This bioluminescent beach is a glow-in-the-dark wonder
Not many people think of Pakistan when it comes to one of the most romantic or ‘Instagrammable’ locations in the world. What with all the news about law and order situation and the issues with political instability and whatnot. Of course foreign tourists would be pretty scared. However, Pakistan is a land of beauty and hidden treasures.
This bioluminescent beach along the Makran Coast in Bhit Khori is one of the most beautiful places we have ever seen.
Pakistani blogger Girl With Green Passport recently wrote about her experience at this beach and it’s absolutely mind-blowingly beautiful.
For those of us who didn’t know, bioluminescent aka the glowing amazingness of the beach appears because of the natural phenomenon of the algae, plankton. Yup, that’s right, bacteria is responsible for this beauty. Isn’t nature just absolutely spectacular in its marvels?
In many places, this type of bioluminescent beach is known as the ‘firefly of the sea.’ And in ALL places, the effect is absolutely stunning
Like this beauty from Tasmania, Australia.
Could you imagine walking along at night and stumble on this stretch of bioluminescent beach beauty?
The end of this bioluminescent beach Sapat on the Makran coast also has its own fair share of glowing beauty.
It’s definitely bucket-list worthy, especially for people who are in Pakistan. Goes to show that beauty can be found in the most unexpected of places, we’ve just got to take a look!
Have you ever seen this phenomenon? Would you want to? Know any other stunning secret locations? Let us know in the comments below.
Cover photo source: Saud Siddiqui / strangesounds.org