10 Gorgeous Beaches In Hawaii That Are Too Dangerous For Swimming

With approximately 750 miles of coastline, the Hawaiian Islands are ultimately home to some of the greatest beaches in the country – and perhaps even the world. But not all beaches are created equal – in fact, there are some beaches so dangerous, swimming should be avoided. From strong undertows and massive waves to unprotected shoreline and dangerous currents, these 10 beaches might be pretty enough to stop for a few photographs, but we certainly wouldn’t suggest swimming while you’re there.

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Be sure to avoid these 12 dangerous spots in nature found throughout the Hawaiian Islands as well.