Hyams Beach, The World's Whitest Sand Beach
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Hyams Beach, The World's Whitest Sand Beach

Hyams Beach,Australia

Hyams Beach, The World's Whitest Sand Beach

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The Hyams Beach is a beautiful Jervis Bay beach, located in New South Wales, Australia. According to the Guinness World Record, it boasts the whitest sand on our entire planet.

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The Hyams Beach sand it made up of microscopic quartz particles – tiny sand crystals that are almost fluorescent. These crystal particles are so unique and bright, that they are almost blinding, so much so that in the summer when the sun reflects off of them, it is impossible to visit this beach without wearing sunglasses!

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The area also boasts a pristine landscape, with wild fauna and flora surrounding it thanks to its location just near the botanical gardens of Australia, between the Jervis Bay National Park and the Booderee National Park. This bay is ideal for dolphin and whale watching. It is even sometimes possible to have a rare sighting of the “blue whale” that swims within these beautiful waters.

Hyams-Beach-AustraliaThe Hyams Beach is one of the most beautiful places on Earth thanks to its crystal-clear waters and radiant white sand, but it is also a great place for snorkeling, diving, windsurfing, sailing, kayaking and plenty more adventurous excursions!

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