5 Amazing Beaches Where You Risk Being Eaten or Killed


Many beaches around the world appear spectacular, but some can be deadly traps. We’ve compiled a list of the top five most dangerous beaches in the world, where simple relaxation can endanger your life.

#1 North Sentinel Island

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Politically, the island is under Indian jurisdiction, but it is actually independent because the island’s natives have never submitted to the authorities and are considered savages. The island’s beaches are considered as some of the most dangerous in the world. In fact, those who approach the beautiful island’s beaches risk being eaten by the natives, who are cannibals.

#2 Heard Island in Antarctica

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This beach is regarded as extremely dangerous. If surfers can tolerate the cold, the location can provide a one-of-a-kind experience. It is considered dangerous because of the extremely cold water and the great distance from civilization (4,100 km). You risk death in the event of a medical emergency.

#3 Kilauea Beach in Hawaii

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It is a beautiful beach, but it has a serious disadvantage. Since January 3, 1983, the nearby volcano has been erupting continually, and there is little chance of catching a day when the volcano is “asleep.” However, you can observe the volcano’s activity from a safe distance because gas and lava can kill you.

#4 Smyrna Beach in Florida, USA

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Because of the high risk of being attacked by these beasts, this beach can be considered the great white shark capital. On September 18, 2016, sharks attacked three different surfers within a few hours on the same beach, causing widespread media coverage. Despite its beauty and suitability for surfing, the beach is regarded as one of the most dangerous in the world.

#5 Skeleton Coast, Namibia

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Because the sands are so lifeless, any living thing becomes a potential food source for multiple predators at once. Lions, jackals, and hyenas frequent these beaches, and sharks are a plenty in the surrounding waters.

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