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For the Adventurous Traveler: The Most Amazing Places to Swim with Sharks


With Shark Week taking over not just the airwaves but all of the internet, Jaws turning 40 this year, and drones hovering over Carolina beaches looking for fins, dare we say sharks are having a moment? If the traditional beach vacation is beginning to feel a bit boring, here are a few places to get up-close and personal with some big fish—and what to do once you’ve toweled off.


miami shark week


Photo: Courtesy of Surfcomber

Miami Beach


Sharks: bull, tiger, lemon, and whale sharks, and hammerheads
Jaws factor: medium-high
Less than 90 miles north of Miami, Jupiter’s Emerald Charters takes certified scuba divers out on open-water dives, where you can keep an eye out for local sharks.
Back on dry land: Order stone crab claws and an heirloom-tomato Bloody Mary at Tom Colicchio’s Beachcraft in the newly opened 1 Hotel South Beach.
Stay: The Art Deco-style Surfcomber is just steps from the ocean on South Beach.


shark week belize


Photo: Courtesy of Ka’ana Resort



Sharks: whale sharks
Jaws factor: medium
Belize’s UNESCO-protected barrier reef is one of the longest in the world and home to giant—but gentle—whale sharks, which are especially easy to spot during full moons in late spring, when the sharks come to feed on snapper spawn.
Back on dry land: Rent a horse to explore the spectacular Xunantunich Mayan ruins.
Stay: In the jungle of western Belize, Ka’ana Resort in San Ignacio has Modernist pool villas and a spa incorporating ingredients from the on-site garden—and arranges trips to the shark-friendly Gladden Spit.




Photo: Courtesy of El Nido Resorts



Sharks: blacktip reef sharks
Jaws factor: low
Even the youngest guests at the El Nido Resort on Pangulasian Island in the western Philippines can snorkel with these friendly reef sharks at the property’s private coral reef.
Back on dry land: Take advantage of the secluded island by exploring the 750-meter white sand beach or taking a nature walk in the remarkably unspoiled forest.
Stay: For spectacular views, book a cottage overlooking the azure Bacuit Bay.


South Africa


Photo: Courtesy of Grootbos Nature Reserve

South Africa


Sharks: great whites
Jaws factor: off the charts
Marine Dynamics Shark Tours offers adrenaline-pumping cage dives (no scuba gear required) where just a bit of metal separates you from great whites.
Back on dry land: Sample pinot noir and sauvignon blanc from the nearby Overberg wine region.
Stay: At the very southern tip of Africa and home to penguins and whales, Grootbos Private Nature Reserve offers luxury lodges with canopy beds, fireplaces, and sweeping views of the Milkwood forests.




Photo: Courtesy of Arajilla Resort



Sharks: Galapagos whaler sharks
Jaws factor: medium
A pristine spot on the Great Barrier Reef, Lord Howe Island (less than two hour flight from Sydney) allows just 400 visitors at a time. Outfitters like Howea Divers offer dive courses and take visitors out to see the spotted Galapagos whaler sharks.
Back on dry land: Reserve a table at Pinetrees for kingfish pulled straight from the ocean.
Stay: At the northern end of the island, the cozy suites at the Arajilla Retreat are shaded by palms and Banyan trees.


Sri Lanka


Photo: Courtesy of Uga Escapes

Sri Lanka


Sharks: blacktip reef sharks
Jaws factor: medium-low
The coral reefs of Pigeon Island National Park shelter blacktip reef sharks—a species that likes to stay close to home—so you’re likely to see adults and juveniles on any given trip.
Back on dry land: Visit the local Koneswaram Temple, perched on a bluff over the bay.
Stay: Near Pigeon Island in Trincomalee, Uga’s Jungle Island resort is just what it sounds like, featuring an expanse of pristine ocean and deluxe thatched cottages.




Photo: Courtesy of Hotel Kia Ora



Sharks: hammerheads, silvertips, and gray sharks
Jaws factor: high
In Rangiroa, an atoll in the South Pacific known as one of the best diving spots in the world (with visibility of 150 feet), a local outfitter like Topdive can take you out on scuba trips to shark-filled spots.
Back on dry land: Visit Gauguin’s Pearl to learn how Tahitian pearls are cultivated and pick out a strand or two.
Stay: Book a luxe Polynesian-style overwater bungalow at Hotel Kia Ora.



Turks and Caicos


Photo: Courtesy of Amanyara Resorts

Turks and Caicos


Sharks: whale sharks, reef sharks, and lemon sharks
Jaws factor: medium-high
The Amanyara resort has a resident marine biologist and dive master who can direct guests to the shark-filled spots to snorkel or dive—if you’re lucky you might even catch a tiger shark, bull shark, or hammerhead.
Back on dry land: Sip rum and try the local specialty conch salad at Da Conch Shack.
Stay: Amanyara’s property is so beautiful, you might be compelled to skip those close encounters with sharks.


Cape Cod


Photo: Courtesy of A little Inn on Pleasant Bay

Cape Cod


Sharks: blues, makos, threshers, great whites, and basking sharks
Jaws factor: high
Cape Cod Shark Adventures offers dives in cages and open-water dives for those daring enough to get close to the big fish.
Back on dry land: Toast to your adventures with a Surfman’s Check ESB brew from Devil’s Purse Brewing Co.
Stay: A Little Inn on Pleasant Bay is classic New England with neatly manicured lawns and wood-paneled bedrooms.




Photo: Courtesy of Anti Resort



Sharks: great whites
Jaws factor: extremely high
One of the best spots for coming eye-to-eye with a great white in the Western Hemisphere is off the coast of Baja, with several tours leaving from the Isla Guadalupe
Back on dry land: In Baja’s Valle de Guadalupe, sip wine produced just steps away and experience Baja cuisine at Origen in the eco-resort Encuentro Guadalupe.
Stay: Great White Adventures offers a five-day trip aboard the MV Solmar V leaving from San Diego, with luxurious quarters and plenty of time for cage diving.

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Woman Rants About Ocean Dangers Because It’s The ‘Shark’s House’

This is a wholesome, God-fearing, shark-fearing, bear-fearing woman.

Veronica “Pooh” Nash Poleate posted this video to her Facebook because she has a dire warning for the people of Earth: Stay out of the ocean. As she explains, the ocean is the “shark’s house” and “he has the right to eat you when you’re in his house.”  

“When chickens come in my house, guess what?” You know how this goes. 

Her advice doesn’t stop at sharks, though. Poleate also insists that you stay out of the woods. “Don’t go fooling around with the bears.”

This women is humanity’s greatest protector. Daily videos would be fine with us. There are other dangers in the world that need her attention.


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