Amazing Nature Views

Maya Bay

Maya Bay

Maya Bay is a stunningly beautiful bay that's sheltered by 100-metre high cliffs on three sides. Inside the bay there are several beaches, most are small and some only exist at low tide. The main one is around 200 metres long with silky soft white sand, underwater colourful coral and exotic fish in exceptionally clear water; the whole bay is one big reef.The best time to visit Maya Bay is between November and April during the high season when seas are calm and access to the bay is easy. Rough seas from May to October may hinder access but rarely deny entry.

Donegal bay

Donegal Bay is an inlet (or bay) in the northwest of Ireland. It is Ireland's largest bay, and also contains Ulster's sea cliffs at Slieve League, which tower 1972 ft (601 m) above sea level.Donegal Bay's beaches have some of Europe's finest surfing, caused by a combination by a direct west-facing location and the funnel-shape of Donegal Bay (the westerlies of the Atlantic Ocean get funnelled into a relatively small area, which increases the size of the swell). Rossnowlagh and Bundoran are recognised by the European surfing community as among Ireland's finest surf beaches with good facilities and excellent water quality.

The South Male Atoll

The South Male Atoll is the smaller neighbour to the busier, more developed North Male Atoll, and it’s where you’ll find some of the Maldives’ quieter and simpler resorts. You can get to most of them in around 45 minutes by speedboat from the airport at Male. Once you leave the capital, you’re immediately in Crusoe land. Strewn like droplets in the heart of the Indian Ocean, the islands here are little more than mounds of vegetation ringed by sand and topped by an attractive hotel or two.

The Blue Grotto -Malta

The Blue Grotto is located on the southern coast of Malta, west of Wied iz-Zurrieq facing the little deserted islet of Filfla. The site got its name from a British soldier who thought that since the area looks like the Grotta Azzurra in Capri, it deserves the same name, and in fact Blue Grotto is the equivalent for Grotta Azzurra in English. The site isextremely popular, attracting some 100,000 tourists per year, also for diving purposes. The location of this fascinating natural grotto combines with sunlight and the surrounding chain of caves to reflect the phosphorescent colours of the submerged flora and the deep dark shade of blue of the sea.

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