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Let’s consider poisonous animals and plants, the threat of contracting incurable diseases, and become victims of gangs. What else can make tourists refuse to visit some forbidden places? An experience has shown that even a high probability of losing life isn’t able to stop some of the tourists on the way to the unexplored attractions. There are many beautiful and interesting places that are risky for a number of reasons. Sometimes, they are prohibited to visit. Those are not high security facilities, but places, in which an inexperienced person can become a victim of unfortunate circumstances and die. Whatever the arguments would be adduced by scientists and officials, there are still people willing to take a walk on the islands teeming with poisonous snakes, and abandoned buildings that are ready to collapse at any moment.

Aokigahara Jukai Forest, Japan

One of the most dangerous places to visit in Japan is Aokigahara Jukai. It is also known to locals and tourists under the unofficial name of Suicide Forest. This site is located on the island of Honshu. It is known to the whole world due to the fact that suicides are committed there each year. Walking through the forest, you can see a lot of gallow loops and scraps of rope hanging from trees. This means that hanged were once found in these places.

Aokigahara Jukai Forest, Japan Locals find Aokigahara Jukai notorious; they consider it to be a black spot. According to local residents, not all people who commit suicide in the forest were preparing for this and had suicidal tendencies before. Some guests of the site decide to take their lives spontaneously. Last years, visits to Aokigahara Jukai were officially banned.

However, guided tours are conducted in the forest. Only the most quiet and unremarkable places are open to admission. Some parts of the forest are still visited by locals, who arrange picnics here. There is another dangerous feature, because of which even the locals don’t take a risk to go to the site. Aokigahara Jukai is one of the most famous magnetic anomalous zones in the world. One has only to step on the territory of the forest, and the compass turns into a completely useless instrument, so tourists are allowed to walk only when accompanied by a guide and only along specially laid trails. Next - Surtsey Island

Surtsey Island, Iceland

Surtsey Island, Iceland In Iceland, there is also a place that is highly undesirable to visit. That’s the Surtsey island. It was formed quite recently, during the eruption of an underwater volcano in 1963. The site immediately caught the attention of scientists. For more than 50 years, it remains a place of scientific experiments and studies. The island is 2.7 square km. For scientists, it is a visual model of the appearance of the volcanic island and origin of the life on it. Complete article

Beelitz Heilstatten Hospital, Germany

Beelitz Heilstatten Hospital, Germany In Germany, travelers aren’t recommended to visit the abandoned Beelitz-Heilstatten Hospital, which is located in the vicinity of Berlin. This military site was founded during the First World War. It is known that in 1916 Adolf Hitler was treated in one of the chambers. The hospital is a complex of 60 historic buildings. Some of them are restored and others are in ruins after the Second World War. Complete article

Ilha da Queimada Grande, Brazil

Ilha da Queimada Grande, Brazil A visit to Ilha da Queimada Grande is a serious threat to life. This island located off the coast of Brazil is considered the most dangerous on the planet. That’s all because of a huge amount of snakes inhabiting it. The area of ​​this tiny island is only 0.43 square km. Its territory is home to one of the most dangerous snakes in the world, the bothrops insularis, whose bite causes the almost instantaneous necrosis. Complete article

Mount Washington, USA

Mount Washington, USA One of the most famous and recognizable natural attractions in the United States is Mount Washington located in the northeastern part of the country. The height of the mountain is only 1 917 meters. It may seem very easy for experienced climbers. In fact, even staying in the foothill areas poses a mortal threat, not to mention the attempts to conquer the mountain. The area, where Mount Washington is situated, is the windiest place on earth. The weather is very changeable, and the wind blows heavily all year round. Complete article

Gruinard Island, Scotland

Gruinard Island, Scotland The mortal danger is associated with visiting the Scottish Gruinard island that since 1942 was used to test biological weapons. According to reports, the anthrax was tested there. After a series of experiments, researchers found that the virus is able to remain active for many years. About 95% of people infected with anthrax die. The tests took place on the island until 1986. After completion of the experiment, scientists were engaged in the so-called cleansing of the territory. Complete article

Danakil Desert, Ethiopia

Danakil Desert, Ethiopia The Danakil Desert located in Ethiopia is incredibly popular among tourists, although it possesses threat. This desert is one of the hottest and most lifeless in the world. That’s a huge volcanic wasteland, in the territory of which the land has melted underfoot. The main feature of the dangerous desert is the almost complete absence of breathable oxygen in its territory. The air here is burnt and is filled with poisonous gases, so people can only be in certain areas of the desert for a very short time without risking their lives. Complete article

Port Moresby, New Guinea

Port Moresby, New Guinea The port city of Port Moresby is located in the eastern part of New Guinea. It is the capital of the state and at the same time one of the most dangerous cities in the world. If you look at the city from a bird's-eye view, it won’t seem scary and dangerous. There are extensive beaches and large streets with squares surrounded by greenery. Near-hand, the city looks completely different. A significant part of the territory is occupied by the slums neighbouring with huge dumps. Complete article

Andohahela National Park, Madagascar

Andohahela National Park, Madagascar The island of Madagascar houses Andohahela National Park that may be called one of the most beautiful places in the world. Rare endemic plants are growing there. The park territory is home to 12 species of lemurs, as well as more than 120 species of birds. For many years, the park has attracted researchers from different countries, as well as usual nature lovers, but the last years visiting it is considered to be extremely dangerous. Complete article

Mindanao Island, Philippines

Mindanao Island, Philippines Mindanao Island, which is part of the Philippine Islands, has become one of the most dangerous places on the planet by a will of fate. The incredibly beautiful island with white sand beaches and lush tropical vegetation has been at the epicenter of hostilities, so it is currently impossible to visit this amazingly beautiful place. Previously, the island was very popular not only among fans of scenic walks, but also among fans of diving. Complete article

Ahaggar Mountains, Algeria

Ahaggar Mountains, Algeria In Algeria, one of the main natural attractions is the Ahaggar massif. It is located near the town of Tamanrasset, that is the highest point in the state. Mount Tahat heads upward for 2 918 meters. Researchers found out that the mountains are of volcanic origin. For thousands of years, they have been acquiring a unique form given by the wind and water. Considering that the mountain is among the barren landscapes of the Sahara, it looks fantastic, especially at sunset. Complete article
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