Last Updated on January 30, 2020
3. Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro
This is without any doubt one of the most popular beaches in the world, and a one of a kind postcard that represents the most beloved city of Brazil. But in recent years there have been a fair flow of storms that have not only damaged the beach, but also spilled sand into the surrounding areas.
4. Surfers Paradise in Queensland, Australia
If you are booking your flight ticket to this beach in Australia, you better make sure you activate travel insurance as well, because this beach is kind of wild! But since sea levels are rising, you better hurry up if you still want to catch that wave, since the cost of beach nourishment will most likely climb abruptly.
5. Santa Monica Beach, Los Angeles
This is probably one of those destinations to where you will be able to find cheap flight tickets, but you better hurry up. Humans have been making alterations to this beach over the last years, and it is predicted that the sea levels will rise more than three feet over the next 8 decades. The future of this famous beach remains uncertain, so you better visit it while you can.
6. South Beach, Miami
Famous for its fast-paced life and its art-deco buildings that make up for the iconic downtown view of Miami everyone is familiar with, this is a city of glamour and a place to see and be seen. Unfortunately, the fact that so many real-estate enterprises were built right above sea level, which means that with the rise of the ocean levels not only will its beaches disappear, but also a significant part of the city.
7. Waikiki Beach in Honolulu
Hawaii has some of the most beautiful places in the world to visit, and its shoreline is absolutely delightful. But according to scientists, that same shoreline could be gone in 15 to 20 years due to climate change. Some of the most unbelievable wonders of the world are here, and it’s a shame future generations won’t even know about them.