Situated within the Waianapanapa State Park, the black sand” is made mostly from small black rocks. Waianapanapa means glistening recent water” in Hawaiian, and its easy to see where the identify came from when the black sand is contrasted in opposition to the sensible blue ocean. And due to the scenery, this spot is a must-stop alongside the Road to Hana. Take as many photos as you like however save your swimsuit: With the sturdy surf and often jellyfish, opt for a more swimmer-pleasant seashore.
Comprised of red and black lava cinders, this purple-sand seashore in Hana is the right spot to snap selfies. Do: Go early to seek out parking. Do not: carry the little ones — the tough trail to the seashore is slender and steep. (Plus the exhausting-to-discover location makes the spot common among nudists.) Bring sturdy footwear for the hike and a snorkel mask, as the lava rock wall creates a protected cove for prime snorkeling.
This 3-mile-lengthy seaside, situated on the east side of Harbour Island, is the proper spot for snorkeling and swimming, because of the reef that gives a big area of calm and comparatively shallow water. The sand is made out of bits of coral, shells, rocks, and calcium carbonate from marine invertebrates and, just like Bermuda’s Horseshoe Bay, will get its pink coloration from Foraminifera.
Also referred to as Pantai Merah, Pink Beach is located on Komodo Island, one among greater than 17,000 islands in the Republic of Indonesia. One among only seven pink-sand seashores in the world, the sand seems pink as a consequence of pink coral mixed with white sand. It is a standard snorkeling spot and appropriate for learners since even the shallows are teeming with marine life. The strand is also located inside Komodo Nationwide Park, a sanctuary to Komodo Dragons, the world’s largest dwelling lizard.