Byron Bay, Australia

In Byron Bay often swim bottlenose dolphins, rays, whales and sea turtles, and its beaches are dotted with lighthouses. This former factory ship of New South Wales, which has turned into a tourist town today is still strongly influenced by its bohemian past, when there flourished a hippie lifestyle. Bongo and didgeridoo (small double drums and bamboo / wood pipe) sound in parks, sarongs and dreadlocks - a common phenomenon, and everywhere you can find vegetarian restaurants. Give in the style of casual relaxation and stroll the beach or from one bar to another, safely and happily spending their day.