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- Many beautiful beaches around the world are fairly quiet, secluded hidden gems.
- Black Island in Palawan, Philippines, has lush foliage and caves that are perfect for underwater exploration.
- Some beaches, like Hole in the Wall, Coffee Bay, South Africa, are surrounded by nature.
“This quaint beach on Phillip Island’s southern shore is an excellent choice for snorkelers looking for a hidden beach to explore. Protected by reef and cliffs, its calm waters offer adventurous visitors the chance to see a range of wildlife that include zebrafish and stingrays. Kitty Miller Beach is also the site of the SS Speke that was shipwrecked in 1906. Visitors can still see the nose of the ship.”
There’s something so visually stunning about underwater shipwrecks, as these photos will prove. Not to mention, they house billions worth of sunken treasure.
“The wreckage of the S.S. Speke, one of the largest sailing ships of its time, struck a reef in 1906. Here, the remains that rest on the shore of Phillip Island (Australia) are captured during sunset.”
“Don’t miss: The old pink granite quarry at Cleeland Bight. Find out more about the Cape Woolamai Coastal Walk.”
If you thought the 12 Apostles were going to be the only highlight of your Great Ocean Road trip, you’re going to be pleasantly surprised.
“The gorgeous fishing village of Port Fairy is a good excuse to head further down the Great Ocean Road. Giffiths Island is connected to the mainland via a causeway and It makes for an incredible walk. The photogenic lighthouse sits at the very tip of the island. You’re bound to spot wallabies and maybe even a Southern Right Whale out at sea from May to October.”