Recommendation by Red Hogar
Beat the summer heat and frolic on the never-ending white sand beach of Bondi.
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Queen Elizabeth Drive, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
2 years ago
The only reason I shall brave Bondi Beach is Dr. Chris Brown of Bondi Vet as seen on NatGeo. 😍 Australia comes second for having the most number of unprovoked shark attacks in the world with 139 shark bites since 2007.
3 years ago
What’s a visit to Sydney without going to Bondi Beach? Being a true blue tropical girl, I can’t stand cold water; thus, I’ve never tried actually swimming on this beach. (There’s also a lot of surfing, which I’m too chicken to try.) I do recommend, however, doing the Bondi Cliff Walk! It’s great exercise, and you can really explore the surrounding area even if you don’t swim. 🌊
2 days ago
Boracay is a beautiful island. The beach is spectacular. One could walk for miles on foot even without shoes! Well, because the sand is fine and not as sharp. I could not get tired of it❤️
6 days ago
Boracay is one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, I believe. If you would want to experience a beach with white sand, Boracay is the place to go. There are many hotels and inns availble, so a place to stay would not be a problem.
2 months ago
Boracay Island is a long stretch of powder white sand and crystal blue water. Whenever you’re in the island you cannot miss the iconic sunset at the beach! The island underwent a rehabilitation for 6 months in 2018; tourists aren’t allowed on the island. The national government saw that the beautiful island needed a rest from people and establishments that are violating it. After 6 months, Boracay looked brandnew! The quality of the water improved significantly, the hotels and resorts went through strict assessments to obtain their accreditation and license to operate. Now, you cannot enter the island without a hotel confirmation from an Department of Tourism accredited establishment. So when you go to Boracay, remember that the island and the local community cannot afford to go through a rehabilitation once again, the least you could is to be a responsible traveler!
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