10 Disgusting Places You Really Do Not Want to Visit

When you think of the world’s disgustingplace, what first comes to your mind? While it’s very easy to complain about rural La Guardia, Wal-marts, Applebee’s, and any office of government with automobile in its title, not any of those places increase the game from displeasure to instant danger.

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All of them can be horrifying, yes, but a threatened reality they don’t pose. On this list the places are the bad places. Few have run out of expectation. Others have fought battle for so long it’s the new normal. Maximum are exceptionally heartbreaking and dangerous.

And while not any of them by travel bloggers are inspiring for reviews or write-ups or motivating travel with theNetJet set, few of these places may in the future be on the traveling map.

After all, it wasn’t long ago that recent hot-spots like Croatia and Cambodia would have made such a list. Below is give a list of the Top ten disgusting place in the world.

10. Harare, Zimbabwe

In recent times voted by the Economist as the world’s disgusting city to live in, in failed fiscal policy Harare is a unique study.

During Zimbabwe’s severe bouts with corruption and hyperinflation the once acceptable city fell into disrepair. In the early 21st century the troubles began when inflation rate of Zimbabwe’s increased to 112.1 percent.This sounds quite terrible.

As it turns out, those were the bright days. The per annum inflation rate in 2008 peaked at 231,150,000%. In United States terms, this means that if you deposited 10,000 dollars, it would be in one year time worth about four thousandths of a U.S. cent.

This type of economic-arrangement endorsed Harare to fail. In Zimbabwe there aren’t sufficient printers to print ample of its Z100 Billion notes, and when cost of a loaf of bread is trillions, disaster is soon to follow. Unemployment rate grew to almost 80% and a lot of services faltered.

9. Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea

Floating Village, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea

The ultra-diverse Port Moresby of PNG (Papua New Guinea) is the only entry from Oceania. Papua New Guinea is home to over eighty-two hundred languages – more than any other country in the globe. As such, PNG capital Port Moresby boasts a varied crew of island cultures and opportunists.

Recently it was voted as the 137th out of 140 places in the index of livable cities, by the Economist making it a hard place to get by.

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HIV, Rapes, and Murders are just some of the everyday tragedies that befall this territory at the edge of the map. Here, even riding in vehicle is a hazardous activity. Gangs known as Raskols are recognized to rob at gunpoint vehicles transporting foreigners.

8. Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

Almost thirty seven years ago, in one of boxing’s most historic matches Ali and Foreman traded blows. In Kinshasa the match took place.

The country was known as Zaire, at the time, and for the mineral-rich nation the future looked hopeful. But as in 20th century African history, at the top corruption disrupted the future.

By 1998, in the Second Congo War the Congo region was engaged– since World War II the most deadly military conflict. In the end, over five million perished, and the mineral-rich country has a per capita or nominal GDP of around 186$ to this day.

Over the last decade, Chinese foreign direct investment has endorsed Kinshasa to grow into a much more reasonable place;however it isn’t yet ready for close-up of its tourist. Political instability and Violence still ruin the second most populous city in Africa.

7. Rocinha favela, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

In Rio de Janeiro, Rocinha is the largest favela. Though its infrastructure surpasses that of lesser favelas and its Rio view is really eye-catching and breathtaking. It’s a playground for current day little Li’lZes.

In the world with one of the most high murder rates, on violence Brazil has been cracking down in expectation of hosting both the World Cup and Olympics.

In reality, local authorities in an effort to clean it up and push out the drug cartels have efficiently declared war on this slum, and some months ago, Rocinha was occupied by the police forces and military. Their purpose is to restore in the sprawling favela government control.

While no doubt progress has been made, when going to Rio (which is normally safe), it’s good to avoid favelas exceptgo along with by a local guide.

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 6. Sana’a, Yemen

It’s a time machine to the modern edge of the Islamic dark ages. On one hand this brings old world Arabian cultures and architecture of antiquity, on the other hand, it brings out Islamic extremism. It’s a training ground for Al Qaeda and a place of child brides.

