Here are the World’s Most Shark Infested Beaches. 1. Gansbaai, South Africa: aka “Shark Alley” “Shark Alley” beach is so infested with sharks they have actually created shark tours for tourists. Curious to what a shark tour consists of? Well, you could go out on a boat and take a nice and safe tour.
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SHARK ATTACKS. * February 2011, Abalone diver Peter Clarkson is killed by a Great White off Coffin Bay. * November 2009: Dean Brougham is mauled on the arm and legs after a savage attack at Wirrina Cove. * September 2005: Kingscote man Joshua Berris is attacked near Kangaroo Island.
Two years before that, in October 2010, 19-year-old UC Santa Barbara student Luke Ransom was also killed surfing near the exact same spot. And two years before that, in October 2008, Lompoc surfer Kyle Knapp survived an encounter with a great white shark—also at Surf Beach.
Indeed, at New Smyrna Beach, located in Volusia, there are more incidents per square mile than on any other beach in the world [source: Luscombe]. If you've been swimming at New Smyrna, you've probably been within 10 feet (3 meters) of a shark [source: Regenold].