10 Deadliest Places in the World

By Vasantha

"Death Road" is called North Yungas Road for good reason. Fog, landslides, and waterfalls make these 43-mile (69-kilometer) switchbacks extremely dangerous. Nearly 300 drivers died there every year before 1994.

1. Death Road Road – Extremely Dangerous Road

A 25-mile-long island off Brazil's coast has no locals. He strayed too close to the blood pool and died. Ilha da Queimada Grande, a mysterious island, has been declared illegal by the Brazilian government. 

2. Snake Island – The Deadliest Place On Earth

Salt marshes surround Lake Natron. This lake is inhospitable. Lake Natron in Tanzania looks like a fire lake. A high level of Natron (sodium carbonate decahydrate) can cause the water in the lake to reach a pH of 12.

3. Lake Natron – The Most Inhospitable Areas On Earth

Russian city of Oymyakon. Extreme climatic conditions prevail here. It's impossible to live here. It is unsafe for tourists and travelers as the temperature drops to -40°C (-90°F).

4. Oymyakon – Experiences An Extreme Climatic Condition

Dead Valley is hot. Global hotspot. Middle East and African summers are rare in Death Valley. Earth's hottest month was July 2018. Temperatures averaged 108.1°F, including overnight lows. Daily highs hit 127°F for four days in a row, the highest ever recorded.

5. Death Valley – Most Extreme Place On Earth

Angola to Namibia is the Skeleton Coast. A river (south) to a river (north). A harsh climate makes Skeleton Coast one of the deadliest places on earth. Travelers face hot winds, lack of food, and thirst here.

6. Skeleton Coast – Harsh Climate

East Africa's Danakil Desert is uninhabited. Extreme temperatures and toxic geysers make the Danakil Desert difficult to access. Your health can suffer even if you stay a short time. Unusual spot on Earth. 

7. Danakil Desert – A Volcanically Active Area

In 1971, geologists set it on fire to prevent methane gas from spreading, and it has burned ever since. In the Karakum Desert, Ashgabat is Turkmenistan's capital.

8. Gates Of Hell – Door To Hell

Tourists on North Sentinel Island should be careful. Locals have no contact with the outside world. Visitor violence occurs when they step on tribal land.

9. North Sentinel Island – Forbidden, Dangerous And Mysterious Place

There are 19,000 square kilometers in Madidi National Park. Many plants in its dense forest are toxic and non-edible. Forests are dangerous on your own. Animals, birds, and plants in the forest are highly dangerous.

10. Madidi National Park – A Jungle Paradise

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