Location: Along Bennett Lake, which straddles the British Columbia-Yukon border.
Size: 2 kilometres of soft, white sand.
What makes it unique: In the summer, the Yukon sees 20 hours of daylight and temperatures can reach above 30 degrees Celsius. While hanging out on Bennett Beach, visitors are graced with panoramic views of rugged, snow-capped coastal mountains.
Fun fact: The nearby Carcross Desert has been named the “World’s Smallest Desert” by Guinness World Records.