Wednesday , 18 January 2017

There’s something strange yet great about these beaches

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Maho Beach
St. Maarten

If you like planes, they’re close enough to touch here, since they land meters away at the Princess Juliana International Airport.

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The Moeraki Boulders in Koekohe Beach
New Zealand

These huge boulders, which are made of sedimentary rock harder than the earth that formed around them, get uncovered by huge waves.

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Cow Beach
Goa, India

While you bask in the sun don’t be alarmed if, you guessed it, a cow basks with you. They wander freely around these parts.

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Pig Beach
Big Major Cay, Bahamas

Don’t like cows? Get cozy with the pinker farm animals that run wild on this uninhabited island. There are many legends surrounding their strange residence, but no one seems to know for sure.

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Hot Water Beach
New Zealand

Hot springs pop out from the sand and visitors can create their own personal hot tub while lounging by the shore.

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Playa de Gulplyuri,
Llanes, Spain

Even though it’s actually a flooded sinkhole and over 300 feet away from shore, it’s fully tidal thanks to a bunch of underground tunnels.

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Punalu’u Beach
Hawaii

Since the sand was created by lava floating into the ocean, the beaches are completely black.

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Scala del Turchi
Sicily, Italy

Here, you can scale a dramatic rock formation if you get bored of snorkeling.

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Scala del Turchi
Sicily, Italy

Here, you can scale a dramatic rock formation if you get bored of snorkeling.

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Giants Causeway Beach
Northern Ireland

The extremely unique columns and formations were made 50-60 million years ago, when lava rose up, cooled and cracked.