With weapons men walk around, freely per their rights, and these weapons range from the ubiquitous Jambiya to Kalashnikovs battleworn. Sana’a is dangerous, old, and has its share of political turbulence. By avoiding Yemen, as westerner, you can keep your traveling plans harmless and safer.

The most heart-rending thing about Yemen is that it has such attractiveand striking sights. It has incrediblebeaches of Red Sea, old forts in the middle of craggy mountains, andSocotra Island.Reaching Sana’a, Yemen is easily possible from London, Sharjah, Dubai, and Doha.

 5. West Point, Monrovia, Liberia

West Point, Monrovia, Liberia

Electricity, clean water, basic services – in the West all things we take for granted. It is a city which is home to Monrovians almost 75,000; it’s one of Africa’s most crowded and notorious slums.

Drug use is rampant, cholera is at an epidemic level, toilets are scarceand teenage prostitution is a commonality. In fact, to use neighborhood toilets since it charges money, in West Point many Monrovians just crap on the beach or in the streets.

A few years ago Vice did a great series on Liberia. In the series, they meet with General Butt Naked an ex-war leader – he was the commander of a child soldiers group known as the Butt Naked Brigade.

By charging into battle wearing only sneakers and his AK-47, he earned this name. Apart from sacrificing partaking and humans in cannibalism, with the devil he also regularly communicated. He is a ministertoday. From Atlanta to Monrovia, Liberia,Delta flies.

4. Ciudad Juarez, Mexico

Ciudad Juarez, Mexico

Just as where hot and cold air meet turbulence occurs, likewise a point of turbulence of human occurs in this disgusting city where Mexico meets the U.S. Government incompetence, poverty mix and drug violence, to form what has been known as the murder capital of the globe.

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Juarez continues to be a dangerous place, as drug wars continue to fury. The drug lobbies continue to fight for one of the greatestvalued things in the globe – access to the narcotics market of USA. From a number of cities Flying to Juarez is quite easy, but donot do it. Instead go to Cancun and fist pump.

 3. Cite Soleil, Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Cite Soleil, Port-au-Prince, Haiti

In the northern hemisphere Cite Soleil is one of the largest slums. It’s a place where you get what you see, and abject third world poverty is what you see.

The slum is annulled of healthcare facilities, schools, electricity, or sewers. It’s a place where by the earth relief workers are swallowed whole. UN peacekeepers in 2007, tried to access the neighborhood and with gunfire were welcomed.

All above this, during the earthquake of 2010 a lot of dangerous members of gang escaped prison and have re-turned to this disintegrating slum. From Miami you can easily reach PAP, Haition Insel Air.

2. Kandahar, Afghanistan

Kandahar, Afghanistan

Completely surrounded by attractive mountains, it’s a great misfortune that Kandahar is so terribly dangerous.

A strategic foothold and one-time trading center, Kandahar is a victim of its flawless location between the worlds of West and East.

In the 4th century BC it has been a point of interest since Alexander the Great stumbled upon it. For periods, traders passed through this place when traveling between Europe and Asia. Suicide bombings, kidnappings,  and other many criminal activities have make it an absolute dangerous and awful place.

1. Mogadishu, Somalia

Mogadishu, Somalia

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Mogadishu is considered as the most dangerous and lawless city on Globe and is presently experiencing a major refugee and food crisis. It’s not safe for tourism or leisure.

If you’re planning a visit for international help work, etc., you’ll need great planning and expert advice. For decades Civil War has raged, and only a few blocks of the city the government controls.

It’s a base for modern buccaneers, for the true story the backdrop surrounding Black Hawk Down, and it is said that to negotiate through car traffic machine guns are frequently used by drivers. It’s a land without rule and regulation or law, at the edge of Africa an insensitive place.

On Jubba Airways from Dubai and Jeddah Flights to Mog can be booked. Though seriously, if you planned to go, do hire a small army of Ethiopian soldiers and remember to wear a bulletproof vest. Good luck.

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Kingsley Felix
Based in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. I am the founder of Krafty Sprouts Media, LLC (US), i make sure thing run smoothly and well organized in our organization. Follow me on my social media platforms.
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