8 Unusual Beaches You Have Not Tried

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Beaches are almost the same everywhere, the same beautiful sweeping coastline, and the same soft sand. If you post a picture of travelling on Instagram or Facebook, your friends will recognize the place at a first glance. For people like new and creative things, all these are boring.

But there are always exceptions. We knew some beaches very interesting and unique. Can you imagine it? All Pink or black sands on the long beach, or soft and smooth limestone rocks, and we have more surprises waiting for you. If you have never been there, we suggest you try one of these beaches, and it really worth a trip.

Let’s check out the most unusual and amazing seaside tourist destinations on earth.

Pink Sand Beach

Location: Harbour Island, Bahamas

If you like pink color, you have to try this. Eroded particles from red corals washed to shore to give the sand of Harbor island a pinkish glow.

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Schoolhouse Beach

Location: Washington Island, Wisconsin, USA

If you hate sand sticking to your feet, I believe you will love Schoolhouse Beach. It is covered with smooth and soft limestone rocks glacier-polished for years. Try this different feeling while you are standing in the water and walking on the smooth rocks.

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Black Sand Beach

Location: Punalu’u Park, Hawaii

This is an entirely different beach, and it is a world of black. Do you have the experience on the black sand? It is hard to say but it is amazing and beautiful. You will understand why the sand is colored black if you have been travelling there.

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Hidden Beach

Location: Playa de Amor, Marieta Islands, Mexico

Hidden beach is quite a different paradise, in fact you are swimming in a huge hole created by bomb blasting. You will be hidden in the beach from the outside world, and it is quiet and peaceful,  everything here looks absolutely gorgeous.

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Tunnel Beach

Location: Dunedin, New Zealand

The beach is hidden after a long creepy tunnel, and you have to trek across a private farmland and then the tunnel to get to the actual beach. You cannot see the beach but if you go out of the tunnel then it will be beautiful beach with sandstone cliffs.

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Hot Water Beach

Location: East coast of the Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand

Do not forget to grab a shovel, because the best thing to do here is to dig your very own DIY spa. It is a geothermal beach, and the heated water are spouting from two nearby underground springs.

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Bioluminescent Beach

Location: Maldives

You have to take your lover here because it is really amazing and romantic, the glowing Bioluminescent phytoplankton looks just shining stars in the sky of night. The scene is more often found in Maldives although sometimes it can be found in other shores.

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Whitehaven Beach

Location: Whitsunday Island, Australia

Whitehaven Beach was awarded as the most eco-friendly beach in the world. It is visually spectuacular for its unique geography environment. It will be comfort to walk around the silky shore while barefoot on a sunny day.

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