Paradise Found! World’s Most Extraordinarily Strange Yet Unique Beaches

Memories are the only eternal souvenir that we take back with us from a vacation, so why not make them worthwhile? Your vacay choice might be camping, enthralling adventure sports or just a chill beach you have to make it glorious.

Don’t settle for these regular beaches and cliche palm trees? What’s the most unique beach have you ever visited? Here’s a guide to the world’s most unique and fascinating beaches that will make you crave beaches more, travel the world to live the most beautiful beach holiday of your life.

1. Hidden Beach, Mexico

With an ancient history behind this mysterious and one of a kind, Playa Del Amor is also known as ‘Hidden Beach’. Situated in the Marieta Islands this idyllic beach has remained untouched by humans for many years. A gaping hole in the surface of this lush green Mexican island exposes a secret beach, with ample shade, sun, and crystal-clear water making it just unique. 

The turquoise crystal clear waters rush playfully to the pristine white shores untarnished by the outside world. The unusual yet fascinating beach has no regular entry, you can get there only by the means of a helicopter. The small tunnel, about 59ft in height with only 6 ft of the air gap between water and rock, and can be crossed only by scuba diving or swimming. It’s all worth it!

2. Bioluminescence Beach Maldives

You must have admired a skyful of twinkling stars but what if you have it on the ground? The Bioluminescence Beach Maldives lets you experience the shimmer just under your feet. This glow-in-dark is basically a natural phenomenon called ‘Bioluminescence’ wherein light is emitted or created by a living organism, phytoplankton.

Ostracods, the water living organisms emit light when something comes into the water, while phytoplankton emits light from their cells when they are stressed or there’s an unsettling in the water. One can also go for a swim in the water or just walk along the beach and leave your glowing footprint behind. Bioluminescence is one of the biggest attractions in the Maldives except the luxurious stay in world-class villas. Fly to this beautiful island and experience the most magnificent beach in the world.

3. Pink Sand Beach, Bahamas

You might have come across the regular sand or black sand beaches but have you ever wondered how gorgeous would a pink sand beach look? Located on the northwestern part of Eleuthera Island in the Bahamas, Harbour Island is known for its smooth pink sand, long beaches, colorful coral reefs, and crystal clear water. 

The light rose color is a result of foraminifera, a marine animal where its red shell, which crushes and later mixes with the white sand. The elegant island provides numerous resorts, that ensure ultimate relaxation in these pristine surroundings. This pink sand beach is just perfect to give you an unusual yet delightful experience with a perfect Instagram moment.

4. Boulders Beach, Cape Town

Finding crabs or sometimes even turtles on the beach might not be much of a surprise to you but what if you are in a beach full of penguins? Cape Town definitely has no shortage of amazing beaches, but Boulders Beach in False Bay offers something extra special, a colony of African Penguins in all their smartly dresses, waddling glory, right under your nose. In fact, it’s the only place in the world where you can get close to the African Penguins.

Boulders Beach offers a unique experience not just with the penguins but even for children, the ancient granite boulders protect the space from the wind and large waves, making it an ideal swimming spot for kids. Why travel any exceptional wildlife sanctuary just to meet the penguins when you can have a flawless beach vacay with adorable penguins in Cape Town! 

5. Jokulsarlon Beach, Iceland

The beaches are not just about taking a plunge or sunbathing at the shore, some even are to appreciate the hypnotizing view with solidifying cold waves running on your legs in the midst of tremendous ice crystals like the Jokulsarlon Beach also known as Diamond Beach. Specked along the shoreline are clusters of ice that sparkle in the light, which range from being perplexingly clear pearls to a deep, blue tint. They make for the perfect addition to an already stunning sea view.

The otherworldly sea shore probably won’t allow people to sunbath however most likely to seals. The precious stones like a gem on the great dark sand aren’t the only thing to wonderment about, if fortunate enough you would experience the magical aurora, making your trip to Iceland just worth it.

These unique beaches will make you irresistible and find reasons to travel to these mind-blowing cities, so get your beach ball and swimsuit ready and get going! Whether it is a leisure trip with family or a honeymoon with your beloved, these mesmerizing beaches will set the tone right for the entire vacation. 

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