BeachTraveller Archive

Four amazing beaches of seashells

Shells are one of the things that will always remind you of holidays, summer and sea. As it is known, seashells are dead empty shells of marine molluscs, which can be often found on beaches. Most of the beaches in the world are primarily composed of pieces of rock, sand, pieces of sea grass, gravel, small stones. In rare cases the beach can be completely made up of seashells. Continue reading “Four amazing beaches of seashells” »

Whale Watching on Maui

It’s not too late for a front row seat to one of the biggest shows in town! Whale watching season in Hawaii runs through May, so there’s still time to catch the breaching of these behemoth visitors to Hawaii.  Each year, as many as 10,000 humpback whales are said to make their annual 3,000-mile-long journey from the North Pacific to warm Hawaiian seas to give birth and mate.  Continue reading “Whale Watching on Maui” »

The Romantic Beaches of Block Island

Block Island, Rhode Island, was recently praised by The Nature Conservancy as “one of the 12 last great places in the Western Hemisphere.” If you love beaches, and you can travel to the northeast United States in the summertime, then check out Block Island, and find out why it earned such high praise from The Nature Conservancy. Because when it comes down to it, Block Island is all about the beaches, the ocean, and the sky. Continue reading “The Romantic Beaches of Block Island” »

The Watersport Conundrum on Tenerife

The Canary Island of Tenerife, which sits in the Atlantic Ocean and close to the shore of Morocco, is one characterised by its excellent year-round climate, beautiful beaches and lively holiday resorts.

It is also an excellent place to discover a multitude of watersports – and we don’t just mean banana boat rides! However, with so much choice, which one do you choose? Continue reading “The Watersport Conundrum on Tenerife” »