Sand Origin

Pacific harbour

Random Sand Fact

Head over to Fiji, where the sand in Fiji’s first National Park offers glimpses into Earth’s past and the lives of those who once lived in the region. Wind and waves continuously reshape the Sigatoka Sand Dunes, a World Heritage Site, creating a dynamic landscape. Fine greyish sand grains make the dunes at the shoreline a tourist attraction in themselves.

As winds continue to shape the dunes, archaeological treasures such as pottery shards, stone tools, and human remains dating back up to 2600 years periodically resurface, bridging the gap between ancient civilizations and the present.

Sand is great at keeping (and spilling) secrets!

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