India is one of the major tourist attractions for travel mongers across the globe. The nation of diversity has a lot to offer to its tourists. Right from the Taj Mahal to Qutab Minar, Charminar, Gateway of India, Kanyakumari, the vast deserts of Rajasthan, beaches of Goa, and many more, the country guarantees a super exciting time for its visitors.
However, there are some places deemed as the most dangerous owing to the legends associated to them, the proximity to threats, past spine chilling incidents, etc. Here is a list of top 5 most dangerous vacation destinations in India. Visit them at your own risk:
Although this district of Chattisgarh has always been revered for its wealth of exquisite and wide ranging forests, the tourist spot is presently deemed as one of the most dangerous destinations. Swarming with naxals, the woodland had emerged as the ideal spot for guerrilla activity. It is now a holiday and fun spot for Naxalites. Of late, the place had been the area for fire fights, killing spree, and much more.
- Thar Desert
The sandscape is definitely a super stunner. However, the beauty is not without danger. Travelling to the Thar without ample supply of water and hydration equipments can be fatal. Additionally, the presence of the dangerous reptiles such as the Saw Scaled Viper, Rat Snake, Black Cobra, Sand Boa, Wild cats and a myriad of other creatures are waiting to bite you off!
- Kailash Manasarovar
This is one of the most revered pilgrimage spots for Hindus. However, it is also one of the most dangerous of all. The trek involves climbing up to super exhausting and dizzying altitudes of around 18,000 feet simply to be able catch a glimpse of lofty Mount Kailash. It is true that some trekking practitioners and yogis climb the Mount every year without equipping themselves with requisite shoes, clothes, and safety equipments, first timers must deal with severe altitude sickness, blurred vision etc.
- Bhangarh Fort
Situated in Rajasthan, Bhangarh is celebrated widely for its external beauty. However, it has also been in limelight for its ‘haunted’ interiors. This is also the reason people only live on the outskirts of the fort. They fear the violent spirits. Additionally, visitors are not allowed into the fort at night. This is owing to quite a lot of abductions and deaths of those who wanted to seek some thrill inside. There are also cases of people going mad with the fear of being inside the fort. It is believed that this fort in Rajasthan is haunted by the spirit of a destructive sadhu.
Also widely known as the disappearing village, Kuldhara is known to be one of the most dangerous vacation spots in India. Once a bustling village in Rajasthan about three hundred years ago with happy and healthy people; Kuldhara is a ghost town now. It is an abandoned land. The legend has it that in 1825, good people of Kuldhara and its neighbouring villages had disappeared mysteriously, never to be seen again anywhere. It is a haunted location since then.