See 5 Most Dangerous Cities on Earth

The world as beautiful as it is can also be a very scary place. Some cities are just inhabitable due to the lack of laws that govern while others are forbidden for entry because of the sacred dangerous tribes that run which is why today we’re going to look at five of the most dangerous places on earth.

5. Juarez valley Mexico

Also dubbed murder valley, this place is run by the Narcos and the town is so dangerous that police are too scared to enter it.

Juarez valley originally had a population of 60 000 but by 2015 that number dropped down to only 5 000 people.

Filled with kidnappings and murders, crime seems to be a norm in this town. The remaining residents constantly live in fear as no one is safe, not even the cartels because they even fight amongst each other over control of the area.

The city essentially looks like a ghost town as buildings are covered with graffiti while houses and stores are abandoned and in ruins with no doors or windows. In some random areas, you can even see lines of gravestones spanning along the roads.

An employee at a local gas station once said that over time you just get used to seeing dead bodies in the streets.

For every 100 000 residents, Juarez valley averages 160 murders.

4. North Sentinel Island 

The forbidden land is located in the Bay of Bengal and is one of the most dangerous places for any outsider. No tourists or locals from surrounding islands are allowed to enter here because it’s heavily guarded and kept sacred by the native people who inhabit it.

The tribe of people who live here live in their old traditional ways and have made it very clear that they want nothing to do with the outside world, usually when it comes to forbidden places like this certain experts are still able to make a breakthrough and create some form of contact but not these people.

Anyone who finds themselves on their land is immediately captured and killed. The last incident we know of was when an American tourist paid a visit to the island and was essentially taken out.

To add more reason as to why no one should visit this place, the island is protected under the aboriginal act of 1956, making it illegal for anyone who’s not a resident of that island to come in within five nautical miles of its shores and also for that reason there isn’t too much information on the people that live there.

It’s estimated that the population is around 500 and DNA analysis from related tribesmen suggests that their generation dates back seventy thousand years.

3. Ilha da Queimada Grande 

Brazil’s snake island, 30 kilometers off the coast of Sao Paulo brazil.

This island is probably one of the deadliest places on earth. It’s so dangerous that the country’s navy stepped in and forbid people from going there.

They say that there are 5 snakes per square meter so they’re pretty much all over the ground but if that’s not bad enough a good majority of them stay up in the trees to hunt birds. Anyways these snakes aren’t just little ones either, they’re quite a healthy size, and for people that say size doesn’t matter, yeah your kind of right except for the fact that Brazil is home to some of the most poisonous species of snakes in the world, one in particular called the golden lancehead viper. They’re gorgeous I get it but you don’t want to get bitten by one now. The last time anyone ever lived on that island was over 100 years ago in the 1920s and guess what happened to them, the snakes took care of them but if that still doesn’t want to make you stay away from brazil snake island then I got some more news for you because this place is also home to some of the deadliest spiders.

2. San Pedro Sula Honduras

Known as the murder capital of the world based on homicide rates, Honduras is ranked as one of the most dangerous countries.

Kidnappings, extortions, corruption, and murder rule the city of San Pedro Sula, and because of its location, they’re at the crossroads of drug shipments from South America to the u.s so based on this information alone, you can just imagine what kind of place we’re dealing with.

For them, it’s so bad that the city averages more than one murder a day. These are just murders we’re not even talking about casualties here because those daily numbers are through the roof.

The hospitals are so busy that the people who are dying have to wait for their operation and not only that but armed guards have to stay in the hospital so no further incidences happen within those walls. This pretty much means that you’re not safe anywhere there.

1. North Youngest road

The country Bolivia is home to the world’s deadliest road. Each year over two to three hundred people die on this route simply because of its harsh conditions.

This dirt road is only 3 meters wide, has extremely steep slopes, no guard rails and to make things worse the weather conditions are as bad as they can be due to landslides, heavy fog, and the rain it receives. But despite having such an obvious danger factor and the high death rate for being a mere road, that still doesn’t stop tourists from visiting this place and testing their luck.

Every year over 25 000 people visit the north youngest road and a lot of them are mountain bikers looking for that crazy thrill.

The ones who survived the journey always expressed how it was one of their best experiences.

Published by Ernest I.

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