5 Most Unique Beaches In The World!

5 Most Unique Beaches In The World!

5 Most Unique Beaches In The World!


For most of us, our normal run-of-the-mill beaches are those that are arc of golden sand, glistening, with clear blue waters and palm trees swaying gently in the breeze. Let’s slowly close our eyes and imagine that for a second. I’m sorry to be the one breaking this, but the most unique beaches in the world do not follow this mantra. They are your not-so-conventional types of beaches. Sure, you’ll find them quirky but also very different and beautiful just like these 5 Most Unique Beaches In The World! Lets begin!

1. The Hidden Beach

Whoa! Is what left my mouth when I saw this beauty. Unless you know it is there, you have to be high up to spot Playa da Amor on the Marieta Islands in Mexico. All good things have a history behind them. This beautiful beach front has a violent past. It was formed when the area was used by the Mexican Government for bomb testing. I’m not sure why the government chose this particular spot. Anyway, these tests led to a huge hole that was blasted into the sea cliff. Well, what was left of it was a truly stunning swimming spot. Travelers cannot get enough of it!

2. The Glowing Beach

Imagine a starry night sky after dark. Now imagine that on an ocean front. The Maldivian gives this spectacular view to its visitors. It is certainly fit for fairytale royalty. It is an incredible sight that is attributed to phytoplankton which glows when disturbed. Question is, whose bugging these planktons? Whoever is doing so, keep at it! These phytoplanktons are quite abundant along the shores of the Maldives which makes the sight even more beautiful. That would probably explain why they are a favorite honeymoon destination.

3. The Hot Water Beach

Forget Jacuzzis and the like. Imagine a hot bubbling bath provided by underground springs. You can sit there the whole day, though I would strongly advise against it. Health reasons you know. This is what visitors to the Coromandel Peninsula in New Zealand enjoy. Well, it takes a little bit of work to get that bath up and running. You’ll find tourists with spades because they know that a little bit of work will bring huge rewards. You don’t have to dig too far to create this ‘amazing’ geothermal spring water. It peaks at 147 degrees Fahrenheit. Nowhere on earth does anything come close to this!

4. The Green Beach

At first glance, you may think this beach is covered in moss. Not at all. The bright green appearance of the Papakolea Beach in Hawaii derives its bright green appearance from the native sand that lines its shores. The origin of the color? From a nearby volcano which produces the green mineral olivine. It is one of the only four green beaches in the world. No wonder it is a wonderful peculiar destination for any traveler.

5. The Desert Beach

If you thought deserts are found only in arid areas, then you have certainly not met the beach at the Lencois Maranhenses National Park in Brazil. This beach is not by the seaside as you would anticipate. It is located far, far away from any water body. Heard of lagoons? Every year, continuous rainfall floods the National Park. This results in beautiful lagoons fringed with perfect white sands. If you plan to visit the park, I would suggest May to September. You’ll have the time of your life. Fish can even be spotted in the water during these peak months. October would not be a good time. You wouldn’t see much: the lagoons are usually completely dried up as they await replenishment in February. What are you waiting for? Get your ticket for Brazil!

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13 Best beaches in Rio de Janeiro,Brazil no slideshow video Pistolozzi Marco con Avventure nel Mondo

13 Best beaches in Rio de Janeiro,Brazil no slideshow video Pistolozzi Marco con Avventure nel Mondo Copacabana e Ipanema sono tra le più belle spiagge di Rio de Janeiro e del mondo.Sono parte della cultura, non solo per rilassarsi, prendere il sole o ammirare la vista, ma per incontrare nuove persone, fare sport, provare snack e bevande tipiche, e molto altro.
Entre as mais belas praias do mundo os do Rio de Janeiro são parte da cultura , não só para relaxar, tomar sol ou apreciar a vista , mas para conhecer novas pessoas , praticar esportes , tente lanches e bebidas típicas e muito mais.
Among the most beautiful beaches in the world those of Rio de Janeiro are part of the culture , not only to relax , sunbathe or enjoy the view , but to meet new people , play sports , try snacks and typical drinks , and more.

Top 10 Best Beaches in the World 2017

Top 10 Best Beaches in the World 2017

The Top 10 and more Best Beaches in the World. Beautiful Beaches.

Myrtos (Greece)
Cancun (Mexico)
Miami Beach (USA),
Bali (Indonesia)
Sonya Beach (China)
Surfers Paradise (Australia)
Phuket (Thailand)
El Nido (Phillipines)
Waikiki Beach
Hawaii (USA)
Rio de Janerio (Brasil)
Cape Town (South Africa)
Fiji Islands
Boracay (Phillipines)
Harbour Island (Bahamas)
Bora Bora (Tahiti)
Zanzibar (Tanzania)
Cas Abao (Curacao)
Grote Knip (Curacao)
Lefkas (Greece)
Crane Beach (Barbados)
Wineglass Bay (Tasmania)
Bahai Honda (Florida, USA)
Trunk Bay (Virgin Islands)
North Palmetto (Bahamas)
Tulum Beach (Mexico)
Palombaggia (Corsica, France)
Dominican Republic.

