Thursday, 24 Jan 2019

Six of the most dangerous places to swim around the world


 Boiling Lake, Dominica Boiling Lake, Dominica - Beside reading, many people loves swimming too. And swimming is a lot of fun as long as you are flapping around inside a pool.

But can you imagine, when you swimming, a terrible animal such as shark appears out of nowhere? 

In this world, there are 20 pool that’s officially termed as dangerous to swim. So if you want to swim there, it's more better for you to be careful.

Where are they ?


1. West End, Grand Bahama Island
West End is home to some of the most shark-infested beaches in the world. In this beach, people can see tiger sharks. Tiger sharks are one of the largest sharks and the second invaders fatal of hiu after great white shark,  because it is considered the most dangerous shark for humans.

So, if you not trained at water adventures, it is advised you stay away.


2.  Boiling Lake, Dominica
Boiling Lake located in Dominica’s Morne Trois Pitons National Park. This lake have hot spring of unknown depth and the water so hot, ranges from 82-92 degrees Celcius around the edges. So you can imagine how hot it is at the centre.


3.  Lake Karachay, Russia
In the 1950s, this lake was used as a dumping site for radioactive waste, and it has been deemed unfit for humans. Some parts were believed to be so lethal, they could deliver a dose of radiation within an hour.

4. Hanakapiai Beach, Hawaii, USA
Hanakapiai Beach have strong rip tides and this beach has claimed several lives. Sunbathing, therefore, is the best activity in this beach only to stick.

5. East and North Coasts, Barbados
In part of south and the west coasts of Barbados are ideal for swimming or snorkeling but it's the east and the north coasts that are dangerous. 

Both these coasts have strong tides and large waves that has claimed several lives.

6. Shark Alley, Gansbaai, South Africa

It is a sea channel located off the coast of South Africa near Gansbaai and is a famous hunting ground for sharks. It is actually home to one of the world's largest populations of Great Whites sharks. So,  this is not a safe place for you to go swimming.




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