Most Dangerous Places for Adventure Hunter

We love to visit many beautiful places around the globe. But adventure hunter have different choice. Here are some of the most dangerous tourist destination.

1. Danakil Desert – Ethiopia

Danakil Desert is one of the most lowest and the hottest place on earth. During daytime the temperature surpasses 50 °C. It contains numerous activity such as active volcano, toxic gases. Its very difficult to Imaging that someone can visit a Hell like place on Earth.

2. Lake Nyos – Cameroon

A silent killer beneath this lake is a magma which leaks Carbon Dioxide CO2. It has suffocated 1,746 people in nearby towns and villages.

3. Kjerag Bolten – Norway

A stone standing at 1000 meter height, that too in the middle of two big mountain. It is one of the most the most popular tourist destination and is accessible without any equipment.

4. Devil’s Pool – Zimbabwe

Devil’s pool at Victoria fall. Thousands of years of erosion, many rock pool have formed right on the very edge of Victoria fall. Those fearless enough leap into the pool and get pushed to the edge by the force of the river, with the rock lip bringing them to a halt as the raging waters of the Zambezi crash over the cliffs a few feet away

5. Snake Island – Brazil

The island is untouched by human developers for a very good reason. Between one and five snakes per square meter. This island might not be so terrible if the snakes were, say, two inches long and nonvenomous. The snakes on Queimada Grande, however, are a unique species of pit viper, the golden lancehead. The lancehead genus of snakes is responsible for 90 percent of Brazilian snakebite-related fatalities. The golden lanceheads that occupy Snake Island grow to well over half a meter long, and they possess a powerful fast-acting venom that melts the flesh around their bites.

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