13 Red Beach on Rábida Island in Galápagos, EC

World travelers are accustomed to enjoying different colors of sand along tropical beaches. Rarely red. The color comes from volcanic ash and eroded lava rock rich in iron that has rusted during oxidation. The grains are coarse and tightly packed. This makes your stroll along this crimson rarity easy and memorable.


Rábida Island, Ecuador


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