North Sentinel Island, India
A remote island in the Andaman Islands, India, inhabited by a tribe that has had no contact with the outside world for centuries. Tourists are forbidden from visiting the island, and those who have tried have been met with violence.
Danakil Desert, Ethiopia
A volcanically active desert in Ethiopia, known for its extreme temperatures, poisonous gases, and boiling mud pools. Visitors must be accompanied by a guide and take extreme precautions.
Gates of Hell, Turkmenistan
A natural gas crater in Turkmenistan, also known as the Darvaza Crater. The crater has been burning since 1971 and is a popular tourist destination, but it is also dangerous due to the heat and poisonous gases.
A mountain road in Bolivia that is considered to be one of the most dangerous roads in the world. The road is narrow, winding, and has no guardrails, making it a white-knuckle ride for even the most experienced drivers.
Mount Huashan, China
A mountain in China is known for its dangerous paths, which are carved into the side of the mountain. The paths are narrow and steep, and there are no guardrails, making them a challenge for even the most experienced hikers.
Snake Island, Brazil
An island off the coast of Brazil that is home to millions of venomous snakes. The island is so dangerous that the Brazilian government has banned all visitors.
La Oroya, Peru
A city in Peru that is known for its high levels of pollution. The city is home to a large smelting plant that emits toxic gasses into the air, making it one of the most polluted cities in the world.
A ghost town in Ukraine that was abandoned after the Chornobyl nuclear disaster in 1986. The city is still highly radioactive, making it a dangerous place to visit.
Bikini Atoll, Marshall Island
An atoll in the Marshall Islands that was used by the United States as a nuclear testing site in the 1940s and 1950s. The atoll is still contaminated with radiation, making it a dangerous place to visit.
Fraser Island, Australia
An island in Australia that is home to a large number of dingoes, wild dogs that can be aggressive toward humans. Visitors to the island are advised to be cautious and to avoid feeding the dingoes.