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6 One-of-a-Kind Beaches to Add to Your Bucket List

If you are interested in having an unforgettable adventure in a remote and unique part of the world, here are some of the most fascinating, one-of-a-kind beaches from New Zealand to Spain!

  1. Koekohe Beach, The Rock Beach In New Zealand

Located on the coast of New Zealand, this beach has the peculiarity of having a huge number of a very peculiar type of stone: Known as the Moeraki boulders, these are the result of the passing of time and erosion cause by the waves and the sand. The rocks have been the inspiration for many legends and this is what has attracted the attention of millions of tourists in recent years.

  1. A Waterfall On The Beach, Mcway In California

McWay Falls is a 24-meter-high waterfall, located in California that flows throughout the year. The waterfall is one of two in California that cascade directly into the ocean, the other being Alamere Falls. It is quite difficult to access by land, but very easy to reach by sea, although this is not recommend since its large cliffs crumble easily.

  1. An Artsy Beach In Seychelles

The beach located on La Digue Island not only is known for its beauty but also for its extremely white sand. This place has certain rock formations that have been eroded in such a way that they have become true works of art. There is no airport on La Digue, so to get arrive there from a foreign country, you have to fly to Victoria and continue by ferry. La Digue is also visited for its wide variety of underwater creatures such as fish, sharks, and rays. The island has plenty of accommodations and activities to offer tourists. There are at least 20 guesthouses and hotels, a few restaurants, and a dive center.

  1. A Paradise In Thailand

A trip to the Similan Islands transports us to one of the last paradises that we have left here on earth. Koh Similan is one of the best-known island groups in the Andaman Sea, largely because of the wonders that wait beneath the clear blue waters that surround it. Considered among the 10 most interesting dive areas in the world, this little archipelago has also become a favorite destination for yachts and tour boats.

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  1. Beach Of Aguas Santas, Galicia

Also known as the beach of the cathedrals, it has cliffs that are up to more than 30 meters high. You can access these cliffs during the low tide.

  1. The Darkest Beach In The World

This beach is located in Waianapanapa State Park, on the island of Maui in Hawaii. Its extremely dark sand is due to volcanic lava eroded by the sea. It took millennia or more to be ground down into a beach. Today, it’s a great place for tanning, dipping your feet in to cool off (since black sand is hotter than white sand), and taking memorable photographs.

Are you now inspired to visit one of these beaches? We hope you have fun in paradise this summer!

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