When life gives you lemons, it is a good choice to take them along to the beach to make yourself a cool, tall glass of lemonade.
Life, being fast-paced, often exhausts you and so it is important for you to escape the worldly worries for a while, every once in a while. The best getaway you can plan to relieve stress and get refueled is a mini vacation and that too at a beach destination.
If you are already planning on travelling to a beach destination, here’s the list of the most unique beaches in the world.
1. Glow-in-the-Dark Beaches in Maldives
The most beautiful thing you will ever experience is a beach with numerous tiny, blue stars. Beaches in the Maldives have bioluminescent phytoplankton, where “bio” means life and “lumin” means glow or light.
Too small to witness individually, these plankton are easily seen when laying in abundance. The sight these creatures present is like a light show that is unworldly.
It might require a pinch on the arm for you to believe it’s not a Pixar or Disney animation when you’re on the shore of this beach.
2. Hidden Beach in Mexico
Playa Del Amor, the love beach, is one of the most unique and beautiful beaches in the world. The beach is also known as the Hidden beach because of being situated inside a huge water tunnel-like opening that looks more like a cave.
Playa Del Amor is a wonder that Marieta Islands have. The islands are located on the west of Puerto Vallarta at the mouth of Banderas Bay in Mexico. The beach is a popular tourist destination because of being protected in a grotto and the rich marine life that it has.
3. Maho Beach in Saint Martin
Maho beach is in the list of world’s most unusual beaches for a reason. IT looks like a normal, serene beach until a plane appears that’s about to throw you into the sand.
Yes, you imagined that right; this beach has a way for airplanes to land onto the airport that’s nearby and so when a plane passes by, you it is so close that you can actually reach out and touch it.
Scary and interesting at the same time, most tourist visit Saint Martin to experience severe uproar and pressure cause by these planes on the beach.
4. Punalu’u Beach in Hawaii
Also known as the black sand beach, Punalu’u beach is located in the United States state of Hawaii. A lava flows in the waters of Punalu’u beach, which cools down after its merger with the ocean.
As a consequence of lava that pours in and because of the presence of basalt in the sand, the beach has sand that is almost jet black and thus is a unique sight and a popular tourist destination.
5. Red Sand Beach in Rabida
As the name speaks, the beach has rusty red sand which exists because of two major reasons; the presence of ruined coral pieces and iron-rich lava that is corroded.
Located in Rabida, Galapagos Islands, the Red Sand beach is a must-visit place.
Bid goodbye to your routine hassle with a good dose of Vitamin Sea. Plan your trip now!