The 4 Best Beach Vacations to Visit During Holiday

The world has many beaches which you have not yet explore yet. You may want to take the opportunity to visit them one by one during your vacation. There is always something special to see […]

The 4 Best Beach Vacations to Visit During HolidayThe world has many beaches which you have not yet explore yet. You may want to take the opportunity to visit them one by one during your vacation. There is always something special to see and do in every beach. The following are the top 4 best vacation spots in the world for those who like the beach.

  1. Baia Dos Porcos

Baia Dos Porcos, also known as the Pigs Bay, is a beach formed of stones without any sandy shore in Fernando de Noronha, Brazil. At Baia Dos Porcos, you can see two brothers boulders in the water that look quite similar to one another.  To reach this beach, you can cross the rocky trek or take a boat ride from Cacimbo do Padre beach in low tide season. It is best to come to this beach with the help of a guide. It has rich marine lives and lush reefs which you can explore with your snorkeling equipment. Occasionally, you can see dolphins breaching in the sea. Baia Dos Porcos has no amenity nearby.

  1. Hyams Beach

Hyams Beach is a quiet beach situated to the south of Jervis Bay, in New South Wales, Australia. The Bodoree National Park encircles Hyams Beach. Bodoree is a term that means a bay that has lots of fishes in the Aboriginal language. The sand is very white and the water is clear. If it gets hot, you can rest under the trees. Kids can visit the northern part of the beach as it is sheltered by rocks and safer to swim. It has a small children playground and one restaurant cafe. Toilets can be access on the east to Hyam Road. There are more selection of food if you visit the Vincentia Marketplace which is an 8 minutes driving distance.

  1. Hidden Beach

Hidden Beach, also known as Islas Marietas is beach hidden inside a hollow rock with eye shape opening on the ceiling in the jurisdiction of Nayarit, Mexico. You can’t see the beach on the outside. No boat can access it as well. The only way to enter this beach is jump into the water from the rock. It is believed that the rock is formed as a result of military explosive testing that is carried out in the 1900s. If you come in between December and March, you will be able to see marine lives like eels, blue footed boobies, sea birds, turtles and humpback whales. The beach opens from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and close on Mondays and Tuesdays.

  1. Pig Beach

Pig Beach is beach on an island that is inhabited with wild pigs in Exumas, Bahamas. According to legend, these pigs are dropped off by a group of sailors who never came back. The pigs manage to survive by the excess food other ships dump on the island. You will get to swim with the wild pigs and hold them. The pigs that come to the beach to swim are usually large adult pigs but you will also see small piglets. You can feed the pigs if you want. The beach gets quite busy with tour groups arriving on boat every now and then. When walking in the shallow water, you have to watch out for the pig poops.