Top 10 Most DANGEROUS Places in The World you should Avoid

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.

This means that merchants were not unusual to cram into trucks and buses trying to sell their wood and crops in the area.

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.

There are rumors that the last fisherman who strayed too close to his shores was found drifting in his boat days later, lifeless in a blood pool.

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.

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.

Oymyakon – The Coldest place on Earth

Oymyakon is a small village located in the Oymyakonsky 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.

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