Top Most Dangerous Tourist Destinations In The World

Most Dangerous Tourist Destinations In The World that everyone afraid to visit

Do you Dare to travel to the Most dangerous destinations on this Planet?

Everyone vacations in their own way: some want adventure, others want relaxation, but everyone wants to be safe. Some of the most well-known tourist attractions do not always guarantee the last one.

The following is a list of some of the world’s most dangerous tourist destinations, as determined by the number of people injured or killed.

Death Valley, USA

Most dangerous places. Death Valley, USA

If the Earth is our den, Death Valley is the scorching hot oven in which we live. The highest temperature ever recorded on our planet was 134 degrees Fahrenheit (56.7 degrees Celsius) in this beautiful desert.

Death Valley’s scorching sun and scorching heat will easily exhaust you, no matter how tough you are. You can only sit here for 14 hours without water.

It’s obvious why is one of the topmost dangerous places in the world right?

The Danakil Desert, Eritrea

The Danakil Desert, Eritrea

Temperatures that regularly exceed 120 degrees F (50 degrees C), multiple active volcanoes, and poisonous gas-spouting geysers — it’s difficult to imagine a harsher environment than Africa’s Danakil Desert.

While most people would consider this horrible place to be a literal “Hell on Earth,” it continues to draw a large number of courageous explorers from all over the world. It’s important to remember that entering the Danakil Desert without an experienced guide is strictly prohibited.

If this is not one of the most dangerous tourist destinations in the world what it’s then?…

Imagine sweating all the time and not finding water, hell on earth!

Mount Washington, USA

EBS - Mount Washington, USA

Mount Washington’s summit holds the world record for the strongest winds on the planet’s surface. The top average speed is 203 miles per hour (327 kilometers per hour).

Strong winds aren’t the only danger in this area; freezing temperatures as low as -40 degrees Fahrenheit and constant heavy snowfalls make Mount Washington a dangerous place to visit.

Mount Washington is one of the world’s deadliest peaks, despite its modest height of 6,288 feet (1,917 metres). The loads that the human body is exposed to at the summit can be comparable to those encountered at the summit of Mount Everest.

Sinabung Volcano, Indosenia

Sinabung Volcano, Indosenia

On the Indonesian island of Sumatra, there is an active volcano. Eruptions are common in this region, leaving tens of thousands of people without a place to live or a source of income.

Several times in the past, the surrounding towns and villages have been entirely engulfed in lava and ash: in 2010, 2013, 2014, and 2015.

The most recent explosion happened on February 27, 2016. A lethal cloud of volcanic gas, stones, and ash was expelled to a height of 2,500 meters during the eruption. And no one knows what will occur there the next day.

Iha Da Queimada Grande (Snake Island), Brazil

EBS - Iha Da Queimada Grande (Snake Island), Brazil

This island, located off the coast of Brazil, is widely regarded as the world’s most dangerous place. The explanation for this is simple: this region is home to Bothrops, one of the world’s most venomous snakes.

According to researchers, the island has about five snakes per square meter.

Several accounts exist of people succumbing to the deadly predators in a matter of minutes.

One of these tales tells of a lighthouse keeper who was killed by snakes after being bitten by them. After that fatality, Snake Island’s lighthouse has been automated, and the Brazilian government has banned tourists from accessing the island.

Clearly, this island is one of the most dangerous places in the world. 

Madidi National Park, Bolivia

Madidi National Park, Bolivia

This location appears to be quite picturesque at first glance, but it is actually very dangerous. What is the explanation for this?

Since it is home to some of the world’s most toxic and aggressive fauna: contact with some of the park’s plants can cause extreme itching, rash, and dizziness. Tropical parasites can infect any cut or wound, even a small one.

Elephant Kingdom in Chonburi, Thailand

Elephant Kingdom in Chonburi, Thailand

The owner of a crocodile farm in the Elephant Kingdom, Thailand, rents out a small semi-closed raft room for tourists to come to visit, see, and FEED crocodiles!

The raft is a thin wooden raft balanced on plastic barrels with a half-circle net enclosure. The shack also has a roof.

People enter the enclosure and are given fishing rods with which to feed the crocodiles.
They dangle the rods in front of the crocodiles with beef or pork attached to them.

The reptiles then leap from the water to grab the meat and eat it. Tourists often taunt the crocs by dangling meat in front of them and then pulling it up as the hungry creatures search for it.

…These are the Top Most Dangerous Tourist Destinations In The World…
Would you be willing to risk your life to go there?

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