You’ve Got To Visit These 3 Strange Beaches!

Well, yes we know the winter is going to approach soon and summer won’t be here for quite a long time now. About 80% of people would like to go on a beach vacation at any time of the year. The sand, the sea, the sun; what’s not to like about the beach? The sun kissed sand and those beautiful blue waves are more than enough to soothe your mind. But what if you could visit a beach that just does not have yellow sand but has sand of the color green, purple or pink? Wouldn’t that be the best kind of beach to go to?

Here’s a list of three strange beaches that you must visit on your next vacation.

1. Pink Sands Beach, Bahamas

Pink Sands Beach, Bahamas

This beach stretches for around 3.5 miles and is 1.5 miles wide, yet this piece of land is believed to be one of the prettiest beaches of Bahamas with the color pink sprinkled all over. The red shells of the single celled marine animals mix with the white sand on the beach and create this beautiful rose hue.

2. Papakolea Beach, Hawaii

Papakolea Beach, Hawaii

This beach is located on the southernmost tip of Hawaii as well as the United States of America. Visitors actually have to endure a long, tedious hike to reach the beach. The reward at the end is a beach full of green sand. The sand grains are actually olive in color due to the volcanic cone that sits above the beach.

3. Genipabu Beach, Natal Brazil

Genipabu Beach, Natal Brazil

This beach is by far the strangest beach ever on this list. It lies among sand dunes, making visitors actually believe that they are in the middle of the dessert, only to find out that the Atlantic Ocean is just minutes away. You can also sandboard here, that’s very similar to snowboarding but minus the snow.

Come next summer, you know which beach you have to head to!