Five most dangerous places to see before you die

Five most dangerous places to see before you die

If you love adrenalin rush, and want to see death from close quarters, here is a list of some of the most dangerous tourist attractions, where you can experience madness. Love to challenge your nerves, these places offer you enough, where you can play with danger and feel the thrill of fighting with nerves and challenging the limits.


Mount Thor, Nunavut, Canada

Though not the world’s highest peak, but it is most dangerous mountain peak of the world, as it is the steepest peak, which has a vertical drop of 4,101 feet with an average angle of 105 degrees. If you love to challenge the nature, and are an avid mountain climber, then this mountain of pure granite is awaiting you.

Volcano Bungee, Chile

You love Bungee jumping, but want to try something more challenging than mere jumping from a platform, why not try bungee jumping on an active volcano? You can bungee jump off a helicopter onto a live volcano with bubbling lava, and smoke coming out at Pucón, Chile.

Iguazu Boat Ride, Argentina & Brazil

Iguazu waterfalls are taller than Niagara Falls, and are comprised of 275 waterfalls passing through Argentina and Brazil. You can take a boat and feel the fury of these falls. A note of caution though – few tourists have died and a number of them got injuries when their boat overturned during their visit to the falls.

Lut Desert, Iran

With temperatures reaching as high as 158 degree F, this is the hottest place on Earth. If you want to challenge yourself and try to survive in the unbearable heat and dry climate, you can visit this land. For those interested, there is a legend on how this place got its name Dasht-e-Lut, which means toasted wheat in Persian. A load of wheat left in the desert for a few days burst into flames, giving this place its name. 


The Cage of death, Australia

You can have a close encounter with massive salt-water crocodile in a clear acrylic box called cage of death. This Crocosaurus Cove is located in the city of Darwin in Australia.  The cage has no bars to prevent reptiles from gripping them, and scratches of their tooth are visible on the sides of the cage deterring many visitors from taking the plunge. Tourists in the cage are lowered into the home of the crocodile for 15 minutes to watch the crocodile up close raising the adrenalin.

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