Check out the world's most colorful beaches

Papakōlea Beach, USA: Located near South Point, in the Kaʻū district of the Island of Hawaii.

Papakōlea Beach, USA: The sand gets its color thanks to olivine, a mineral containing iron and magnesium.

Papakōlea Beach, USA: The mineral is present in the local volcanic landscape.

Vík í Mýrdal, Iceland: Located near the country's southernmost village.

Vík í Mýrdal, Iceland: The sand gets its color thanks to the surrounding offshore stacks of basalt rock.

Vík í Mýrdal, Iceland: The nearby cliffs are home to a number of seabirds, most notably puffins that burrow.

Komodo Island, Indonesia: Famous for being the rugged habitat of the Komodo dragon, the island.

Komodo Island, Indonesia: Microscopic animals with red shells called Foraminifera.

Komodo Island, Indonesia: The pink of the sand is even more striking contrasted with the surrounding turquoise.

Glass Beach, USA: This Hawaiian beach doesn't take its name lightly.

Glass Beach, USA: Located in Eleele, an industrial area in Kauai.

Glass Beach, USA: Moving ocean water and time has broken up and smoothed glass from bottles.

Click Here