If you’re a tourist, looking for some adventure and fun, here are a few of the most dangerous places to travel.

Top 10 Most Dangerous Places to Travel

Death Road

North Yungas Road or the infamous “Death Road” is forty-three miles or sixty-nine-kilometer curve. It is tremendously hazardous due to haze, avalanches, cascades, and precipices falling 610 meters on every turn.

Till 1994, the road was subject to the demise of nearly 300 drivers, putting it on the rundown of the most hazardous spots to visit on the planet.

The death road reaches out distant enough to associate the Amazon rainforest to the Capital City, encircled by the rugged landscape. This implies that traders were not strangers to pack into trucks and transports attempting to sell their wood and harvests in the neighborhoods.

But as it goes, the turns were not wide enough for every vehicle — further driving numerous trucks to crash with individuals and their subsistence.

So it is no surprise that it is known as an extremely dangerous road— with every reason to call it so.

Snake Island

If you ask us what the deadliest place on Earth is, we would, without doubt, take the name of this reptile-associated island.

The Snake island around 25 miles off to Brazil’s coast, where no resident would, at any point, set out for a walk. Walking there is perilous to the point that the Brazilian government has made it illicit for anybody to visit its perimeter. The island’s danger is the lancehead snakes which are the world’s deadliest snakes.

There are tales that the last person who wandered excessively closer to the island was discovered dead, in a pool of his blood, floating in his boat. The secretive island is known as Ilha da Queimada Grande.

The island might unquestionably be the deadliest place on Earth.

Lake Natron

The salt marshes along the shore of Lake Natron are just a hoax. This lake in  North Tanzania appears and acts like a pool of fire. The lake is rich in Natron, also known as sodium carbonate decahydrate. The chemical makes the lake’s water destructive to human eyes and skin, now with a pH level of over and above 12, one can only wonder.

The lake contains red-pigmented microorganisms, bringing out a pink-red tint. Most species can’t deal with the 120-degree lake water. However, cyanobacteria have grown fond of Natron and calls it home, turning it into shades of red and orange.

Shockingly, 2.5 million Lesser Flamingos consider Lake Natron their abode, taking into account that it is one of their solitary favorable places, further focusing on the security of the lake for the environment.

Lake Natron is one of the most inhospitable areas on earth and the most dangerous places to travel. We would abstain from going there too if the choice was up to us!


The small Russian village, in the district of Oymyakonsky, is prone to experience extreme climatic conditions. It is appraised to be one of the most dangerous places to travel. The temperature there keeps the area free of any existence.

The temperature can drop to freezing degrees of below minus ninety-degree Fahrenheit and minus forty degrees Celsius. As such that no tourist or wayward can even begin to imagine visiting or surviving the climate there.

Regardless of the climate, the scarcity of food additionally makes it impossible for life to exist. No vegetables or sustenance is grown there.

It is reported that only 500 people have survived in the village.

Death Valley

Death Valley is known as the most extreme and hottest place on Earth. The desert valley is situated between the border of California and Nevada.Very few desserts can compete with the Death Valley in terms of hotness. In July of 2018, it broke the records of the highest temperature on the planet. The mean temperature for four days went up to 127°F and in the lows up to 108.1°F.

Death Valley got its name from a haunting tale back in the winters of 1849-1850. A group of settlers found themselves strayed there. One settler died while others were just prepared to be in line but emerged as survivors.

Skeleton Coast

Skeleton Coast is known for its harsh climate, located in the south of Angola and north of Namibia, alongside the Kunene and Swakop River. The coast offers no chance of survival. The hot and harsh winds and scarcity of sustenance and water make the travelers fearful of beginning to imagine a prospect of entering the perimeter of the coast.

The place is scattered with bones of various animals, giving it an eerie feel. Despite the climate, threats of robbery and other crimes make it far from being a place for tourists.

Danakil Desert

The Danakil Desert is located in East Africa. Extreme temperatures and volcanic eruptions can affect your health adversely. The content of poisonous sulfur is also high in the area.

The desert is known to be the weirdest place in the world.

Gates of Hell

The Turkmenistan Darvaza Gas Crater or ‘Gates of Health’ is in the midst of Karakum. The underground cave has one of the most extensive natural gas reserves in the World.

The boiling mud, explosions and, and flames in the huge crater make it famous for being a “Door to Hell”.

North Sentinel Island

The natives of the Andaman Islands have cut off all contact with the outer world and treat anyone who enters the North Sentinel Island with violence.

The tribal community might also transmit diseases to you. It is one of the strangest places to visit.

Madidi National Park

Madidi National Park is found in Bolivia, among deadly plants and predators.

It is a death wish to enter the lands of this Jungle Paradise.