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Earthquakes, coups, territorial disputes, and volcanic eruptions are just a few of what you need to worry about if you plan to see Mayan architecture and explore the beach of Monterrico, and wherever in Guatemala.
17. Valley of the Kings, Egypt.
The west side of the Nile, the Valley of the Kings, is an exciting travel spot. If you are not worried about possibly seeing deadly snakes and spiders, enormous, aggressive animals and crocodiles, as well as unfriendly native people, you may just take the challenge.
This Nordic island country is a place of fire and ice. It could be a thrilling combination if not coming forth from a volcano. The Eyjafjallajökull volcano is one that could just possibly ruin a planned trip to this hot spot.
If you plan to see the historic temples like the Bagan and Ananda temples in Myanmar or visit the Golden Palace Monary, you need to be careful of some serious civil unrest, unmarked landmines, and the chance of encountering proto-military groups that get into skirmishes.
20. Danakil Desert, Ethiopia.
Known as “The Cruelest Place on Earth,” the Danakil Desert is a place where barren, salty soil and unfathomable temperatures are present. This out of this world multi-colored landscape still attracts tourists despite the heat and the high crime rate.