Category: Pacific Ocean Beaches

Tamarama Beach: Careful mate, it’s Australia

By Tee1

A couple minutes outside Sydney, Tamarama Beach is often closed to swimmers. It is the most dangerous patrolled beach in New South Wales. It’s also a good place to be to watch the beautiful people. The Australian way of life — Pleasure, freedom, independence and enjoyment is on full display.

Border Field State Park: the Beach Border

By Tee1

The Border Field State Park beach is wildly beautiful and mostly deserted on the US side. The water is polluted, and there is a barrier wall jutting out into the Pacific. This beach spot is surreal and not terribly pleasant to visit.

Hippy Surfer Beaches of Byron Bay Australia

By Tee1

Thinking of a beach vacation to Australia? Byron Bay is billed as the best surf town in the world. The beaches here are tremendous. This small community of hippies, dropouts and misfits is a perfect example of what has made Australia great. No matter where you are from, this is a long way from there.

Manuel Antonio Beach in Costa Rica: Best Tropical Jungle Beach

By Tee1

Costa Rica’s Playa Manuel Antonio on the Pacific Coast lives up to its reputation as one of the best beach spots in the world. Expertly maintained by the National Park system, there are fun activities that range from bird watching to surfing or scuba diving and sport fishing. Whatever it is that makes you tick, can be done at this tropical paradise.