Top 10 most dangerous tourist destinations in the world

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    The Snake Island in Brazil, the Valley of Death in America or Natron Lake in Tanzania are deadly dangerous places.

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    Crocodile Farm, Thailand
    In Thailand, the crocodile farm in Chonburi is a dangerous place allowing tourists to visit. Visitors stand on simply rafts, floating in the lake where dozens of crocodiles surrounded waiting for food.

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    The Valley of Death, USA
    This fascinating desert holds the world’s highest temperature record of 56.7 degrees Celsius. No matter how tough you are, the sunshine and the heat burn you down. Without water, you would only live for 14 hours here.

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    Danakil Desert, Eritrea

    At temperatures of up to 50 degrees Celsius, with many active volcanoes in the air, the tunnels emitting toxic gases are the environment of the Danakil desert in Eritrea, an East African country. Most people consider this to be “hell on earth” but Danakil still attracts many courageous adventurers around the world. However, the desire to explore this desert without experience and guide is taboo.

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    Washington Mount, USA
    Washington is home of the world’s fastest wind speed with 327 km/h. Temperatures as low as -40 degrees Celsius and heavy snowfall make Washington become top of danger. Although this mountain is only 1,917m high, it is one of the deadliest mounts. The number of people who reach this mount can be compared to the number of successful Everest climbers.

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    Sinabung Volcano, Indonesia
    This is a volcano located on the island of Sumatra, Indonesia. Excessive erosion has left thousands of people homeless and dependent on livelihoods. The villages and towns surrounding are completely covered by lava and dust several times. The latest eruption took place on February 27, 2016 with a 2,500 m high toxic smoke column.

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    Snake Island Iha da Queimada Grande, Brazil
    This island is considered as the most dangerous in the world, because it is full of bothrops. The researchers estimate that there are 5 living serpents per m2 here. Many stories about the human’s death by snakes on the island. One of them was about the lamp guard on the lighthouse, the snake attacked and died. Later the lighthouse was renovated to automatically signal, the Brazilian government also banned travelers to the island.

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    Madidi National Park, Bolivia
    Just looking at the picturesque landscape of this place, noone thinks that Madidi is a very dangerous destination. In fact, this is home of the world’s poisonous fauna and flora. Touching any tree species in the national park will cause itching, rashes and dizziness. A small cut or wound can also infect tropical parasites.

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    Kamchatka Death Valley, Russia
    The Kamchatka Peninsula, in eastern Russia, is also a desert region. It is not far from the Valley of Geyers. High concentrations of toxic gases are life-threatening dangers, herbaceous plants and animals die very quickly, while people who come here will feel sick, easy to have fever, shock and cold.

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    Bikini Island, Marshall Islands
    At first you will think that Bikini is an islandparadise. However, it is the place to test nuclear programs, so the source of water is radioactive. Local people have fled their houses to go to other places. The toxicity of radioactive substances increases the likelihood of cancer while living in Bikini.

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    Natron Lake, Tanzania
    The alkaline salt on the surface of the lake makes it impossible for all organisms to survive, or die right after exposure. So swimming is a strictly prohibited thing. At the same time high levels of hydrogen sulfide from the lake surface do not allow people to enjoy the natural beauty here at close range.

                                                                                                                      By: Anna Lee