There are many beautiful places in the world where people love to visit. But what if we tell you there are places that are very dangerous and non tourist friendly? Read the full article!
Sahel, North Africa
The Sahel is a region bordering the Sahara Desert in Africa. Human exploitation of the area’s limited water has caused massive desertification and greatly increased the risk of drought and famine. During just 12 years, between 1972 and 1984, more than 100,000 people died in this area because of drought.
The Danakil Desert
The Danakil Desert is a desert in northeast Ethiopia, southern Eritrea, and north-western Djibouti. The area is known for its numerous active geysers, volcanoes that spit toxic gases, extreme heat with daytime temperatures surpassing 50 °C. This place is often considered as “Hell on Earth”.
Snake Island, Brazil
The Snake Island is located off the coast of Sao Paulo, Brazil. It is officially known as Ilha de Queimada Grande. The island is the only place on Earth where the feared Golden Lancehead Viper lives, Notorious for an extremely high occurrence of snakes, The snake’s venom is so powerful that it actually melts human flesh. No wonder the Brazilian government banned visitors here.
Over 970,000 people live in this deathtrap, surrounded by volcanoes on all sides. The slopes of the volcano and immediate area surrounding the volcano are densely populated. In case of a major eruption, more than a million people could be at risk.
Syria has been consistently ranked among the world’s deadliest countries over the past years, due to ongoing violent conflicts, The inhabitants of this war-torn country have experienced bombardment of residential areas, lengthy sieges, food and medical care deprivation,and reportedly even chemical weapons attacks.