The 12 Most Dangerous Tourist Destinations in the World

They are the most Dangerous places in the world for tourists lets know.

Most of the time when you hear the word tourist you don't picture anything dangerous. Some visitors aren't satisfied with strolling through the Louvre or drinking margaritas on the beach.

1. Baghdad, Iraq This country is considered dangerous because of its security and political instability.

2. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Although many visitors to Rio have returned home safely anybody visiting Rio de Janeiro should be aware of the city's high crime rate.

3. Mount Everest, Nepal Mount Everest remains one of the most dangerous tourist destinations for those who venture to the summit.

4. Acapulco, Mexico Few tourist destinations have achieved Acapulco’s level of popularity while having a homicide rate among the highest in the world.

5. Cliffs of Moher, Ireland However the lack of fences means intoxicated risk-taking and selfie-taking visitors have fallen to their demise off the Cliffs of Moher.

6. Yosemite National Park, California, USA Those who consider climbing anything in Yosemite should have a fresh pair of climbing shoes a clear mind and plenty of athletic ability. Otherwise a trip can turn tragic with one wrong step.

7. Cape Town, South Africa South Africa was once one of the safer entry points for tourists seeking an African experience. Residents have private security and nobody can guarantee your safety if you vacation to Cape Town.

8. Death Valley National Park, California, USA Snakes scorpions and several more predators reside in Death Valley. There aren't many places worse to be if you get bitten or run out of water than Death Valley.

9. Kingston, Jamaica In Kingston where crime is rampant tourists may be easy marks for opportunists living in squalid conditions.

10. Angel’s Landing, Utah, USA Angel’s Landing has claimed the lives of multiple travelers. However 1,000-foot drops are nothing to mess with and only experienced physically fit hikers should venture to Angel’s Landing.

11. Lake Karachay, Russia Reportedly even standing near the lake could cause fatal health effects. So at the very least let’s hope the Russian government has placed a few No Swimming signs around the radioactive wastewater.

12. Fraser Island, Australia These deserted beaches are home to deadly spiders and aggressive wild dingo dogs. If you managed to get lucky and bypass the spiders and dogs you’d encounter deadly jellyfish and sharks.

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