Fri. Nov 26th, 2021
 
Top 3 Most Dangerous Places In The World

Top 3 Most Dangerous Places In The World

When you look for an easy and exemplary holiday, you look for places that are beautiful, peaceful and would rejuvenate you. While there are numerous places around the world that are considered paradises for tourists, there are also a number of famous places where you wouldn’t find any prospect of spending an ideal holiday. Mostly because of the dangers lurking in the corners of such destinations. So if you are someone who is planning a world trip, these are the places you might want to avoid.

 

Top 3 Most Dangerous Places In The World

Top 3 Most Dangerous Places In The World
Top 3 Most Dangerous Places In The World

 

  1. Death Road, Bolivia: North Yungas road is known as Death Road for many reasons. This 69 km road is very narrow and extremely risky due to fog, landslides, gushes, and ridges that drop 2,000 feet (610 meters) at every turn. At least 18 cyclists have died on the road since 1998. And until 1994, almost 300 drivers were killed every year.

 

  1. Oymyacon, Russia: This place in our list is a small village located in the Oymyakonsky district in Russia and is deemed to be one of the most dangerous places in the world, mainly because of its extreme climatic condition. The hazardous temperature which plummets to as low as -40 degrees Celsius makes it impossible for life to sustain in this region. For this very reason, tourists or travellers can’t visit the place safely as very few can sustain themselves in this temperature. No vegetables can be grown. Hence the lack of food is another major issue. Only about 500 people have managed to settle down in this place and survive the bitter cold.

 

  1. Gates of Hell, Turkmenistan: Darvaza Gas Crater of Turkmenistan, also known as the “Gates of Hell”, is a natural gas field inside an underground cave. It has been set on fire by Geologists to prevent methane gas from spreading, and it has been burning since 1971. Located in the middle of the Karakum Desert, near the village of Derweze, Ashgabat, this gas reserve that has been discovered is one of the World’s most extensive sources of 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.

 

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