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World's Most Unusual Beaches

It's time to set off for shores with strange hues of sand, alarmingly low-flying aircraft, and hot pools you can dig yourself.
  • Novel Dezigns

    Hot water beach - East coast of the Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand, "Drive down to this beach armed with a shovel, because the best thing to do here is to dig your very own DIY spa. This geothermal beach can get as hot as 64°C (147°F), its heated water spouting from two nearby underground springs. Check out their website for updates on the water conditions before you drop by."

  • Amy Johnson

    Hot Water Beach, Waikato, New Zealand If you're a more active traveler, you might prefer the DIY spa experience at Hot Water Beach, located on the northeast shore of New Zealand. The two underground fissures leak gallons of water at 147 degrees Fahrenheit every minute; the water then bubbles its way up through the beach's golden sands to the surface. To make the most out of your visit, plan to arrive one to two hours before low tide (when more of the beach is exposed) with a bucket and shovel in hand -- you'll need them to dig your own hot tub :)

  • Katie Krafft

    Hot Water Beach: Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand. bring your own shovel to dig a personal hot spring

  • Tammy Lowe

    Hot Water #Beach2. East coast of the #Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand. #travel #newzealand

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