35 Most Dangerous Places to go skinny dipping

Yenisei River

Fraser Island,  Australia

Located off the southern coast of Queensland, this area may have beautiful looks.  Yet, don't go into the waters.  You just might get stung by jellyfish, along with the possibility of shark attacks.  The rip tide's currents are also pretty strong.  If you've managed to make it safe out of the waters, be aware that there are spiders, dingoes and crocodiles waiting inland.


The Strid

Horseshoe Lake

Reunion Island

Reunion Island is located in the Indian Ocean, approximately a hundred forty miles away from Mauritius.  It truly is an exotic place, and there are many people who enjoy surfing here.  However, Reunion has had 20 shark attacks leading to seven deaths since 2011.  Still looking to surf here? Think twice.

Cape Town

Cable Beach

Bubbly Creek

Samaesan Hole

Myrtle Beach

Chowpatty Beach, India

If you want to dive into some lovely waters, this is definitely not the place.  This Mumbai  beach has long been reputed for its pollution.  You won't be living a healthy life anymore once you go swimming in here.  It is practically among the world's most polluted beaches in many rankings, and that's not exactly an achievement, even in the slightest sense.

New Smyrna Beach

St. Lucie, Florida

Florida may be a place of sunshine, but the waters are anything but cheery.  In fact, the area itself has been reported to have experienced at least 30 shark attacks.  That's more than anyone could ever handle.  Therefore, if you want to relive that infamous scene from "Jaws" in real life, go right ahead.  We won't stop you.  

Alter do Chao

Hanakapiai Beach

The Red Triangle, California


Maybe you’re one of those folks who love to go on a swim.  You might even feel a bit more adventurous at times and just go skinny dipping.  However, do be careful of which body of water you’re thinking about swimming in.  For all you know, it may cost you your health and, possibly, your life.

Bikini Atoll

Ocean Beach Park

Praia de Boa Viegem, Brazil

Venice Public Beach

Charleston County, Florida

Zipolite Beach

Kipu Falls

Laguna Caliente

Gansbai, South Africa

Gansbai is simply recognized as the territory of the great white sharks.  While there are 60,000 fur seals which are just all too cute to look at and interact with, they are essentially pray for the carnivorous creatures of the sea.  If you like your fair share of danger, make sure that you go deep underwater inside a shark proof cage.

Shenzhen, China


Horry County

We've already included Myrtle Beach in this list, though we also have to give credit to the entire Horry County of South Carolina.  It's not just in that specific area where you'll find danger lurking about in the waters, but practically everywhere.  The entire county is rife with reports of shark attacks.  Definitely not a place we plan to visit anytime soon.

Repulse Bay

Surfside Beach, South Carolina