Everyone will surely enjoy the symphony of sighs swept up when the light wind and the roaring sound of the waves that framed fine white shining sand. But one day maybe we will find a beach with sand that is not white color and texture of strange, who knows the beach with sand colors and textures are a little different or strange because this is your first time I saw it actually even make your vacation more memorable. Maybe you'll think of which would color sand a strange and unusual you see this coming? Of course instead of food coloring or dye cloth, but from solid minerals and other earth materials are destroyed thanks to the linkage between the onslaught of waves connected with the earth's surface until finally menggerusnya into small granules. And from the cool glow of Hawaii to California, he's four sand beach with the most incredible colors.
Papakolea beaches rich in mineral olivine (one of the main elements generated by the deposition of volcanic lava in Hawaii) has a curve that was almost like a cone-cylinder sand-colored dark green with a surreal, spread like a prairie. This beach can be found in the south of the Big Island, protected by a fairly high hill. There are only 2 beach in the world which have green sand color, Papakolea has one of its.
2. Pfeiffer Beach in Big Sur, California
At night, when moonlight bouncing off slowly, then the manganese particles that color the sand until you see the purple will look luminous, and its reflections on the water surface looks like the aurora. Stretches from the southern coast stretches to the north, the color of the sand will gradually appear more and more concentrated. In daylight, the color still looks stunning.
3. Pink sand beaches on Harbour Island, Bahamas
4. Red sand of Kaihalulu or Red Sand Beach on the Island of Maui
Located on the far side of Ka'uiki Hill south of Hana Bay is Kaihalulu, better known as Red Sand Beach. The sand gets its red-black color from the crumbling cinder cone hill that surrounds the bay. Swimming is poor except when the ocean is very calm. The path to the beach is slippery due to the crumbling cinder and pine needles from the ironwood trees. But the view of the red sand against the blue sea bracketed by the green ironwood trees and a rocky lava sea wall is unmatched! This beach is very isolated and nude sunbathers sometimes visit the area.
5. Sandy beach glass at Fort Bragg, California
Locations that had once been a garbage dump has now become one of the manmade beach of the most stunning in the world. The process of tidal beach that has been running for several decades has been smoothed shards of glass to become comfortable jagged crystal grains in the foot. Gravel expanse of glass that conspired with a grain of sand Fort Bragg is one of the tourist destination you must visit among all California Cities.
6. Punalu’u Beach on Hawaii ‘s Big Island
Punalu’u Beach is the most visited of the few black sand beaches on Hawaii ‘s Big Island and the stunningly black sand is actually volcanic rock, deposited as lava and subsequently cooled when met by the ocean. Apparently to take any of the sand home would result in being cursed by a volcano goddess by the name of Pele.