25 Most Dangerous Beaches You Might Not Want To Visit

Posted by , Updated on May 17, 2017

Who doesn’t love a vacation at the beach? The powdery white sand, crystal clear waters, coconut palm trees all around you… We at List25 love beaches too and have already published several beach posts such as 25 Of The World’s Longest Beaches You Absolutely Have To See, these 25 Beaches That Have Been Ranked As The Best In The World and these 25 Of The Coolest Beaches In The World. Truth to be told, however, not all of those beautiful beaches are safe to chill out at. Some of them are actually very dangerous for various reasons. If you want to enjoy a peaceful and adrenaline-free vacation, you should avoid these 25 Most Dangerous Beaches You Might Not Want To Visit.

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Dumas Beach, India

Dumas Beach, India Source: scoopwhoop.com

An urban beach along the Arabian Sea in the Indian state of Gujarat, the Dumas Beach has always been shrouded in mystery. Originally a cremation ground, the beach is considered one of the most haunted and deadliest beaches in India. There have been several reported disappearances here, and it doesn’t seem to be the sharks that are doing the taking.

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Second Beach, South Africa

Second Beach, South Africa Source: ibtimes.co.uk

With as many as eight people killed by sharks in just five years, Second Beach in Port St. John’s, South Africa, is one of the world’s deadliest beaches for shark attacks. Most of the attacks are blamed on bull sharks, which are found in warm, shallow waters along coasts and in rivers.

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Kilauea Beach, Hawaii

Kilauea Beach, HawaiiSource: smashinglists.com

Kilauea Beach is one of many spectacular beaches found in Hawaii; however, it is also one of the most dangerous beaches in the world as it is located right next to an active volcano. The volcano has been constantly erupting since January 3rd 1983, so there’s a little chance of catching it on an “off” day.

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Staithes Beach, UK

Staithes Beach, UKSource: express.co.uk

Located in North Yorkshire, UK, Staithes Beach is also one of the world’s most dangerous beaches. The coastal spot attracts surfers for its big waves, but it’s been declared one of the worst beaches in Europe as the water is so polluted here that it fails to meet the basic human standards for water sports.

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Fraser Island Beach, Australia

Fraser Island Beach, AustraliaSource: orangesmile.com

Despite numerous wonderfully beautiful beaches with snow-white sand and warm, crystal clear waters, the Australian island Fraser is extremely dangerous for recreation. The deserted beaches are home to deadly spiders and wild dingo dogs, which often attack people. The sea is also infested with sharks and jellyfish.


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