is made up of tiny particles of lava, which explodes and cools once it enters the ocean. Since black retains the most warmth, it is the perfect place to spot turtles.
The Starry Beach, Maldives
This beach which looks like something out of a fairytale is actually the result of glowing phytoplankton. This bright blue glow get emitted when the plankton react with oxygen in the water. Although seen on Vadhoo Island, locals claim it can be seen on any beach when the timing is right.
Maho Beach, Saint Martin
Usually a beach is a place where you relax and unwind, but visitors come to the Maho Beach for the exact opposite reason. Known for its low- flying airliners, that are powerful enough to blow you into the water, it is the perfect place to get your adventure fix!
Koekohe Beach, New Zealand
Ever wondered what dinosaur eggs looked like? Well the Moeraki boulders on Koehoke Beach are the closest you’ll get. These mysterious spherical stones are definitely worth a visit.
Shell Beach, Australia
Shell Beach is located in Shark Bay, Western Australia. The abundance of shells in this area is due to the high salinity of the water, which allows the cockles to multiply without the danger of predators in the near by area. It is the perfect spot to find a souvenir or add to your shell collection!