The calm and peaceful waters of the strip in Bolton Abbey, England looked like something off of a postcard. But all things aren’t as they seem.
And this timid looking river is actually one of the most dangerous stretches of water in the world. The streets serene looking waters go up to 30 feet deep. That’s about as deep as two double decker buses stacked on top of each other.
The river looks calling, but beneath the surface lies a powerful undercurrent that could easily overpower even the strongest of swimmers. Locals claim that the river has a 100% mortality rate when it comes to the unlucky people who have fallen in will trying to jump between the moss covered banks in Bolivia. running alongside the Amazon River is the odd National Park.
This beautiful park spans more than 7000 square miles and is one of the most biologically diverse regions on the planet. In the south of the park set the glacier covered peaks of the Andes Mountains, and in the north, there are tropical rain forests. As far as the eye can see. My DD is one of the most dangerous parks in the world. It’s filled with poisonous and aggressive plants. contact with them can result in unpleasant health issues.
In the middle of the Pacific Ocean, you’ll find the small beautiful island of Bikini Atoll, filled with palm trees, white sand beaches and crystal blue waters. You wouldn’t think this place is actually a radioactive wasteland. Bikini Atoll was the site of numerous nuclear testing programs in the 1950s. locals were forced to abandon their homes due to the dangerously high levels of radiation. The island is still uninhabited to this day.
It’s clear blue waters and luxurious floating hotel resorts make the Maldives a dream vacation spot for many, but they’re slowly becoming a dangerous place to visit. due to rising sea levels, the Maldives are slowly sinking. It’s gotten so bad that they’re even considering relocating the entire population. medio rrA in Greece is famous for its natural beauty and vast complex rock formations. The town is filled with giant sandstone peaks, on top of which like grandiose monasteries built by monks hundreds of years ago.
The beautiful town is a popular but dangerous tourist destination. The stunning buildings sit right on the Cliff’s edge with no railings or safety hazards to protect you. Be careful and watch where you go if you visit this lofty town. About 25 miles off the coast of Brazil is a small piece of land filled with towering rain forests and stunning tree top mountains. This island is widely recognized as one of the most dangerous places on the planet. locals call this land snake Island.
The island is filled with over 4000 venomous snakes bothrops, which are one of the most venomous species of snakes to ever exist can be found on this island. Snake Island is so dangerous that Brazil has prohibited any visitors from setting foot there in automatic lighthouse sits near the coast of the island warning sailors to keep a safe distance.
Haiti is one of the largest countries in the Caribbean. It’s known for its white sand beaches, mountainous scenery and year round sunshine. The island is home to stunning five star hotels, and is a regular calling point for luxury cruise ships. Despite all that, this Caribbean island isn’t always a safe place to visit. Haiti is one of the most hurricane prone countries in the world. The geological structure of Haiti makes the lands naturally prone to flooding. This makes hurricanes even more dangerous. Some areas of the country are still recovering from the infamous hurricane of 2010.
From within the walls of the hanging temple in China, things seemed calm and serene. It’s a beautiful place to worship filled with colorful traditional decorations and stunning architectural gems like beautiful archways. On the outside though it’s a different story. The hanging temple is built into the edge of a cliff 250 feet into the air.
1000 year old beams of Oakwood chiseled into the mountains keep the structure in place. The temple is filled with amazing passageways adding even more adrenaline thrills to this dangerous tourist spot in the Russian Far East blys GIF pinnae It’s a stratovolcano meaning that it erupts more regularly than other volcanoes, but the lava is likely to cool and harden before spreading too far.
The summit of the company is filled with high concentrations of the toxic gas hydrogen sulfide. The gas poses a serious threat to all living things, which is why there are no plants or animals in this area. If someone was to inhale this gas, they would feel unwell very quickly with fevers and dizziness.
Youngest road is a popular Bolivian cycling route that attracts over 25,000 tourists a year. The stunning route allows cyclists to travel through the Andean mountains of the North raced alongside the Amazon River and finish their trip in Bolivia’s capital city. Despite its popularity, this road is known to be the most dangerous road in Bolivia.
The route has steep inclines of up to 2000 feet with barely any barriers along the way. The area is known for its extreme weather, ik Fox, heavy rain, and even landslides occur along this road, endangering cyclists.
In Zimbabwe, over 132 million gallons of the Zambezi River rush over the Victoria Falls every minute. at 400 feet tall. The stunning waterfall is one of the largest in the world and has become a popular tourist destination.
If you happen to end up there at sunset, you’re in for a beautiful sight. For those brave enough, you can go for a swim at the top of the falls in what locals call the devil’s pool. You can wait up to the edge of the cliff and peek down at the crashing waters below. People have been known to slip over the small rocky barrier at the Cliff’s edge in the heart of Siberia is the small Russian village of oymyakon.
The small village is frozen all year round and home to many winter activities. You can go ice fishing, sledding and skiing. It’s even home to several reindeer herds. However, the town is so cold that it’s dangerous. With the lowest recorded temperature of negative 96.2 degrees Fahrenheit. This is the coldest inhabited place in the world.
Only 500 inhabitants survive here. And it’s not easy at all. Pipes freeze so plumbing rarely works. The ground is frozen, so no crops grow, and even your eyelashes will freeze if you stay outside for too long. Sumatra is a large Indonesian island filled with unmatched natural beauty.
You can walk alongside orangutans in the forest swim in the clear waters or take in the stunning architecture in Madonna. However, an active volcano in the region called Mount cinnabar makes this island a risky place to visit. Mount cinnabar is prone to severely damaging eruptions, most recently in 2013 2014 2015 and 2016.
Several nearby towns and villages have been devastatingly covered in lava and the ash of the volcano is always closely monitored, but its eruptions can be impulsive and unpredictable. In the center of Brazil, you’ll find Manasa a large city known for its colorful architecture and lively culture. The city is home to some of the best museums in Brazil, along with grand theatres and stunning beaches. Manas is in the heart of the Amazon rainforest and situated on the bank of the mighty Amazon River.
The city is surrounded by life threatening animals that lurk within the depths of the Amazon, caranas, anacondas and Vipers just to name a few. In Tanzania, you’ll come across the bright red waters of Lake natron. The lake is filled with mineral rich water from a nearby hot spring and can reach high temperatures of up to 140 degrees Fahrenheit. red colored bacteria lurk in the shallow waters to give the lake its unique color.
The lake is home to around 2 million flamingos but it’s still one of the most inhospitable places on the planet. The lake has an abnormally high level of alkalinity, meaning that going for a swim in these waters would be extremely dangerous and painful. The ancient ruins of Machu Picchu are Peru’s most visited site.
Tourists make their way through the deep Amazonian jungle and hike up a mountain to visit the famous site. The trick to this site can be pretty dangerous though. If you don’t have a guide leading you, you could potentially get lost in the vast Amazon rainforest.
The rain forest is home to some of the most dangerous animals in the world, like vipers, anacondas, and poison dart frogs appy traveling.