North Yungas Road has been dubbed the “Death Road” for all the good reasons you can guess. Climbing up or down this 43-mile (69 km) setback is extremely dangerous due to fog, landslides,
There is an island about 25 miles off the coast of Brazil, where no locals dare step on it. Rumor has it that the last fisherman who strayed too close to its shores was found on his boat a few days later, lifeless in a pool of blood.
Don’t let the mangrove swamps along Lake Natron fool us. This lake is known to be one of the most inhospitable regions on the planet. Lake Natron in northern Tanzania looks like a lake of fire.
Located in the Oymyakonsky district, Oymyakon is a small village of Russia. This place is considered one of the most dangerous due to the harsh climatic conditions.
Death Valley is a desert valley on the California-Nevada border with extreme temperatures it is hottest places in the world.
It stretches from southern Angola to northern Namibia. It moves along from the Kunene River in the south to the Swakop River. The Skeleton Coast ranks among the “deadliest places on earth” due to its harsh climate and virtually no chance of survival.
Danakil Desert is one of the most uninhabited environments in the world in East Africa. With temperatures regularly exceeding 50°C (122°F), volcanoes and geysers spewing toxic gases,
In Turkmenistan the Darvaza gas crater is known as the “Gateway to Hell“. This is a natural gas field in an underground cave; Geologists have lit a fire to prevent the spread of methane, and it has been burning since 1971.
Andaman Islands is where the North Sentinel Island located in the and is considered most dangerous places in the world for tourists to visit.
Madidi National Park is located along the Amazon River in Bolivia and covers an area of about 19,000 square kilometers. The national park is a dense forest, full of flora and fauna, and some of these plants are very dangerous and inedible.