Don't worry, though. The government insists that parts of Fukishima are safe to live in again, even though it's still being used as a storage site for contaminated soil. So if you're looking for a vacation home with a mortgage you might not live long enough to have to worry about paying off, hit them up.
Dive Up Close With Crocodiles
If there's one thing Steve Irwin taught us, it's that crocodiles love it when you invade their personal space. They're social creatures that enjoy hugs and wrasslin'. What you probably don't know, though, is that they sometimes eat people. As a matter of fact, it's estimated that Nile Crocs kill some 200 people each year. So let's have a beach party with 'em!
That's the irresistible service offered by BigAnimals Expeditions, run by world-renowned wildlife photographer, adventurer, and awesome-name-haver Amos Nachoum. In addition to adventures like swimming with leopard seals in the Antarctic and funnin' with anacondas in Brazil, for a mere $15,000 or so, you can scuba dive with Nile Crocodiles in Botswana, all without a safety cage or even a big stick.
Believe it or not, as of 2018, BigAnimals boasts that they've safely led over 3,000 tourists on various expeditions without incident. Nachoum claims that if approached correctly, most predatory creatures pose no threat to humans. We'd normally make a joke about TED Talks here, but he did in fact give a TED talk about it. It's also heartwarming that Mr. Nachoum doesn't hold anything against the crocs, even after one of them stole what we assume was his favorite GoPro: