Digital Desk, New Delhi. People often go to the beach to relax and relax, who does not like a good book and a colorful drink of the sea, but think a hundred times before going to these seven beaches, today we will tell you seven such beaches of the world. Taking a holiday can be dangerous for you. From Hawaii to Australia, India to Namibia, there are some terrifying places around the world that are home to massive shark attacks, eel-infested waters, deadly currents, and toxic waste.
1. New Smyrna Beach- Florida
A popular surfing spot is near New Smyrna Beach in Volusia County, south of an inlet believed to be a shark hunting ground. Because sharks react to splashes like surfers paddling to catch a wave, sharks blindly bite them.
2.Playa Geopolite Beach-Mexico
Playa Geopolite Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. It is located in Mexico. Playa Geopolite Beach is as beautiful as it is dangerous. You must be thinking that the creatures here will be dangerous which can kill you, but it is not so. It is said that the beach water is very dangerous. Sometimes such scary waves arise here in which people drown and die.
3.Boa Viagem Beach – Brazil
Brazil has more than 4,500 miles of coastline and is one of the most attractive beaches in the world. But if you’re visiting Recife, don’t miss Boa Viagem Beach. Boa Viagem beach is known for the highest number of shark attacks in the world. It has a mortality rate of about 37 percent in the last 20 years.
4. Cape Tribulation – Australia
Meanwhile, if you’re going for a swim, tourist destination Cape-Trib.com recommends wearing a stinger suit, as the waters are full of stinging jellyfish. If you don’t want to wear your stinger suit, let us tell you that saltwater crocodiles are abundant here, and they can make you their food. Also the Cape is home to a bird called Cassowaries, birds the size of an emu or an ostrich with enough power to rip you from head to toe.
5.Skeleton Coast – Namibia
This scary beach has been named as Skeleton Coast. The deadly Benguela Current here regularly causes shipwrecks, with 11 species of sharks in the surrounding waters. Poachers including lion and hyena have been seen patrolling the beach. It should come as no surprise that Portuguese sailors had another name for the coast as “The Gates of Hell”.
6. Hanakapi Beach – Hawaii
Hanacapia Beach boasts golden sand, black cliffs and endless azure seas, but beware of this beautiful hideaway. The alluring waters of this beach are home to incredibly strong rip tides, which have dragged many uninformed swimmers to their deaths. The Hunkapia Coast is on the other side of the stream – a river that is better and more conducive to swimming than the ocean.
7. Chowpatty Beach – India
Mumbai is quite popular for beaches, but this beach is not one of them. The Chowpatty, behind it for a strange reason, is dangerously polluted, with its waters and sands a reservoir of sewage, garbage and sunken coal. It is one of the most toxic beaches not only in India but in the whole world.