THE BEST WILDLIFE BEACH DESTINATIONS

Elephant Beach, Havelock’s Best-Kept Secret, India

Elephant Beach, Havelock, beautiful paradise of white sand surrounded by coconut trees and palm trees where you can observe elephants enjoying a refreshing swim in the ocean.

Monkey Beach, Ko Phi Phi Don, Thailand

Monkey Beach, a beautiful wild beach in Ko Phi Phi Don, Thailand with a funny wild monkeys, where you can delight in its abundant and soft white sands surrounded by wild nature, full of trees, limestone walls and of course its fantastic crystalline turquoise waters

Pig Beach, Bahamas

Pig Beach, One of the legends tells that the pigs were brought here by some Pirates with the intention of returning later for them without very good intentions, so it can be seen that they never returned or some of these cute pigs survived the Pirates, being trapped on this spectacular paradise beach in the Bahamas. And learning to swim to eat the waste that the great cruisers threw into the water.

Hawksbill Turtles, Island Cousine, Seychelles

This precious Hawksbill turtle, unjustly annihilated for its shell, almost to its entirety, has placed it on the sad IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, protected since 1979 and monitored since 1972, Hawksbill turtles return every year to nest in the magnificent beaches of the island Cousine in Seychelles, where little by little its population is increasing.

Jackass Penguins, Boulders Beach, South Africa 

Jackass Penguins, Boulders Beach, South Africa, where you can enjoy the friendly company of these funny penguins, and of course, its beautiful beach protected from the waves by huge boulders, which makes it a good beach to go with children, and take fun photos.

Kangaroos, Lucky Bay, Cape Le Grand National Park, Australia

Lucky Bay, is one of the best beaches in Australia, white sand, turquoise ocean, and lots of kangaroos jumping along its shore, or resting and lazing on the sand.

Holbox, Mexico, car-free island is home to flamingos, pelicans, turtles, whale sharks and bioluminescent beaches.

Beautiful Holbox beach in Mexico, with these cute pink flamingos and their very long legs. The car-free island is part of the Yum Balam Nature Reserve and is separated from the mainland by the Yalahau lagoon, which is home to flamingos and pelicans, it also boasts rich marine life such as sea turtleswhale sharks and bioluminescent beaches.

Sea lions, Marine Iguanas & Penguins, The Galapagos Islands

 Sea lions, Marine Iguanas & Penguins. The Galapagos Islands, famous for Darwin’s theory of evolution and its wild fauna, belong to Ecuador and are a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Galapagos National Park and Marine Reserve.

Raccoons, Manuel Antonio Beach, Costa Rica

Raccoons, Manuel Antonio Beach, Costa Rica, Fantastic white sand beach and a lot of wild animals, including the friendly raccoon, make this idyllic place a paradise for nature lovers.

Horses, The Carmargue, France

Considered the oldest breed in the world, the Camargue horse has a beautiful and curious quality, and that is that these wild horses are all born brown and around the age of four their coat acquires its characteristic light gray color.
Every year this precious little wild horse, with its 1, 30 cm in height, attracts a good number of horse lovers and photographers to capture the spectacular sunsets with these magnificent horses trotting freely along the shores of the beach.

Komodo Dragon, the biggest, wild and primitive lizard. Komodo Island, Indonesia

The fantastic Island of Komodo and its Dragons, is just over 1 hour by plane from Bali, in Komodo you will not only find Dragons, it also has a Pink Beach