Top 10 Places You Should NEVER SWIM

Top 10 Places You Should NEVER SWIM



Top 10 Places You Should NEVER SWIM If you're new, Subscribe! → http://goo.gl/djmfuX Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Top5BestShow Top 5 Best is the #1 place for all your heart warming stories about amazing people that will inspire you everyday. Make sure to subscribe and never miss a single video! Leave a like for more shark tank, pawn stars, dr. phil, and other tv show business content. On Top 5 Best, we like to help you in mindset productivity, whether it's how to make more money videos, or going over the biggest mansions in the world, we show everything here! Make sure to subscribe for more amazing videos everyday! family friendly pg clean #viralstory #amazingpeople #top5best Water is fun, water is refreshing, but water can also be...dangerous! If you’ve seen my other videos you’ll know by now that I love waterparks and I am always down for a swim in random pools around the world. Whether they’re natural or manmade, it is always fun to go for a dip in the water, especially if you live in a hot place. But sometimes, bodies of water can be misleading, and what seems like a fun and adventurous journey to a swimming hole can turn into a tragedy if we go to the wrong spot. Today we’ll be looking at “10 Places you Should Never Swim.” It doesn’t matter how exhausted or overheated you are, you will want to stay away from these waters at all cost. Of course, some of you might be adventurous and you might have some experience swimming at dangerous spots, but you will find that some of these places are absolutely a “No Go” regardless of how brave you are. When you make it to the top of the list you’ll see a place that you will definitely have to stay away from, unless you want to go for the last dip of your life. The Ganges River, India The industrial age definitely brought a great advantage to humanity. good things we also get some bad ones. And in the case of India, you can see that in the Ganges River. What once was a beautiful and powerful stream of water coming down from the Himalayan mountains, is now a polluted river, full of all sorts of garbage and other disposals that came as a result of the industrialization of the area. Surely, the river has played an important role in growing the economy of the country, but it has also become one of the most dangerous places to swim at. So, if you’re used to swimming in rivers, make sure you don’t dive into this one. Just enjoy it from far and explore other cool things that India has to offer. Queensland, Australia I wish I didn't have to put Queensland, Australia on this list. After all, this is the place where you can find some of the most impressive gifts from nature such as the Great Barrier Reef, Whitsundays and some of the most beautiful beaches you could ever see in your life. And while it's Australia's second largest territory, it is also one of the places with the most deadly creatures in the world. Saltwater crocodiles, stonefish, sharks, blue-ring octopi and box jellyfish...if you've watched my videos about dangerous animals, you'll know that these are some of the creatures you would want to avoid at all costs. And unfortunately, Queensland is the place where you can find all of these. You will even see some signs along the coast that warn you about possible encounters you might have with these animals. Samaesan Hole, Thailand (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pw0_S0fSu1Y) If you love exotic experiences, out of your comfort zone, with some of the kindest people in the world, you'll definitely want to check out Thailand! Great food, breathtaking landscapes, and a lot of cultural heritage - this country has a lot to offer for all kinds of travelers. Now, if you're not used to hot weather, you will find its heat a bit overwhelming, but there is nothing that a trip to the beach can't fix. Especially when they have some of the best ones in the world. But whatever you decide to do in this amazing country, just make sure you stay away from Samaesan Hole. This spot is one of the deepest areas to dive in all of the country. So deep, that you won't be able to see anything once you get closer to the bottom. As a result, you are likely to get lost in an underwater dark world, especially if you are not an experienced swimmer. This confusion would make it harder for you to find your way up and ultimately lead you to the end of your life. Gansbaai, South Africa Also known as Gans Bay or Gangs Bay, this fishing town is along the coast of South Africa. It is popular among tourists who want to spot some whales, but it is also known for its high density of white sharks in the waters nearby. While some tourists enjoy playing near sharks (going as far as getting inside cages and going underwater to see these deadly beasts), some people have decided to stay away and focus on other activities. And that is because Gansbaai has been the scenario of many shark-attack induced deaths. The place even got its own nickname: People call it "the shark alley."

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