Most Dangerous Beach in Hawaii

Most Dangerous Beach in Hawaii

There are many beaches in the US and there are even more beaches in Hawaii. You will find some of the most beautiful beaches here in Hawaii, but there are also some very dangerous ones. A beach near Waikiki is titled “Most Dangerous Beach USA Hawaii”. But is this really true?

Not too far away from Waikiki, you will find the most dangerous beach in America

About 30 minutes away from Waikiki, there is one of the most dangerous beach in the US. There, the waves can even be fatal on a very nice and sunny day. Waves can very easily pick you up and throw you back down, injuring you on the hard packed sand and rocks if you are not familiar with the breaks. The waves can break on the beach with an incredible power and whirl up the sand. In extreme cases, you can break your bones and in the worst case your neck.

Welcome to Sandy Beach

Strong currents, extreme waves and no mercy! This is how you describe a day at the AE61F006-194D-4253-ABFF-D4CB2C1DE045most dangerous beach in Hawaii. Waves rushing back to the ocean, can be so strong that even a pro can be thrown away by them. If this happens there is only one thing you can do – don’t cramp.
But does Sandy Beach really deserve the reputation being the most dangerous beach on Hawaii?

How to get away from the most dangerous beach without bone fractures

The safest and simplest strategy is: Don’t go into the water!
We explain everybody during our tours why Sandy Beach is so dangerous.
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Those who refuse to follow rules, shall feel the consequences!

If you decide to go into the water on the most dangerous beach in the US, then be prepared for pain and sand in every part of your body – yes, everyone! Sandy Beach is very dangerous beach.

Bodyboarding at Sandy Beach

Bodyboarding is a water sport in which the surfer rides a bodyboard on the crest, face, and curl of a wave which is carrying the surfer towards the shore. The bodyboard differs from a surfboard in the fact that it is much shorter. Sandy Beach is very popular spot for body boarders.
It’s a short ride on the wave but it’s also a lot of fun. In the video you can see some recordings of bodyboarding at Sandy Beach and also how extreme the waves are on the beach. Have fun watching the video!
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