Beaches are usually perceived with white/yellow sand, rolling waves and bright sunlight. However, these bizarre beaches in the world will change your cognizance and leave you reeling in awe and fascination:
This unusual and bizarre Maldives Beach looks like a starry night sky. The glistening beach appears like a Disney magical sequence. However, the glowing starry dots is due to natural occurrence. Microscopic microorganisms also known as Luciferins, a species of phtoplankton, that produces light by a series of oxidation process. These organisms react to changes in water tension and acidity by illuminating light creating a starry like appearance. Surfers and visitors leave a trail of shining water that illuminates every step like shimmering imprints.
The Beach of the Cathedrals, Spain
The amazing beach is engulfed in some of the most beautiful caves and arches in the world. The cave and arches formation is due to an ongoing geological process. Also known as the beach of the ‘Holy Waters’, visitors and tourists alike can explore these caves while swimming in clear turquoise blue waters.
Maho Beach, Saint Martin
Located on the Carribean Island, the famous Maho Beach is known as a Carribean paradise. One of the bizarre beaches in the world, Maho Beach is a popular tourist spot. The beach is located in close proximity to the Princess Juliana International Airport’s runway. The arriving aircrafts fly at minimal altitude hovering at the beach with just a few yards away from your heads. For an overwhelming experience people from all over the world visit Maho Beach. Adjoining restaurants and cafe display aircraft departure and arrival timings so as to people do not miss out the unique opportunity.
Besides being one of the top most tourist spot in Iceland, Jökulsárlón is a blue water lagoon filled with large ice chunks that emanates immense beauty. The lagoon is also known as the Diamond Beach, as the ice chunks resemble diamonds glistening in the sun light. Adjoining the lagoon is Europe’s largest ice glacier, Vatnajökull. The whole place is surrounded by rugged highlands and lava landscape making it one of the top most amazing places in the world.
The Giant’s Causeway, Ireland
Countless visitors from around the world have marveled at the majesty and mystery of the Giant’s Causeway located in Ireland. The unique rock formations around the beach, have withstood the unbridled ferocity of Atlantic storms for million of years. The rocky formations are nature’s marvel. The columns are set in a perfect symmetry inspiring archaeologists and geologists for years. Various interesting myths surround the Giant Causeway. One of the famous myth revolves around this place being an ancient home to a mighty giant. However, the basalt columns are a result of volcanic burning and cooling.
The Coromandel, New Zealand
One of the most bizarre beaches in the world, the Coromandel, commonly known as the hot water beach, where visitors can dig their own natural hot spa pool in the sand. A unique experience and utterly relaxing, the beach is engulfed with heated mineral water that bubbles from deep within the Earth. The bizarre beach is one of the most visited geothermal attraction in the country. Visitors can also dwell into other fun activities including surfing and sun bathing.