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Bucket List Beaches

There's so many reasons people look forward to their vacation every year; seeing a new part of the world, spending time with loved ones, bronzing and switching off, but for me, the beauty of a soft sandy beach surrounded by palm tree's is one of my favourite sites.

Lucky Bay, Australia: Along with the long strips of white sand and beautiful coastal views, you'll also spot kangaroos hopping across your sun lounger.

Pig Beach, Bahamas: Wondering how the pigs got to Pig Beach? We don't know for sure. Big Major Cay is uninhabited and the pigs are not native to the island. Some say they were left by a group of sailors, who planned to come back and cook them. Or that the pigs swam over from a shipwreck nearby. Wherever they came from, there are now about 20 pigs and piglets living the easy life, with daily visits from Bahamians and tourists.

Boulders Beach, South Africa: is known for it's waddling residents, which have lived there since 1982. Other highlights include catching a glimpse of southern wright whales and cage-diving with great white sharks.

Turtle Bay, Seychelles: This is one of the very few places these turtles don't feel threatened when they come ashore to lay their eggs. Local guests are taught how to recognize a nesting turtle and invited to witness, but not interfere with, the hatchlings as they beetle their way to the sea

Flamingo Beach, Aruba: Located at the Renaissance Hotel, so you'll either need to stay at the resort or buy a day pass. But, yes, its totally worth it! Feeding them is permitted, and although they sound like angry seagulls, there very friendly animals.

Money Beach, Thailand: If you’re an animal lover like me and visiting Phi Phi Islands on a tour out of Phuket, then Monkey Beach adds a great point of difference to the day. A break from marveling at the stunning geological formations or admiring the beautiful and frantically busy underwater ecosystems. We suggest viewing these guys from the safety of our boat. Watch this interesting troop of our cute little relatives go about their daily life in paradise.

The next time you book a vacation, maybe consider going somewhere with a great wildlife beach nearby!


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