Check out the Most DANGEROUS Beaches In The World Today! From shark infested waters to some of the other craziest beaches, this top 10 list of worlds most dangerous beaches has some of the craziest places on earth!
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8. HANAKAPIAI BEACH, HAWAII
On the Hawaiian island of Kauai, there’s a two-mile-long hiking trail that will lead you past a variety of scenic natural features, including waterfalls, caves, rivers, and beautiful wildlife. Known as one of the most gorgeous trails in all of Hawaii, Kalalau Trail climbs steadily uphill for the first half-mile, reaching an elevation of 400 feet at the top, from which point hikers are offered a stunning view of the Napali Coast.
7. GANSBAAI, SOUTH AFRICA
Nicknamed the “Great White Shark Capital of the World,” little further explanation is needed for why South Africa’s Gansbaai Beach is dangerous. A few miles off the coast, between Dyer Island and Geyser Rock, there’s a small channel of water called Shark Alley. It’s home to a colony of around 60,000 fur seals, which is very, very attractive to swarms of great white sharks.
6. NORTHERN TERRITORY AND QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA
Some of the deadliest beaches in the world are located in Australia, mainly because of their extremely dangerous marine life that lives off the coast. Located in Northern Queensland, places like Cape Tribulation and Fraser Island are home to scary species such as box jellyfish, crocodiles, and venomous snakes.
5. NEW SMYRNA BEACH, FLORIDA
Volusia County, Florida is home to a record number of unprovoked shark attacks that have occurred since 1882 - 290, to be exact. That’s more than the whole of South Africa, including the infamous Gansbaai Beach and its nearby Shark Alley.
4. CHOWPATTY BEACH, MUMBAI, INDIA
Chowpatty Beach is one of the most polluted in the entire world, meaning it would be practical lunacy to go swimming here. Waste and disposal from the surrounding city of Mumbai are regularly dumped into the water, and debris and scraps from salvaged ships are scattered along the beach.
3. COPACABANA BEACH, BRAZIL
So far I’ve told you about beaches that are dangerous because of undertows, wildlife, and pollution. This next beach contains none of the above. Copacabana Beach, located in Rio de Janeiro, has only had six shark attacks since 1931. It’s also well-kept and safe to swim in, assuming you follow common sense guidelines.
2. VIRGINIA BEACH, USA
Due to its proximity to Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, Maryland, Virginia Beach is a place people go mainly out of convenience - indeed, it’s not exactly known for being popular or beautiful. It also doesn’t rank very high when it comes to safety and is one of the most dangerous beaches in the United States.
1. KILAUEA, HAWAII
Earlier, I told you about Hanakapiai Beach, which is beautiful, but known for its deadly riptides - and it’s not the only one of Hawaii’s coastlines where visitors should heed caution. There’s a beautiful, black-sand beach on the “big island” at Kilauea, and it’s right next to one of the world’s most active volcanoes. Since 1983, the volcano, known as Mount Kilauea, has been continuously spewing lava into the ocean.
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