The southern shores of the breathtaking Jervis Bay Marine Park in New South Wales, Australia are stretches of the most beautiful white-sand beaches in the world. Dare to argue? The Hyams beach in the Shoalhaven region is where you can actually find the whitest sands in Earth. In fact, it has already been listed to have the whitest sand in the world according to the Guiness Book of World Records.

The seaside village of Hyams beach is a home to 290 locals and is located in between the Chinaman's beach and the Seaman's beach. The coasts of Hyams beach is known to have the softest, finest, and brilliantly white sands that you cannot find elsewhere in the world. The crystal blue waters of Hyams beach are contrasting with the soft white sand which gives you a total relaxation and appreciation to the wonderful beauty of the seaside.

Surrounded by the Jervis Bay National Park and the Booderee National Park and Botanic Gardens, the Hyams beach is the perfect spot for nature-lovers because of the abundance of animals, native plants, birdlife, and other gifts of nature that borders the Hyams beach.

According to the Huffington Post, the Hyams beach is perfect for water activities such as diving, sailing, surfing, snorkelling, fishing and paddleboarding. Guests can also indulge in the wonderful Hyams Beach Trail that is also known as the bird spotter's walk.

Taking a step along the white sands of Hyams beach creates an unusual squeaks compared to any other sand beaches in the world. An article from Docastaway revealed that these sands are actually made of translucent grains of white quartz that are round to perfection.

Spending a vacation on the Hyams beach is easy because there are actually lots of places to stay at depending on your budget. You can settle on the old-fashioned beach cottages that are preserved and maintained by the locals. Or if you to complete your luxury experience in this one of a kind seaside village, you can also go on to the magnificent holiday houses located along the beachfront.