- 1.Death Road – An extremely Dangerous Road
North Yungas Road is known as the “Death Road” for all the right reasons that you can guess.
Driving up or down this 43-mile (69-kilometer) switchback is extremely dangerous because of fog, landslides, waterfalls, and cliffs falling 2,000 feet (610 meters) in each turn.
The road extends far enough to connect the Amazon rainforest to the capital city, surrounded by mountainous terrain.
- 2.Snake Island – The Deadliest Place On Earth
There is an island about 25 miles off Brazil’s coast where no local would ever dare to walk.
The mysterious island is known as Ilha da Queimada Grande, and setting foot there is reportedly so dangerous that the Brazilian government has made it illegal for anyone to visit.
- 3.Lake Natron – The Most Inhospitable Areas On Earth
Let’s not allow the ring of salt marshes along the edge of Lake Natron to fool us.
This lake is better known as one of the most inhospitable areas on Earth. North Tanzania’s Lake Natron looks and acts a lot like a lake of fire.
The lake’s high levels of Natron (sodium carbonate decahydrate) make its waters corrosive to human skin and eyes, sometimes reaching a ph level of over 12.
- 4.Oymyakon – The Coldest place on Earth
Oymyakon is a small village located in the Oymyakon sky district in Russia.
This place is considered to be one of the most dangerous places because of its extreme climatic condition. The severe temperature makes it impossible for life to sustain in this region.
The temperature drops to as low as -40 degrees Celsius (-90 degrees Fahrenheit), making it impossible for tourists or travelers to visit the place safely as not many can survive this temperature.
- 5.Death Valley – Most Extreme Place On Earth
Death Valley is a desert valley on the California and Nevada border with extreme heat. It is known as one of the hottest places in the world.
There are only a few deserts in the Middle East and Africa, approaching peak temperatures during the summer which can give competition to the Death Valley.
The hottest place on Earth had its hottest month record in July 2018. The average temperature, including overnight lows, was 108.1°F.
For four days in a row, the daily highs hit a temperature of 127°F, it’s the highest recorded temperature.
- 6.Skeleton Coast – Harsh Climate
Skeleton Coast is spread across the south of Angola to the north of Namibia. It stretches from the Kunene River (south) to the Swakop River.
The skeleton coast ranks in the list of “the deadliest places on earth” because of its harsh climate, and it offers almost zero chance of survival.
The weather, hot winds, and lack of food, and water makes it difficult for travelers to explore this silent place.
Apart from harsh climatic conditions, the area is filled with bones of numerous animals (bones of whales, elephants, turtles, seals, etc.), giving a sour appearance to the place
- 7.Danakil Desert – A Volcanically Active Area
One of the most uninhabited environments in the World is the Danakil Desert in East Africa.
With temperatures that regularly exceed 50°C (122°F), volcanoes, and geysers that spew toxic gas, the Danakil Desert is not an easily accessible location for travel enthusiasts.
Your physical health can take a massive hit even if you stay there for a short period of time. This is amongst the weirdest places in the world.
The most adverse effects occur due to the presence of a high concentration of poisoning vapors of sulfur in the region.
- 8.Gates Of Hell – Door To Hell
The Turkmenistan Darvaza Gas Crater is known as the “Gates of Hell.” It is a natural gas field within an underground cave;
Geologists set it on fire to prevent methane gas from spreading, and it has been burning since 1971. It is located in the middle of the Karakum Desert, about 260 kilometers north of Turkmenistan’s capital, near the village of Derweze, Ashgabat.
The gas reserve that has been discovered here is one of the World’s most extensive natural gasses.
Locals gave the name “Door to hell” to the area, referring to the explosion, boiling mud, and orange flames in the large crater, 70 meters (230 ft) in diameter.
- 9.North Sentinel Island
North Sentinel island is situated in the Andaman Islands and is considered one of the most dangerous places in the world for tourists to visit.
The native people of this place have been living in their traditional way and have denied all possible ways to connect with the outer world.
The tribal people living on this island are not used to outside people and if tourists step foot on their island, they see them as a threat and indulge in acts of violence.
- 10.Madidi National Park – A Jungle Paradise
Madidi National Park is situated along the Amazon river in Bolivia and has an area of around 19,000 square kilometers.
The national park, which is a dense forest, is filled with all kinds of flora and fauna, and some of these plant species are dangerous and not edible.
The forest is filled with predators owing to which tourists are advised against visiting the park on their own.
The forest is one of the largest protected areas of the world because it houses highly dangerous animals, birds, and plants and bags a place in the list of most dangerous places to visit on earth.