Some of the most well-known tourist destinations do not always guarantee safety. We’ve listed for you some of the most dangerous tourist destinations around the world.Sat 23 November 2019
Global warming and men are a real threat to our environment and have started to create irreparable damages. Here is a list of 20 places you should really visit before they disappear.Tue 12 November 2019
Our planet is full of surreal and otherworldly places, from lunar valleys to yellow lakes, just a plane ride away.
Interested in underwater exploration? We have selected for you some of the most incredible dive sites and discoveries made by divers. Which one is your favourite?Mon 21 October 2019
J-Shaped Trees If you’re hiking in the forest, be sure to watch out for J-shaped trees. Their bent trunks might look unusually spectacular, but, the misshapen woods serve as a warning sign from nature of a potential landslide. Trees bent into such strange shapes tend to point to slow-moving ground […]Sun 20 October 2019
Hottest Place On Earth: Death Valley, California Be prepared and pack a full survival kit for Death Valley. This may sound dramatic, but California’s killer desert is an extreme environment, and those ill-equipped risk paying the ultimate price. There are countless dangers in Death Valley, with rattlesnakes, scorpions and black […]Wed 14 August 2019
Great Train Graveyard, Uyuni, Bolivia Cementerio de Trenes — aka the Great Train Graveyard — is a haunting place. Located on Bolivia’s desolate salt flats, countless locomotives litter the landscape here, rusted and decaying, and never to take to the tracks again. This is a place for train buffs — […]Mon 24 June 2019
Lake Karachay, Russia Karachay, translated from the local tongue, means Black Water. Lake Karachay is considered the most polluted place on Earth. This once beautiful lake is located in central Russia, close to one of the country’s largest nuclear facilities, the Mayak Production Association. Since 1951, the Soviets used the […]Tue 18 June 2019
Afraid of heights? These terrifying bridges will take your breath away.
The Door to Hell, Derweze, Ahal Province, Turkmenistan Measuring 69 metres from side to side and 30 metres deep, The Door to Hell captivates visitors with its fearsome flames and boiling mud in the Karakum Desert, an otherwise-remote area in northern Turkmenistan that makes for the unlikeliest of destinations for […]Sun 04 November 2018