“The very best view, comes after the hardest climb.”
I have only twice visited strange red-colored spots like this one in the photograph, one is at a coastal town Port Edward on the South-Coast of Natal in South-Africa and the other is called “Chamarrel” on the island Mauritius. Playa Roja, Peru The red sands of this beach in Peru’s Paracas National Reserve get their color when waves crash against the nearby cliffs of Punta Santa Maria and pick up fragments of the red rock that makes up the cliff. I have a hunch that the red color is derived from high levels of iron-ore.
Have you ever visited such red colored places?