10 Most Dangerous Beaches That Actually Exist

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When you’re looking to book a thrill-seeking vacation, the beach probably isn’t the first destination that comes to mind. Beaches are meant to be enjoyed. They’re picturesque, warm, and fun – but occasionally, they are also extremely dangerous. A number of beaches across the world are home to active lava flows, frigid temperature, or an abundance of aggressive wildlife. All the same, they remain beautiful enough to tempt some travelers onto their sands and into danger.

Come with us as we explore some of the most dangerous beaches in the world – and re-located our vacation to the spa in our hometown.

10. Hanakapia Beach, Hawaii
To the average tourist, Hawaii is far more a dream trip than it is an island full of danger. Going on an island vacation, though, could mean trouble if you venture down to Hanakapia Beach. Found near Hanalei, Hawaii, this beach has developed a notorious reputation, given the many drownings that have occurred in its depths.

9. Cape Tribulation, Queensland, Australia
Cape Tribulation is an excellent place to spend a day if you’re visiting Queensland, Australia. It’s full of lush plants, warm breezes, unbeatable views, and jellyfish. Lots and lots of jellyfish. These stinging jellyfish are more dangerous than they appear at first glance.

8. Fraser Island Beach, Australia
Speaking of Australian wildlife: be sure to keep your eyes peeled if you ever visit Fraser Island Beach. The dunes here should make the land shifty to navigate, but Fraser Island is unique with its swath of rainforest plant life.

7. Bikini Atoll Beach, Marshall Islands
The impact of nuclear testing was seriously undersold to the residents of Bikini Atoll in the 1940s. As a result, the beach and surrounding areas, while beautiful in their own way, remain uninhabitable to this day. Even the most adventurous of tourists will want to stay far away from this area.

6. Schitovaya Bukhta Beach, Russia
Are you a big fan of surfing? Then you’ll have heard of Schitovaya Bukhta Beach. The name of this bold beach translates to “Shield Bay” in English, but there’s nothing protective about it – at least, not for potential surfers. Not only is this beach’s isolation a dangerous factor for surfers to consider, but the swells in the area have driven local officials to require that would-be surfers to have permits just to be in the area. Well, maybe that’s underselling it – there’s also the threat of lingering radiation from the Cold War to consider.

5. Amazon Basin, Brazil
To say that the Amazon Basin in Brazil is dangerous may seem like stating the obvious. However, if exotic beaches are your game, then you’re more than likely to make your way down to the world’s largest rainforest sooner or later. When you do, you’ll have to worry about more than a little sunburn.

4. Uttakleiv Beach, Norway
If you’re looking for a change of pace from humidity and heat, then you’ll find yourself drawn to Uttakleiv Beach on the Lofoten Islands in Norway. The closer you get towards the Arctic Circle, the more likely it is that you’ll see an out-of-this-world show of lights.

3. Reunion Island, France
When you’re traveling through France, your biggest concerns are usually sly pickpockets loitering outside of airports or near tourist attractions. Make your way down to Reunion Island, though, and you’ll have to keep a closer eye on the water.

2. Costa del Sol, Spain
A tour through the beaches on Costa del Sol sounds like a summer of fun. What could be better than warm weather, cool water, and an unfamiliar landscape to explore? In fact, the dangers of the beaches at Costa del Sol are quite familiar, even if the local is exotic.

1. Black Sand Beaches, Kilauea, Hawaii – lava
We round off our list in the same place we began: Hawaii. Though recent days have seen a surprisingly significant chunk of the big island lost to lava, Hawaii has always kept its magma close to the surface. The Black Sand Beaches of Kilauea are prime examples of the danger that lurks beneath Hawaii’s surface.


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