Most dangerous water sport in the world

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A lot of people like to have fun at the beach and enjoy the water. Every year, a countless number of kids and adults visit some of the most famous beaches to have the time of their lives. Water sport is not only a fun and exciting activity but also an exercise that can help you to develop strength and to become fit. That said, it is important that you have it at the back of your mind that some water sports are not going to be suitable for you.  The reason why is because some of them are very dangerous and risky. A good number of people have been seriously injured or even lost their lives when the participated in these sport.

In this article, we are going to be looking at some of the most dangerous water sports in the world.

Cliff jumping

Cliff jumping should never be among the activities you plan to engage in during your vacation. Of course, in the movies, it may look fun and harmless. But in reality, the reverse is the case. Cliff jumping is something you should never do, even when you are pressured by your friends.  Over the years, there have been a lot of sad and unfortunate news about youngsters who died as a result of the injuries they sustained after diving into rocks. If you don’t want to suffer a similar fate, you should avoid cliff jumping.

Water Rafting

You likely have been dazzled seeing a raft of highly trained people navigating through narrow water paths. Right from the 1970’s, this sport was considered as dangerous and unsafe. Over the years, there have been cases were trained raft expert, sustain very serious injuries and even died. Not too long ago four tourists died after their raft had a serious accident. The number one danger that is associated with rafting is drowning. If you don’t know how to swim, you definitely should not take part in the sport.



Massive waves have the strength to break coral reefs to pieces. For a second, imagine part of this wave hitting you as an inexperienced swimmer and surfer.  Drowning is a danger that you should not rule out because it can happen to you especially if you are not a pro swimmer.

Another reason why you should banish the thoughts of surfing from your head is that you may have an encounter with a shark. If this happens, it is game of over. The chances of you surviving without losing a leg or an arm will be very slim.