India's Chandipur Beach is special as its tides recede to expose over three miles (4.8 km) of seabed twice a day. Located in the Bay of Bengal, Chandipur supports a range of biodiversity which includes red crab and horseshoe crab. The beach is mostly visited by locals as tourist tend to travel to the beaches of Puri or other destinations around the area.
More about famous beaches:
- Hawaii's Punalu'u Beach is covered in black sand. Visitors can also observe sea turtles along the beach all year.
- Visitors to Hot Water Beach in New Zealand dig holes into the sand during low tides, as hot mineral water flows beneath the sand, creating a spa-like experience.
- The Bahama's Pink Sands Beach is named due to its pink-colored sand. The color comes from the shells of single-celled marine animals mixed in with the island's white sand.