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TOP-10 most dangerous places on the planet


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TOP-10 most dangerous places on the planet


The love of travel can be deadly. But among us live such people who are attracted by extreme, and they cannot deny themselves the pleasure of visiting the most dangerous places on the planet. In our TOP - a rating of the most unsafe places created by nature around the world. Be careful if you want to visit these places one day!

Danakil Desert in Ethiopia

"Hell on Earth" is the name given to the Danakil Desert in Ethiopia. Temperature + 50 ° C and gas that bursts out of the ground with poisonous vapors. There are volcanoes and sulfur lakes here, which give the surrounding landscape an incredible view. Attention: a small amount of oxygen and dangerous settlements of local tribes will add extreme!

Great Blue Hole in Belize

Divers all over the world talk in horror about the great blue hole in Belize. It is a huge funnel reaching 305 meters in diameter. The depth of the sea basin is 123 meters. It is riddled with caves, labyrinths, stalactites, where a large number of sea inhabitants, including sharks, live. Even the most venerable divers prefer not to exceed the diving depth of 20-30 meters.

Death road in Bolivia

Any mountain road is dangerous, but not as dangerous as in Bolivia. The road, 70 km long, over a 600 m deep abyss, is the only route connecting the towns of Coroico and La Paz. In some sections, the road is too narrow, which is why it is dangerous for vehicles to move along it. Every year dozens of buses, crowded with people, fly into the abyss.

Lake Natron in Tanzania

The "red" lake Natron in Tanzania is attractive for its beauty, but you cannot swim in this lake because of the high concentration of salts and minerals that turn the lake water during the heat into a viscous mass of pink and orange hues. Any contact with water leaves burns and swelling on the body. However, this is the habitat of pink flamingos, oddly enough.

Royal trail in Spain

In the last century, the Spaniards built the Caminito del Rey trail on the sheer cliffs of the El Chorro gorge. The old path was closed at the beginning of the second millennium, and after restoration, 14 years later, it was reopened.

Mount Washington in the USA

Who dares to climb this mountain in bad weather? Believe it or not, there are daredevils in the world who are still trying to conquer the top of Mount Washington, where tornadoes at a speed of 103 m / s, snow storms and frost at -40⁰C are constantly raging. In terms of the complexity of the loads received on the human body, this low mountain is comparable to the summit of Everest.

Death Valley in Russia

Deadly dangerous places are also found in Russian Kamchatka. The Kronotsky Nature Reserve has become a place where a break in the earth's crust once occurred, from which poisonous gases regularly come out. We would not advise you to visit this place.

Crystal Cave in Mexico

The mountain city of Nike has kept the secret of the existence of a unique cave of crystals for many centuries. This is a place with an air temperature of + 58⁰C and humidity with a mark of 100% - anyone who gets here without special equipment will die.

Lake Kawah Ijen in India

On the mysterious island of Java in Indonesia, there is an acid-volcanic lake Kawah. Instead of water, it contains hydrochloric acid released from a volcano located at the depth of the lake. It is dangerous to be here even in a gas mask.

Bermuda Triangle in the Atlantic Ocean

Perhaps the most dangerous place on our list should still be considered a place with paranormal signs. This is the well-known Bermuda Triangle, in which airplanes and ships disappear without a trace. The world knows about 100 cases of disappearance of ships and aircraft in this area, which forms a triangle between Florida, Puerto Rico and Bermuda.

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