Really great and beautiful beaches. Please let me know which beaches I should add in my new video.

CHEAP TRAVEL | Where to travel in 2017 | Budget Travel Tips!

CHEAP TRAVEL | Where to travel in 2017 | Budget Travel Tips!

Cheap travel is the key word of 2017. In this video I list my top 5 cheapest destinations to travel to this year. Where to travel, why its cheap to travel there, and why you should travel there.

All of the best cheap and budget travel tips for the year of 2017. I run down my top 5 cheapest budget travel destinations for this year. I also drop some budget travel tips along the way, and give you some cheap travel suggestions. If you’re wondering where to travel in 2017, look no further.

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When did I start travelling?

I began to travel properly a few months after I graduated university in 2012. I booked a one way ticket to Australia and the fun began from there!

How do I fund my travels?

I normally apply for a work/travel visa in the country I am spending the majority of my time, I will then work for several months in a row, save up money and then disappear for a few months when I have the cash! I am also blessed enough to have made some really good friends on a lot of my previous travels, this normally means I have a place to crash!

What did I do before I began travelling?

Before I started travelling I gained a BSc in Forensics and Crime Scene Investigation, I intended to use my degree to get into Law school and become a Lawyer! That was all until I discovered road trips and wanderlust!

Do I have any previous experience in Film or Photography?

No! Everything I know I learned on the go! It really is the best way! Hands on knowledge in filming and editing really cannot be beaten.

How do I start travelling?

Just pack up and go! It really is the only way! If you keep telling yourself you’re waiting for the perfect moment to travel, 10 years will pass and you’ll realise you never did, adventure really doesn’t wait!



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10 tips if you’re visiting Greece | Travel Tips

10 tips if you’re visiting Greece | Travel Tips

Here are 10 travel tips if you’re planning on visiting Greece in the near future.

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1. Learning to Love a Malaka
Although the word Malaka isn’t “nice” sometimes it’s meant to be friendly. Malaka means “jerkoff” but in Greece we use it as a term of endearment. People might say, “Hey jerkoff,” but don’t worry. You’ll be able to tell if they mean it by their tone of voice. Use your better judgment and go with the flow.

2. Most everything closes at noon for a few hours. No soup for you.
In Spain its called “siesta” and they have it in Greece too. In some of the more touristy areas you’ll find everything stays open but if your visit takes you off the beaten path they will most likely be closed in the afternoon. Make sure you make that trip to the market and get your errands done in the morning and spend your “siesta” down at the beach.

3. Dramamine Taxis
Greece has over 6,000 islands but only 250 of them are inhabited. Although some of the islands have airports most don’t and you’ll have to take a ferry to visit them. Ferries will range in cost from 10 to 75 EUR with travel out of Athens being more expensive. Airfare will range between 100 – 300 EUR depending on where you’re visiting, what time of year it is, and possibly how much you slip the guy booking your tickets.

4. Avoid Mykonos if you’re on a budget.
The clubs stay open till the morning, the beaches are gorgeous, and the bar is always pumping out music. Along with the great nightlife and romantic scenery comes a very hefty price point. Mykonos is not the island to visit if you’re on a budget. Drinks on this island are just as overpriced as they are in New York City, 12 -15 EUR a pop. Dinner will run you at least 50 EUR and hotel rooms start at around $250 EUR a night. One of your suitcases should probably just be filled with cash.

5. Hypochondriacs rejoice! Antibiotics can be purchased over the counter.
If you’re like my mom you’ll want to stock up on over the counter antibiotics while you’re in Greece. You don’t need a prescription in Greece to buy them and they’re stronger then the stuff the pharmacist gives you here (America for me, I’m not sure where in the world you are). I would like to say that you shouldn’t take medicine if you don’t need it. Antibiotics should only be taken if you have an infection so please consult with your doctor before self medicating. And for the love of all that is holy take the entire cycle even if you start to feel better, finish the cycle! Otherwise we’re just building antibacterial resistant superbugs that are going to wipe us all out. But no, really, enjoy your trip.

6. Food in Greece is amazing on any budget
Greece is known for its seafood, olives, honey, feta cheese, and healthy veggies. Even if you’re traveling on a budget and can’t afford to eat at restaurants (which usually run anywhere between 15 – 50 EUR a meal) you can grab Gyro and Suvlaki on the street. They’ll usually run 2 – 3 EUR each and they’re just as filling. Vegetarians: just learn to pronounce the word “spanakopita” before you leave and the cheese and spinach pies will get you right at about the same price point.

