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You must have prepared a wish list of the most amazing places in the world that you want to visit. If you are planning to pay a trip to some thrilling locations then these places may change your thoughts!

1. Elephant Kingdom in Chonburi, Thailand

There is a Crocodile farm in Elephant Kingdom where tourist can visit, see and feed crocodiles. The reptiles jump out of the water to catch food. You may go there at your own risk!


2. Lake Natron, Tanzania

The lake has an alkali salt crust which is so hazardous that all the living being dies after coming into contact with it. Swimming in the lake is not allowed for the very obvious reasons. The strong odour of hydrogen sulphide won’t let you stare the beauty for long.


3. Afar Depression, Ethiopia

Erta Ale volcano, in Ethiopia, is one of the most unsafe volcanoes on earth. The region constantly gets earthquakes because the place has two lava lakes which cause the shaking.


4. lha da Queimada Grande (Snake Island), Brazil

The place is full of deadly venomous snakes. According to the researchers, about five snakes per square meter live on the island. The location is so dangerous that and the Brazilian government has restricted tourists from visiting there.


5. Sinabung Volcano, Indonesia

Eruptions occur here at Sinabung Volcano occurs very frequently. The nearby villages are often got covered in lava and ash. The latest explosion happened on February 27, 2016.


6. Valley of Death, Russia

The Death Valley in Kamchatka Peninsula of Russia is full of toxic gases which increase the life threat to living being. Plants and animals die quickly whereas people who visit there may suffer high fever & dizziness.


7. Madidi National Park, Bolivia

This park has the most poisonous plants which can cause you infection, severe cuts, itching, rash and dizziness.


8. Death Valley, USA

This desert holds the record for the highest temperature on earth which is 56.7 °C. You cannot live here for more than 14 hours without water.


9. Mount Washington, USA

This place holds the world record for the fastest winds on the globe - 327 km/h. The freezing temperature of this peak can go down to −40 degrees which makes it even more dangerous for a human body to handle.


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