Gansbaai, South Africa (a.k.a. “Shark Alley”)
Great white sharks are probably the most visually intimidating shark out there.
Kosi Bay, Kwa-Zulu-Natal, South Africa
Another shark infested location in South Africa, Kosi Bay is a picturesque and dramatic series of four lakes in the preserved KwaZulu Natal which connect to the Indian Ocean.
New Smyrna Beach, Florida, USA
In New Smyrna Beach, Florida sharks are known not only to accidentally bite humans, but also bump into them from the waves.
A small beach enclave located in Marin County in northern California, Bolinas is known for its reclusive residents, utopian seaside vibe and, well, great white sharks.
Sometimes called the Venice of South America, this seaside town on the Atlantic coast of Brazil has the perfect urban beach with gentle seashore breezes, endless days of sunshine and… sharks. Lots of them
Bondi Beach, New South Wales, Australia
Any place that has placed protective nets to help keep sharks away from ocean bathers has got to have a lot of sharks, and this beach on the eastern coast of Australia certainly does.