7. No one in Greece tips. But if you do you will be treated like a god (lowercase god that is).
In general people do not tip in Greece as wait staff gets paid a living wage, but they will treat you like a king if you do. At the beach bar I usually give them 3 to 5 euros throughout the day and they make sure my drink is always full. A EUR or two goes a long way. If you’re looking for hospitality in Greece, throw in a smile and you are golden.

8. Visit before or after the peak season
End of summer in Greece (end of July to end of August) is very expensive. During that time in Greece the tourists outnumber the citizens! Because of this prices on hotel accommodations, flights, and ferries are inflated. Visiting before or after peak season can save you a lot of money. Consider visiting in June or September so you can still enjoy the beach.

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10. Find the Bouzoukia for the real Greek night life experience.
Most of Greece’s nightlife is now very mainstream. The Bouzoukia is where you will experience live Greek music, dancing, and flower throwing. There is usually a headliner like Anna Vissi (think the Greek equivalent to Madonna) if you are in Athens but you can find a cheap alternative in some of the smaller towns and islands with unknown singers.

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Best Beaches in Sydney, Australia

Best Beaches in Sydney, Australia

Sydney Australia is famous for its beautiful beaches, so I decided to go find the best beaches that this city has to offer…

Here is my list of the Best Beaches in Sydney Australia:


My list begins on the southside of Sydney’s incredible coastal walk with a family-friendly place called Bronte Beach. Natural and man-made pools protect you from the dangerous rip known as the Bronte Express.


Over Dolphin’s Point, There’s Coogee Beach, which is much larger than Bronte and also safer for swimming.

Both Bronte and Coogee are located in really cool neighborhoods with some great places to eat and drink down by the water.


In between Coogee and Bronte is the concrete and rocky waterfront of Clovelly Beach – its the perfect place to go if you don’t want any sand in your bikini.


Across Bundock Park is Gordons Bay, which doesn’t have the best beach, but the water is calm and clear so its a really nice spot for snorkeling.


I absolutely love the smaller bay beaches towards the top end of the Peninsula, and my personal favorite of all these is a cool little hidden gem called Parsley Bay. It is tucked away within a quiet neighborhood and the shark nets make me feel better about swimming.


Kuttie is another small, quiet spot within a residential area.


When you’re at Watson’s Bay, stop by Doyle’s for lunch on the water. A completely different vibe here than over between Bondi and Bronte Beach.


For amazing views of Sydney Harbor, follow the path to the small and quiet Milk Beach.


Back over on the beautiful coastline, the quiet and secluded Tamarama Beach is great place to get away from the crowds of neighboring Coogee and Bondi.

Its usually occupied by a laid-back, local crowd with a heavy focus on the top-notch surf break.


Just around the rocky cliffs, you’ll find one of the most well known beaches in the world… From the iconic Icebergs pool which overlooks the beach, to the abundance of beautiful sunbathers, Bondi is famous for a reason.

Popular with international backpackers and tourists, its a place to see and be seen. Especially considering its bikini top optional.

Don’t get too distracted though, because There’s tons of beach activities going on, and the waves are a bit more manageable than at other beaches, so its a good place to take your first surf lesson or just go for a swim.

If you’re in town for awhile, stay at the Hotel Ravesis right at the beach and check out some of the chill bars and delicious restaurants around the neighborhood.


If you take the ferry north from Sydney Harbor, you’ll come to Manly Beach – the gateway to the most beautiful stretch of sand in Sydney.

Manly itself is the most lively of all the northern beaches, with surf competitions and weekend events, its a very popular place in the summertime.

But If you’re looking to break away from the crowds, keep heading north and you’ll find a lot more space in the sand at places like Collaroy beach, Avalon beach, and way up at the top, is Palm Beach.


Palm Beach is Sydney’s most northerly stretch of sand, and It sits on a peninsula at the end of Barrenjoey Road, between Pittwater and Broken Bay. Palm Beach is sometimes referred to as ‘Palmy’ and its a great spot for surfing and sunbathing. Make sure you walk up to Barrenjoey Lighthouse for an amazing view!

And If you’ve made it this far, you’ve officially explored some of the best beaches in Sydney!


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Cascade: A 6 bedroom Luxury Vacation Rental Villa In Turks and Caicos Islands

Cascade: A 6 bedroom Luxury Vacation Rental Villa In Turks and Caicos Islands

Cascade is a spectacular 6 bedroom luxury villa on Babaloa Beach on the island of Providenciales, Turks and Caicos. This Caribbean vacation rental villa is the ultimate retreat, with an ultra-cool two level pool, multiple sunny and shaded terraces, swim-up bar, and countless other amenities! See for details!