Our world is surrounded and blessed with so many wonderful and amazing beautiful places but pointing out all the beautiful places around the world is pretty much difficult and may consume a lifetime to sort out all the places.
Besides this, some places really are counted in top most beautiful places on Earth but the weird part is that we don’t wish to travel to such places. You might be shocked, right? Here, we are sorting out top five beautiful places on Earth.[irp]
Although these places are most inspiring natural wonders due to some critical properties, no one would like to travel to such places
1-Snake Island: Snake Island is an island which is situated on the coastal side of Brazil, towards the Atlantic Ocean. This island is considered as one of the most inhospitable places on Earth. In Snake Island, we can find five snakes per square meter.
Snake Island is also known as Ilha da Queimada Grande. Snake Island managed to be a part of the municipality of Itanhaem which lies in the State of São Paulo. This island is small in size but consists of many different types of terrains which range from bare rock to rainforest.
2-Death Valley: The first one we are going to discuss is Death Valley. Death Valley consists of a desert and is located in the direction of Eastern California. Death Valley is counted among the hottest places in the world. The hottest air temperature recorded in Death Valley is about 134 °F and 56.7 °C and this is the hottest atmospheric temperature ever recorded on our planet, Earth.
The Timbisha who are known as Native American tribes are the Death Valley inhabitants. They are also known by another name which is Timbisha Shoshone Tribe. According to the 2010 Census, the population of the Village was recorded 24. Their native language is Timbisha.
3-Mount Washington: Mount Washington is located in the United States of America (U.S.A). Since, sixty-two years, no place could break the world record for the fastest wind speed which is made by Mount Washington. The fastest wind speed ever recorded on the surface of the Earth is 231 miles per hour (372 km/h).
4-Danakil Desert: The Danakil Desert located in the direction of northeast towards Ethiopia which actually is situated in the Afar Triangle. The Danakil Desert is also known and famous for its volcanoes and extreme heat weather. During daytime, temperatures are recorded at 50 °C (122 °F) which is pretty surpassing.
Rainfall recorded here is Less than an inch annually. The Danakil Desert is counted in one of the lowest and hottest places on our planet, Earth. The Danakil Desert is inhabited by a few Afar and most of their inhabitants are engaged in salt mining.
This Desert holds very unusual nature so anyone who would ever go there might believe that this place lies on some other planet.
5-Afar Triangle: The Afar Triangle is also known as Afar Depression. Afar Triangle is a geological depression which is situated in Ethiopia. The floor of the Afar Depression is composed of lava, mostly basalt.
One of Earth's five lava lakes, Erta Ale is found here, as well as Dabbahu Volcano. It has been proposed that the Afar Depression is underlain by a mantle plume, a great upwelling of the mantle that melts to yield basalt as it approaches the surface.