Found near the north tip of Zanzibar, this white sand beach off Africa’s east coast is dotted with fishing villages and is home to a diverse variety of marine life.
Reynisfjara Beach, Iceland
Reynisfjara is a famous black sand beach located on the coast of Iceland. Considered the most famous beach in Iceland, the unique rock formation and volcanic sands make it a one of a kind experience to visit.
Pink Sands Beach, Bahamas
Famous for its mile long strip of pink sand, this uniquely colored beach is a popular getaway for those who want more nature and less of the tourist resort feel.
This 7 km stretch of beach on Whitsunday Island in Australia has been labeled one of the cleanest in the world, earning it’s spot as one of our coolest beaches. The sand here consists of 98% pure silica, which means it’s insanely white.
75 Mile Beach, Australia
Running most of the length of Fraser Island, this beach doubles as a highway/runway. Although it is extremely beautiful, the currents are dangerous, and the Tiger Sharks are plentiful, so bathers beware!