Vacation Destinations That Can Kill You
Sudan is situated in the Northeast Africa. It is simply brimming with a variety of exotic diseases, and, yet, there are only 3 hospitals for the 6 million people in the country. Some of the diseases found in Sudan are so rare that they are not found anywhere else in the world.
Other diseases are common but equally deadly. Diseases like Ebola and Malaria are common in Sudan, as well as the interesting Guinea Worm that grow inside your body and then digs its way back out when it becomes an adult. So think twice before going here for vacations.
#9 Dominican Republic
Small time and petty crimes are very common in Dominican Republic. But violent crimes against foreigners are becoming increasingly common. In fact, buses and taxis are known for allowing criminals to rob tourists while in their small, enclosed spaces. Furthermore, American tourist deaths are at an all time high on the tiny island. I would prefer to stay as far as I can from this place.
Georgia is actually a nightmare for anyone who wishes to have a vaccation. American citizens are forbidden from traveling the overland passing that spans between Russia and Georgia, but this isn't the only problem you might face in this country. The country remains divided after its civil war, which took place in the 80s and 90s, and the group in northwest Georgia still refuses to recognize the country's government.
No one even considers to visit this place because of the violence in the area, including beatings and destruction of property. And if that weren't bad enough, there are still many unaccounted for unexploded shells though out the Georgian lanscape.
Brazil is one of the most quickly developing countries in the world but surely not safe for the travelers. In fact national murder rate of Brazil is four times higher than the US? But it gets worse, tourist have been known to be frequent victims of kidnappings, and even identity thefts. Avoid Sao Paulo and Salvador.
One of the most dangerous places in the world. Despite the 1,100 police advisors and 15,000 U.N. peacekeepers, crime remains a major problem in Liberia. Murder, theft, and sexual assaults are all common - particularly at night. Many countries also advise their citizens against wandering the streets, going out at night, traveling in traffic, buying from street vendors, and generally anything you'd want to do while visiting a foreign country. Because you might die.
The biggest country in the world is highly unstable, making certain areas of the country best to avoid. In areas such as Degestan and North Ossetia, open guerilla warfare is still a regular occurrence. Travelers are often kidnapped for ransom and terrorists regularly attack government buildings, hotels, and even schools.
Burundi has been dealing with an ongoing civil war since 1993, with fighting between government forces and rebel fractions being a common occurrence. Groups of criminals regularly engage in car-jackings and muggings and mortar attacks are a regular part of life in the country, despite a cease-fire agreement among six o the rebel groups. Beheadings have become increasingly popular in the past few years and tourists will not be spared. So a personal suggestion, try to stay away from the place.
Undoubtedly one of the most dangerous places in the world. American travelers in Somalia have no backing or assistance available to them, as there are no diplomatic outposts or United States embassies in the country. Relief workers and journalists are attacked on a regular basis. In addition, vessels are held ransom by pirates while inter-clan fighting is a daily event.
Once considered as the house of the biggest terrorist in the world, Osama Bin Laden, Kidnapping and assassination are regular threats for visitors to Afghanistan. According to the State Department, the number of vehicular bombing continue to grow and several areas of the country are actually banned for many members of the U.S. Embassy.
Probably the most unsafe place in the world for the Americans, but in reality, the warzone of Iraq is not safe for any visitor, regardless of where they visit. Even the International Zone is a dangerous place to be. The Ba'ath regime is still enjoying a great deal of power in the area and international criminals and terrorists remain a daily threat. Every day, civilians are killed from suicide bombings and car bombings. In addition, given the fact that U.S. citizens are particularly despised in the region, it is an even more dangerous place for people from the United States to visit. So, just stay away.
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